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Edward Ned Dolejsi

Executive Director

California Catholic Conference

HQ Phone:  (916) 313-4000

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California Catholic Conference

1119 K Street 2Nd Floor

Sacramento, California, 95814

United States

Company Description

The California Catholic Conference of Bishops has always supported the fundamental principle that parents are the primary educators of their children. Consequently, we have consistently supported a variety of efforts to give parents that opportunity in educati...more

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Employment History

Executive Director

CCC


Affiliations

The Catholic Professional & Business Clubs Inc

Board Member


CATHOLIC CHARITIES

Board Member


St. Joseph Health System

Board of Trustees Member


The Board of Directors LLC

Active Member


Peace Corps

Agricultural Volunteer


Corporate

Executive Board Member


Arch/diocesan

Board Member


Internet Services Inc

Board Member


Sisters of Providence Health System Board

Board Member


Education

Fresno State University


Seattle University


University of Washington


B.A. degree

English

Iona College


Honorary Doctorate

Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology


Web References(153 Total References)


Links | CP&BC

Ned Dolejsi
California Catholic Conference


CCC Reports on Assisted Suicide Bill Passage : Diocese of San Diego Office for Social Ministry

"Today's action by the Senate Health Committee to advance SB 128 is sad and disappointing," said Edward "Ned" Dolejsi, executive director of the California Catholic Conference.
"We understand and share the concern for the dying expressed at today's hearing," he said.


Protect Migrant Minors : Diocese of San Diego Office for Social Ministry

October 5, 2017Human DignityImmigrationThe following statement was released by Edward "Ned" Dolejsi, Executive Director of the California Catholic Conference, regarding the signing by Gov.


California priest who embezzled donations gets prison time, $1.9 million fine - Catholic World Report

Ned Dolejsi, executive director of the California Catholic Conference, told CNA that the bill could unjustly target religious facilities and place excessive burden on an already-heavily regulated industry.
"It would potentially compromise some of the institutions that are religiously sponsored and would not want to be supportive" of gender identity room or bathroom assignments, he said. He added that it seemed to be solving a problem that wasn't there, since there haven't been widespread reports of discrimination based on gender in the state's nursing home and long-term care facilities. "In many ways it seems to be a solution looking for a major problem," he said. Dolejsi said he anticipated that the bill would pass in the legislature sometime in the next week, and would head to the desk of the governor. While this bill could pave the way for legislation that would apply more broadly, such legislation is already in the works, Dolejsi noted, including a bill that would mandate gender identity training for all state employees. "That's the nature of how we're experiencing this in California," he said. "It's like every aspect of public life needs to salute and address concerns of the LGBT folks." Dolejsi encouraged concerned Catholics to keep up with the legislation that was being approved, and to contact their elected officials by email or phone to express their concerns. He also encouraged participation in town hall meetings, and persistency in raising their concerns. "We need practical laws," he added.


Conference Staff | California Catholic Conference

Ned Dolejsi, Executive Director, ndolejsi@cacatholic.org


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