65 E. Wacker Place, Suite 1620
Chicago, IL 60601
From its website:
The Catholic Conference of Illinois (CCI) was created in 1969 to serve as the public policy voice of the Illinois bishops and lay Catholics. It interacts with the state legislature, the governor’s office and all elements of state government to promote and defend the interests of the Church.
What is the mission of the Catholic Conference of Illinois?
CCI strives to uphold Catholic Social Teaching by advocating for favorable state legislation and regulatory policies. The Conference is composed of departments, or areas of interest, that focus on issues key to the Church’s interests: Catholics for Life, Defense of Marriage, Education, Social Services, Health Care and other topics served by ad-hoc committees.