The Conference's website says (click on this post's title) that after Mass and a rally on the steps of the state capitol building, "hundreds of Catholics will meet their legislators to lobby [sic] bills and discuss state budget priorities."
The CCC says it will lobby about four priorities. You guessed it -- not one of them is about cutting abortion funding and otherwise fighting abortions.
What message does it give the politicians -- the pro-lifers as well as the pro-aborts -- when Catholics do not make fighting abortions a priority?
Oh, well, I forgot -- abortions have been "legal" in California for only 40 years. It must be too early for our California bishops to get up to speed on doing something about the millions of babies aborted in the Golden State.
Maybe in another 40 years our bishops will do something. Or maybe not.