Faith and Politics

Post Election Exhale

The dust has settled; the 2006 election is over. Analysts will debate what happened and why for years; but one thing is for certain, Catholics are a significant voting bloc. But how do Catholic voters properly educated on important issues by the teaching of the Church choose their can
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Election 2006 Special Edition of Viewpoint

The candidates for U.S. senator, governor and lieutenant governor received a written questionnaire from the Pennsylvania Catholic Conference (PCC) asking for their positions on issues important to Catholics. The candidates’ responses are are listed in this special voter guide ed
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Faithful Citizenship

America’s Catholic Bishops remind us that, “in the Catholic tradition, responsible citizenship is a virtue; participation in the political process is a moral obligation. All believers are called to faithful citizenship, to become informed, active, and responsible participants in the p
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