“Voting is our civic duty and moral obligation as Catholics.
Every Catholic vote counts.” — Catholic Vote
Vote your conscience, yes, but AFTER you’ve formed your conscience well and according to the teachings of the Church. Or why bother being Catholic at all? I’ll add to this page as I find more good resources.
- Form Your Conscience Before You Vote: See Forming a Catholic Conscience on this site.
- A post I wrote about voting and Catholic conscience: Catholic Every Moment and While I’m Voting Too!
The rest of these resources are off-site.
- Register to vote.
- Download voter guide.
- The Non-Negotiables, Tim Staples: Video On Demand. CD. MP3.
- Vote as Though Life, Religious Freedom, Marriage and the Family Depend Upon It, by Bishop Joseph Strickland.
- Participations of Catholics in Political Life, by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, 2002.
Note: This page is an edited version of one I had posted for an earlier election cycle. I’ll edit it again as our next election cycle grows closer.
As always, if you find any broken links, etc., anywhere on the site, please let me know. Thanks. And thanks for reading. God bless!
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