Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Resources on Catholic Voting

The following guides are abundantly helpful and will form your conscience regarding the principles we need to know in order to vote in accordance with our Catholic faith.Pax Christi,


Anonymous said...

The document is quite broad in the sense that it leaves one open to form their conscious in a way that it would be suitable to vote for either candidate - Obama or McCain. Faithful Citizenship has created a lot of debate within not just the USCCB but laity. Anyway, good blog. I'll add it to my blogroll.

phatcatholic said...

Ya know, I wasn't completely happy with it either. The guide from Catholic Answers is WAY better. The problem is, liberals have the Church so paranoid about losing it's tax-exempt status that if a bulletin insert isn't from the USCCB they're all afraid to go near it. It's a shame b/c the CA insert is much more helpful, especially in explaining what to do when BOTH candidates hold unacceptable views on one or more non-negotiable issues. The "Faithful Citizenship" document seems to just muddy up the issue. Kinda gets on my nerves.

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