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Bishops want Catholics to knowledgeably assess issues and candidates from the...

There is much to appreciate about working in the Catholic press, but every four years can become an occasion to think about a career...

Will 2020 be the year that gets young people to polls...

WASHINGTON -- Steven Millies, a scholar who explores the Catholic Church's relationship to politics, feels more optimistic today than he has in a long...

‘Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship’ offers guidance, not directives

When facing a tough decision, it can be tempting to look for the comfort of having someone else tell us what to do. Turning to...

The church and the political process: ‘Involved but not partisan’

Catholic News Service More than a few Catholic voters in the United States would be delighted if their pope, their bishop, their pastor or someone...

Washington Letter — Catholic vote not as monolithic as it was,...

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON — Is there a Catholic vote? Well, yes. Kind of. Voting patterns show Catholics vote much like the rest of America, with minor...

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