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Women religious working across the U.S. to ensure citizens can exercise...

Having her volunteers register voters three days a week for the past two months in Youngstown, Ohio -- not to mention the training and...

The candidates are imperfect, so for whom should I vote?

Elections invite us to cast our vote as citizens and choose the best possible public leaders to meet the exigencies of our present time...

Civility and faith can both be part of the 2020 campaign...

WASHINGTON -- Catholics' hunger for a moral vocabulary in the final two months of the presidential race is unlikely to be successfully addressed by...

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...

In preparing to vote, aim to recognize what is at stake

What is at stake when we vote? The question echoes ceaselessly at election time. Many prepare to vote by asking what is at stake for...

‘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...

Georgetown University panel: Let Gospel, not a political party, guide your...

WASHINGTON -- Ahead of what promises to be one of the most contentious election seasons in modern U.S. history, a panel of religious leaders...

Pope’s voting advice: Study issues, pray, vote your conscience

  Catholic News Service ABOARD THE PAPAL FLIGHT FROM AZERBAIJAN — Catholics facing difficult political choices must study the issues, pray about the election and then...

Voters Guide: Maryland Catholic Conference candidate surveys

  About the Survey Every election year, the Maryland Catholic Conference surveys the state’s candidates for U.S. Senate and House of Representatives about their positions on...

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