As Fr. Bill mentioned at the end of Sunday Mass, the Church does not direct Catholics to vote for particular candidates. Instead, we are invited to weigh all of the issues:
It falls to faith-filled Catholics in their own conscience to bring Catholic social teaching in its entirety to bear on their voting choices, to ask deeply and without partisanship or self-interest what opportunities to advance the common good are available in 2020, and which candidate will best advance the common good through her actions.
Below is a link to the Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship teaching document on political responsibility issued by the US Conference of Catholic Bishops,
https://www.usccb.org/offices/justice-peace-human-development/forming-consciences-faithful-citizenship. Continue reading “Early Voting in NY Has Begun”