Posts Tagged ‘Catholic Vote’

Trump and the emerging Catholic problem Comments 0

Thursday, May 30th, 2019

Catholics are moving away from President Trump. In the latest Quinnipiac poll (which thankfully includes a set of questions about religion), 55% of Catholics say they will definitely not vote for Trump in 2020, as opposed to 32% who say they definitely will vote for him and 12% who say they’d consider it. Even if Read more

Election 2017 – Bishops say make sure you vote Comments 0

Thursday, July 6th, 2017

Even when the choices to be made seem difficult or the questions to be asked too tough, are we tackling some of the big challenges facing us as a nation and as part of a global community? With the 2017 General Election in just over two months, this is the message of the New Zealand Read more

Mortal sin and the vote Comments 5

Tuesday, August 26th, 2014

Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith, Doctrinal Note on some questions regarding The Participation of Catholics in Political Life The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, having received the opinion of the Pontifical Council for the Laity, has decided that it would be appropriate to publish the present Doctrinal Note on some questions regarding Read more

The fundamental error in defining a “Catholic Vote” Comments 0

Tuesday, November 6th, 2012

It began over a month ago with a two- to three-line invitation in the bulletin to attend a “non-partisan” meeting on the presidential election and its significance for the Catholic vote. Then, in last week’s Sunday bulletin, a full one-page flyer inserted in the bulletin entitled “The Catholic Vote” urged all Catholics to consider the Read more