Conscience and the Catholic Voter by Bishop Thomas

“In the Catholic tradition, responsible citizenship is a virtue, and participation in political life is a moral obligation.”  — Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship, 13

Click Here to read Bishop Thomas’ introductory letter “Conscience and the Catholic Voter.”

This 8-part series, prepared by the Director of the Office for Life and Justice of Catholic Charities, Peter Range, offers insight into Catholic Social Teaching regarding issues of consequence in this year’s election.

Catholic Social Teaching


Marriage and the Family

Religious Freedom




The Environment


There will also be an 8-part mini-series navigating these challenging topics we face in 2020, what the Catholic Church has to say about them, and comparing the Church’s teachings up to the Democrat and Republican party platforms.  You can view the introduction and sign up to receive email updates as the videos are released here.