Catholic Answers has put together an excellent Voter's Guide for serious Catholics. It's a short document, with clear and accurate points on what's negotiable, what's not, and how to reach reasoned and reasonable conclusions about a candidate's stands. Well worth a look.
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Posted by: Fr. William -
Aug. 07, 2004 3:45 PM ET USA
Yes, it's a very good resource for evangelizing Catholics; & once again, thanks to Karl Keating & all at Catholic Answers who are giving great witness to the fullness of the Faith in the Roman Catholic Church. Karl & his team are a real blessing for us lowly pastors fighting the spiritual combat on the frontlines & in the trenches. Parishioners should encourage their pastors to order them; or get copies & ask their pastor to place them in the church entry. I ordered 1,000 copies for my parish.
Posted by: Cantor Rich -
Aug. 06, 2004 11:33 PM ET USA
Karl and his people have done it again-very logical and concise. Absolutely indespensible.
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Aug. 06, 2004 2:57 PM ET USA
This is precisely the kind of political advocacy that our bishops should be promoting. Why isn't the USCCB out there with its own "official" Catholic voter's guide? BTW: On "THE FIVE NON-NEGOTIABLE ISSUES," John Kerry scores a big, fat zero.