How Should Catholics Vote?
Voting in political elections is part of faithful citizenship. It is a way to exercise one’s rights and duties in our democracy. No one said it would be easy.
An upcoming University of St. Thomas event seeks to create an environment that helps attendees discover how to vote with intention and peace. The virtual event, “How Should Catholics Vote?” will take place on Wed., Sept. 16, 4 - 5:30 p.m.
Associate Director of the Center for Faith and Culture, Dr. Stuart Squires, will offer voter guidelines based on the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops document, “Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship.”
Squires said, “We start by acknowledging that no candidate or party is perfect when viewed through the Catholic lens. This event will include thoughtful discussion about the forming of one’s conscience, the informing of one’s vote and voting with intention.”
Participants need to use the following attendance information:
Zoom ID: 932 0596 1200