As Catholics, we are obliged to vote. But who will tell us how?

The Church will not tell us who, or what, to vote for.  Rather, we must decide for ourselves, based on broad principles taught by the Church and rooted in the Gospels.  It is our duty to inform ourselves, using https://sigmaessays.com/ that guidance, and to vote in ways that will be pleasing to Christ.

To assist us in this process, CatholicVoters offers direct links to relevant mainstream media news items, quickly searchable by candidate, issue, and/or election, with cross-references to the teachings of Christ and his Church.

All Catholics, all Christians, and all people of good will are invited to use this site -  preferably in conjunction with prayer – as a resource in their decision-making process.  All people of good will are also invited to share categorized links to relevant news items: the site is only as good as the input it receives.

  • For more information on the duty of Catholics to vote, look here.
  • For news relating to specific candidates, issues, elections, or parties, use the search function, or browse the menu bar.
  • For an introduction to voting guidance taught by the Church, look here.
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“It is necessary that all participate, each according to his position and role, in promoting the common good…
As far as possible citizens should take an active part in public life.”

(Catechism of the Catholic Church, nos. 1913, 1915)


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