Candidate Questionnaire Project Bulletin Announcements

2010 General Election  

Recommended October 16-17: 

What’s a Catholic voter to do?

The U.S. Catholic bishops have urged the faithful “to choose their political leaders according to principle, not party affiliation or mere self interest.” To help parishioners become informed on where candidates stand on key issues, the Florida Catholic Conference has polled those running for state and federal office. To see how candidates on the Nov. 2 general election ballot responded to the Candidate Questionnaire, visit www.flacathconf.org. 

 

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Candidate Questionnaire Project Bulletin Announcements

2010 General Election  

Recommended October 16-17: 

What’s a Catholic voter to do?

The U.S. Catholic bishops have urged the faithful “to choose their political leaders according to principle, not party affiliation or mere self interest.” To help parishioners become informed on where candidates stand on key issues, the Florida Catholic Conference has polled those running for state and federal office. To see how candidates on the Nov. 2 general election ballot responded to the Candidate Questionnaire, visit www.flacathconf.org. 

Recommended October 23-24: 

Let your conscience be your guide

The U.S. Catholic bishops have called the faithful to “a different kind of political engagement: one shaped by the moral convictions of well-formed consciences and focused on the dignity of every human being, the pursuit of the common good, and the protection of the weak and the vulnerable.” To help parishioners become informed on where candidates stand on key issues, the Florida Catholic Conference has polled those running for state and federal office. To see how candidates on the Nov. 2 general election ballot responded to the Candidate Questionnaire, visit www.flacathconf.org. 

Recommended October 30-31: 

Informing Catholic voters

The U.S. bishops remind us: “In the Catholic Tradition, responsible citizenship is a virtue, and participation in political life is a moral obligation.” To help parishioners become informed on where candidates stand on key issues, the Florida Catholic Conference has polled those running for state and federal office. To see how candidates on the Nov. 2 general election ballot responded to the Candidate Questionnaire, visit www.flacathconf.org.