Faithful Citizen, Faithful Catholic
Informing Your Conscience and Your Vote
Edited by Steven McGlaun
As Catholics living in a democratic society, teens have a responsibility to inform their conscience and their vote. During an election year they will be inundated with messages from candidates and interest groups urging them to vote for someone or for an issue. Their conscience, their experiences, and the teaching of the Church can help teens to cast their vote in a way that will respect the dignity of human life and support the development of the common good. In the pages of this book, teens will find an introduction to many of the issues they will have the opportunity to vote on, and guidance in discerning where to cast their vote. Faithful Citizen, Faithful Catholic is just the beginning of their journey to becoming a faithful citizen and a faithful Catholic.
Copyright: Aug. 1, 2007
Size: 6 x 9
Length: 40 pages