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Your Faith and Your Vote - Questions for State Candidates

As people of faith and reason, Catholics are called to bring truth to political life. Faith helps us see more clearly the requirements of a good society, namely respect for the dignity of all human life and a commitment to the common good.
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Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship

This brief document is a summary of the United States bishops' reflection Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship.
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Civil Dialogue

This bulletin insert includes a reflection by Cardinal Wuerl on why we are called, as Catholics to discourse that is loving, respectful, and civil.
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Questions for Federal Candidates

The right to vote carries with it a responsibility to study and know the candidates. As citizens of faith, we are led to question, according to our foundational beliefs, how each federal candidate would address our nation’s issues.
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Forming Conscience

We are all called to form our consciences on an ongoing basis. What is conscience formation? How can I form my conscience? This bulletin insert answers these questions and more.
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Catholics Care. Catholics Vote.

This simple handout from USCCB educates about how Catholics can form their consciences and live out the call to participate in political life.
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Your Faith, Your Vote
Your Faith, Your Vote is a resource for Catholic and other voters of faith from the North Dakota Catholic Conference.


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103 South Third Street, Suite 10
Bismarck, North Dakota
58501
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what we do
The North Dakota Catholic Conference acts on behalf of the Roman Catholic bishops of North Dakota to respond to public policy issues of concern to the Catholic Church and to educate Catholics and the general public about Catholic social doctrine.

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