BISMARCK, N.D. — Bishop David Kagan of Bismarck, N.D., defended his letter on the election, which was read this weekend at parishes in North Dakota, against demands by a state senator that it be withdrawn or changed.
“It’s with a properly formed conscience, which we regularly nourish with prayer, the sacraments and continued study, that we can ... set a good example, which ultimately isn’t about you or me,” Bishop Kagan told Catholic News Agency Oct. 30.
The example we set, he emphasized, presents Christ to other people.
Bishop Kagan is the ordinary of Bismarck and is serving as the apostolic administrator of Fargo while the see is vacant. As part of his role, Bishop Kagan issued...READ MORE