The Register offers more books worth reading before Nov. 6. Biographies of St. Thomas More and Sargent Shriver are offered here, as is a book — co-authored by a Catholic and an evangelical Christian — dedicated to how the United States can return to its founding principles. And Catholic women speak about what is important to them in light of government intrusions into their faith and family matters. All of the selections examine the harmony that can be found between the principles of faith, virtue and service — apropos before Election 2012. From our Oct. 7 issue.
He said that voting for a candidate who promotes actions or behaviors that are ‘intrinsically evil and gravely sinful’ makes a voter ‘morally complicit’ and places the eternal salvation of his or her soul in ‘serious jeopardy.’
From our Sept. 23 issue: Americans are sifting through issues and candidates for national and local offices. Many Catholics and other conscientious citizens will find themselves making difficult decisions that involve considerations of what is best for the country, best for their families and best for issues such as life, marriage and religious liberty. In this issue and a succeeding issue, we offer a few examples of books that might help voters in their discernment.