Patrick Carolan, Catholic outreach director for the group Vote Common Good, said Catholics should heed the advice of Bishop Robert McElroy of San Diego, that “a person’s character is what’s as important as any of these issues when considering who to vote for.”
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Archbishop Paglia's comments came amid considerable debate in several Latin American countries over the prospect of legally protecting abortion.
The numbers Pew Research found in the July and August 2020 survey are comparable to how white and Hispanic Catholics voted in the 2016 presidential election.
Abortion, religious freedom and marijuana legalization are among the matters voters will consider.
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Election 2016 Commentary
COMMENTARY: A pastoral letter from Bishop Edward Malesic of Greensburg, Pennsylvania.
BOOK PICK: Red, White, Blue and Catholic is a timely reminder that ‘most of how we live as Catholic citizens doesn’t happen in a voting booth.’