The USCCB document reminds that Catholic voters should seek “to affirm both the dignity of the human person and the common good of all.”
Catholics turning to the U.S. bishops’ “Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship” for clear-cut answers to the question “How should I vote?” will be disappointed.
Catholic leaders encourage voters to prepare by listening, reading, consulting and considering how a particular election engages their values.
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