The U.S. Bishops call for Catholics to practice a new kind of politics, a politics interested in promoting human dignity and the common good over partisan interests. The documents below help encourage Catholics to become engaged in the election process and guide Catholic organizations through appropriate political and electoral activities.
Political Dos and Don’ts
The Importance of Voting
Conscience Formation and the 2018 Election
- Conscience Formation Bulletin Insert
- Civil Dialogue Bulletin Insert
- Faithful Citizenship Summary, Part 1 Insert
- Faithful Citizenship Summary, Part 2 Insert
- Catholic Social Teaching—Adults
- Catholic Social Teaching—Kids
- Faithful Citizenship Announcements
- Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship
- The Issues, The Candidates, and Your Vote 2018 The Word From Lansing
- The Issues, The Candidates, and Your Vote 2018 Focus
- Proposal 1: Say No to Recreational Marijuana Focus
To request a Faithful Citizenship talk from Michigan Catholic Conference for your parish or group, email firstname.lastname@example.org.