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Faithful Citizenship Bulletin Inserts, Part I and Part II
Faithful Citizenship Bulletin Inserts

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This two-piece bulletin insert set summarizes the 2015 limited revision of the US bishops’ reflection, Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship.

Part I of the summary, Our Call as Catholic Citizens, looks at the moral principles that underlie Catholic engagement in the political realm.

Part II of the summary, Making Moral Choices and Applying Our Principles, looks at applying these principles with prudential judgment to the act of voting and taking positions on policy issues.

These bulletin inserts will give pastors, catechists, teachers, ministry leaders, and the lay faithful a clear guide to help form consciences for political engagement. Share these bulletin inserts with parishioners, students, discussion groups, and ministry teams.

This is a set of 100 and includes 50 copies of each part.

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4 of 5 Good reference July 30, 2020
Reviewer: Rose Baker from Fairlawn, OH United States  
but, I was hoping to find a discussion of the five intrinsic evils of abortion, euthanasia, human embryonic stem cell research, human cloning, and same-sex marriage.

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5 of 5 Faithful Citizenship September 16, 2019
Reviewer: Coquese Williams from Beaumont, TX United States  
This is our go to handout primarily during election years. We normally do "Faithful Citizenship Training" and this is our primary tool used in conjunction with the DVD of the same name. We do the training at the parish level and provide pastors with the Parish Guide to Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship. We also provide these as bulletin inserts for those parishes that desire them. I only wish that you still carried the handout/insert "Catholics Care, Catholics Vote." The title was an excellent  attention grabber, and parishioners always felt you were talking directly to them!

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