Monthly Archives: February 2015

The Duty of Catholics to Speak Out on Gun Violence

  As Catholics and as American citizens, we have both the privilege and the obligation to participate in the democratic process in a way which reflects our spiritual values.   In an increasingly complex world, our obligation to educate and inform the conscience remains primary.  We look to both Scripture and to Tradition on issues such as poverty, war, social justice, marriage and family, immigration,… Read more →

“Our problems can only be solved by people of character who actively and without apology take their beliefs into public debate.  That includes Catholics.  We need to be stronger in our public witness, not weaker.” Archbishop Charles J. Chaput Render Unto Caesar – Serving the Nation by Living Our Catholic Beliefs in Political Life Read more →