Catholic social teaching is clear: Every person has a distinct right and responsibility to participate in community and pursue the common good.
If we cannot build a society where all people can thrive together in community, justice cannot be achieved. In a representative democracy like the United States, the call to participation also means voting.
Catholics are called to grapple with the complexities of the two-party system and live out the values of Catholic social justice in the voting booth. This Catholics for Choice Voter Guide is here to help.