Deal W. Hudson Voting • Catholics are obliged to participate in politics by voting. • Legislators are elected to serve and protect the common good, human dignity, and rights of human persons. • Voters should have a clear understanding of the principles of Catholic moral and social teaching. • The life issues are dominant in… Continue reading How to Vote Catholic: A Brief Guide
Deal W. Hudson Introduction Catholics make up about 30 percent of those who vote in national elections. These 30 million Catholics have the power to make our country a better nation—more welcoming to life, more supportive of families, and more effective in its programs to help the poor and marginalized. Furthermore, Catholics who attend Mass… Continue reading How to Vote Catholic
Deal Hudson Published March 10, 2012 Most conversations in Washington these days end up running down the list of likely GOP candidates who will run for the presidential nomination in 2012. The strengths and weaknesses of Newt Gingrich, Tim Pawlenty, Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Mike Huckabee, Michele Bachmann, Sarah Palin, and Haley Barbour are quickly… Continue reading The 2012 Dark Horse?
Deal Hudson Published November 6, 2012 We as Roman Catholics need to put out into the deep. We love the child in the womb. We love the child who is poor, and we love the child who is sick, because of her great dignity and sanctity. After all, what Christ calls us to build is… Continue reading “Put Out Into the Deep’ and Vote!