Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Denver Archbishop Reflects on How a Catholic Should Vote in 2016

Last week, Denver Archbishop Samuel Aquila posted a lengthy discussion on the Archdiocese's website titled Voting as a Catholic in 2016: How Should a Catholic Vote. Recounting a dinner conversation he had recently had with a group of Catholics, Aquila said in part:
All pretty much agreed that, when it comes to life issues, Catholic politicians on both sides of the aisle have put party ideology before their faith and living their faith in the public square.
The Archbishop's comments focused primarily on issues of abortion, the Obamacare contraceptive coverage mandate and Proposition 106 on the Colorado ballot to legalize physician assisted suicide.