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Faithful Citizenship and Election Day

All are welcome to a panel presentation as we face difficult decisions concerning the upcoming general election and voting. Father Kenneth Smith, Deacon Scott Root, Deacon Augustine Onuoha, and Pastoral Associate Becky Davis will present different aspects of the discussion about what it means to be a Faithful Catholic Citizen of the United States of America.

Sunday October 18 at 12:15 pm

Part One | Father Kenneth Smith & Deacon Augustine Onuoha

Part 2 with Deacon Augustine & Pastoral Associate Becky Davis

Wednesday October 21 at 11:00 am

Saturday October 24 at 5:45 pm

Topics Include:

A Well Informed Conscience and the Dignity of the Human Person: Human Life, Peace, Marriage and Family Life – Fr. Ken         (20 min)

The Virtue of Prudence, Principle of Subsidiarity: Religious Freedom, The Poor and Economic Justice and Health Care and Family Life – Deacon Scott          (20 min)

Doing Good and Avoiding Evil : Migration, Catholic Education and Promoting Justice and Combating Violence  – Deacon Augustine            (20 min)

Making Moral Choices and the Principal of Solidarity: Care for our Common Home, Communications, Media and Culture: Global Solidarity – Becky Davis         (20 min)

A Q&A will follow.


Deacon Scott Onuoha Presentation pdf

Deacon Scott Root Presentation pdf

Pastoral Associate Becky Davis Presentation pdf


Diocese of Harrisburg Resources

General Election Materials





Catholic Voters Guide

Guide to Moral Duties Concerning Voting

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