Evans City, PA (PRWEB) October 28, 2004
Providing clear direction in the controversy over the 2004 Catholic vote, CatholicMatch.com, the most visited Catholic web site for singles, has launched a voter education campaign. The campaign includes a Catholic Voters Guide which answers common questions relating to civic responsibility and voting and a Take Action section with ideas on community outreach and prayers for the country.
ÂThis election is vital for Catholics in order to foster a culture of life,Â says Catholic Match co-founder Brian Barcaro. ÂAt a time when conflicting messages seem to be bombarding Catholics on how they should vote, the Church offers a simple and clear formula. No longer can Catholic politicians hide behind an assortment of issues. The fundamental topics of abortion, embryonic stem cell research, euthanasia, human cloning and Âhomosexual marriageÂ take moral precedent over any other consideration when voting for a political candidate or law.Â
Citing leading Catholic authorities such as Pope John Paul II, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, and the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the Catholic Voters Guide is an invaluable and irrefutable resource to help guide Catholics making decisions about the upcoming elections.
The message of the Catholic Voters Guide is clear: Key to understanding Catholic doctrine is that although there are many issues to consider during an election, some issues are preeminent over others. These issues relate to fundamental moral principals, thus they are more important than any political party or personal opinion.
CatholicMatch.com, the premier and largest website for single Catholics, is owned by Catholic Match, LLC, a specialty Internet software company specializing in services for Catholics in online dating & courtship. Catholic Match, LLC is managed by Acolyte, LLC, a Pittsburgh area Internet Development and Management Company.
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