Ordinary Time, 31st Sunday. Jesus sees the world differently and invites us to see it differently too. How does a Christian see the world when it comes to voting? Our Bishops have provided us with four basic principles:
1) The right to life of every human person.
2) The nature of marriage between a man and a woman, which must be protected and defended.
3) A special love for the poor, vulnerable, and those in danger or distress.
4) Stewardship of Creation.
This is how Christ sees the world. And remember this: only those who vote are allowed to complain about the government. (31 Oct 2010)
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