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Only in Print: Catholics Should Remember Church Teachings When Voting, Religious Say

People fill out their ballots at an early voting site in Arlington, Va., Sept. 18, 2020. (Photo: CNS/Al Drago, Reuters)

WINDSOR TERRACE — Catholic voters choosing between Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden on Election Day need to keep in mind the church’s teachings when they enter the voting booth, prominent figures in the Diocese of Brooklyn said.

For example, the Catholic Church’s strong position against abortion should be one of the things uppermost on the minds of voters, according to leaders interviewed by The Tablet.

“Certainly, selecting a candidate who defends the human right to live from the moment of their conception to their natural death is something we need to consider at the moment of going into the voting booth,” said Mother María Amador, PCM, superior of the Preachers of Christ and Mary…

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