CatholicVote.org - The winner of the Catholic vote has won every presidential election since 1976, with the exception of one. In 2016, Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton among Catholics 52-45. In 2018, Catholics were very narrowly divided, with 50% backing Democrats and 49% supporting Republicans... The following report is a comprehensive examination of Joe Biden’s 47-years in public life from a Catholic perspective. The report contains citations of interviews, speeches, videos, and media reports on 8 key policy areas of importance to Catholics.
By Michael Brendan Dougherty, National Review - Sometimes it’s worth taking stock of the basics. American conservatives sometimes call the family a “pre-political institution.” Usually they have in mind the idea of protecting the family from manipulation or intrusion by the state’s bureaucrats. But Cicero was more insightful when he observed that marriage and family are the foundation of political life: “The first bond of society is marriage; next, children; and then the family.”
By F. A. Grabowski, Crisis Magazine - The public recitation of baptismal vows should be familiar to most practicing Catholics. The vows consist of a series of questions whereby the faithful are invited to renounce Satan, his works, and his empty promises. As infants receiving the sacrament of Baptism, our parents and sponsors make these vows on our behalf. As adults, usually under the circumstances of a special solemnity, we make them on behalf of ourselves. ...
By Micaiah Bilger, LifeNews - Catholic Cardinal Joseph Tobin is facing criticism for saying voters can support Joe Biden “in good conscience” despite the pro-abortion Democrat’s radical pro-abortion stance... he suggested Biden might be more acceptable than President Donald Trump, who has taken a historic number of life-saving actions to protect unborn babies from abortion... According to the report, Tobin said he believes “a person in good conscience could vote for Mr. Biden” for president.