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Faithful Citizenship Series

As Catholics, we are all called to Faithful Citizenship.

Faithful Citizenship is the mindful consideration of public policy and important issues through the lens of the Church’s teaching. It is also a “call to action” to become involved with legislative policy, to be a voice for the vulnerable, and to advocate for the dignity of all.

The WCC has prepared two series of resources designed to help Catholics reflect on what it means to be a Faithful Citizen. These series provide a fundamental review of issues important to the Church and provide guidance for political engagement based on the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship.

Candidate Questions and Wisconsin Voter Information

A guide on voting in Wisconsin and questions for consideration when researching political candidates.

Guidelines for Church Involvement in Electoral Politics

Policies of the Wisconsin bishops that clarify what activities and efforts are appropriate for Church officials and agencies during a political campaign and what activities are prohibited.