In the June 14th issue of the Catholic Standard appears Maryland Catholic Conference's 2018 Voters's Guide for the Maryland primaries that will occur on June 26th. It isn't on the Standard's site (yet) but it is on the MCC site. When you get to that site, click on the "2018 Elections" menu. If you need a reminder of your legislative district, click on the "general assembly" link to the left to be taken to a tool to learn your district number.
The usefulness of this site is, at best, limited. Take, for example, the governor race. You'll notice that most of the candidates did not respond. Either they disdain the Catholic vote; Hogan is running unopposed in the Republican primary so this questionnaire is moot for him. I hope and pray that he does answer the questionnaire that pertains to the general election this coming November.
If you look at the responses from Madaleno and Vignarajah, they appear to be identical. So if one just uses this MCC guide for voter information, they won't understand that Madaleno is morally unqualified to be Maryland's chief executive and in fact most of the Democrats are, owing to their pro-abortion support and shilling for sodomy. But you wouldn't know that if you just relied solely on the MCC guide.
I did some research on some candidates two weeks ago. By no stretch of the imagination is this a comprehensive treatment of the various candidates. I urge you to do your own homework before the elections. You might start by googling their names and looking at their own websites.
As you do your research, please pray that God's will be done. Encourage others to do the same. Get out and vote on June 26.
“What can I do to help resolve the crisis in the Church?” “Pray and act.” By action, make known your dissatisfaction to the American bishops, to the Holy See, and to your fellow Catholics. Prayer is all-powerful. God wants us to pray to Him for the graces we need to remedy the evils we find in the Church today. Our prayers remind us that we are totally dependent upon God, and that God wants us to exercise our love for Him in the sweet duty of seeking His help. We must also act to stir the shepherds of the Church to recognize the serious problems we face and to do whatever is necessary to resolve these problems.
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