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Election Novena - Day 3

Posted on October 28, 2020 in: Civilize It

Election Novena - Day 3
Bearing in mind our nation’s challenges and the need for wise, moral, civic leadership, the USCCB is offering an electronic Election Novena to help Catholics form their consciences as they prepare for the upcoming election. For nine consecutive days, Monday, October 26 through Tue...

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Election Novena - Day 2

Posted on October 27, 2020 in: Civilize It

Election Novena  - Day 2
Bearing in mind our nation’s challenges and the need for wise, moral, civic leadership, the USCCB is offering an electronic Election Novena to help Catholics form their consciences as they prepare for the upcoming election. For nine consecutive days, Monday, October 26 through Tue...

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Election Novena Day 1

Posted on October 26, 2020 in: News, Civilize It

Election Novena Day 1
Bearing in mind our nation’s challenges and the need for wise, moral, civic leadership, the USCCB is offering an electronic Election Novena to help Catholics form their consciences as they prepare for the upcoming election. For nine consecutive days, Monday, October 26 through Tue...

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USCCB Offers Election Novena to Help Voters
Bearing in mind our nation’s challenges and the need for wise, moral, civic leadership, the USCCB is offering an electronic Election Novena to help Catholics form their consciences as they prepare for the upcoming election. For nine consecutive days, Monday, October 26 through Tue...

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Civilize It: Video Resources for This Election Season
  The USCCB "Civilize It: We Are Salt And Light" campaign has a wealth of video resources for Catholics this election season. The page is located here (at the Civilize It website): Video Resources   Videos in English and Spanish are part of the series. It touches on C...

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Make Me an Instrument of Your Peace: A Prayer for Civility
Lord, make me an instrument of your peace.   Where uncivil words prevail, show me how to model love.   Help me remember the God-given dignity of all and invite others to do the same.   Show me how to build bridges and not walls and see first what unites us rather tha...

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USCCB Launches National Civility Effort through 2020 Election
November 1, 2019 WASHINGTON - One year ahead of the 2020 national elections, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) is launching a year-long initiative that invites Catholics to model civility, love for neighbor, and respectful dialogue. Civilize It: Dignity Beyond the Debate wi...

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