|Can Good Catholics Disagree in the Polling Booth?|
|Written by Sherry|
|Monday, 14 July 2008 21:25|
Fr. Mike is presently lolling in Latte Land aka Seattle, Washington. (Sure he preached all the Sunday Masses but how hard can that be? she says as she ducks missles from 1400 miles away) But Wednesday, July 16, he will earn his keep.
Join him at 7pm at Blessed Sacrament Church for a very timely talk:
Applying Prudential Judgement: Can Good Catholics Disagree in the Polling Booth?
Fr. Michael "will examine the interplay of moral principles, the fully formed Catholic conscience, and the critical role of prudential judgement with regard to voting and other moral choices. He will also propose an ideal model of collaboration between laity and clergy for Catholic parishes to adopt that respects the teaching office of the pastor while taking advantage of the wide variety of competences, information and experiences that the laity offer with regard to issues our society faces."
It's Dominican, so you know it is gonna be good. If you are in the Seattle area, you don't want to miss it.