The Catholic Vote in America

This is Post #2 on God’s Perspective on the Upcoming Elections.  You can read Post #1 here.

This video was sent to me by a friend.  I’m not Catholic and I don’t know many people who are, but I know that on a few tried and true issues I stand with my Catholic friends.  What I love about this video is how it calls us to something higher than the current political rhetoric.  I think every Christian, including Catholics, should take time consider this video’s message. Enjoy.

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About traviskolder

Travis Kolder is a follower of Jesus, a husband, a father of five, an organic church planter, and a writer. He lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he serves as part of the Cedar Rapids House Church Network.

4 responses to “The Catholic Vote in America”

  1. seanhughley says :

    this is a great video. Keep being a voice!

  2. conway23 says :

    I am Catholic and this is first time I’ve seen this video. I appreciate you posting this on your website; you have done a very ecumenical and charitable thing in doing so. It’s true that Catholics and Protestants have real differences, but when it comes to the so-called “culture wars” orthodox Christians are the only ones who have the knowledge and the grace to stand up to those forces, which seek to destroy life, the family and the very morals that have shaped American society.

    May the Lord Bless you!

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