- Created on Tuesday, 17 April 2012 18:27
- Written by Bishop Tyson
I usually don't pass along many videos, but one of our priests forwarded this video to me regarding faith values and public policy. It's not partisan. It's also short – less than five minutes – and it highlights Pope Benedict XVI's emphasis on three key values:
(1) protection of life – especially the life of the unborn young; (2) the importance for society to strengthen – and not redefine – marriage; and (3) freedom – especially religious liberty – being a key to a flourishing society. This short video might be a discussion starter for one of your parish meetings and a way to shift the focus away from political parties and candidates and toward values we would like carried forward into public life for the common good of everyone – believer and non-believer. As you know, the Church endorses no candidates. We are not here how to tell people to vote. We are here to form consciences so that our people can vote well. Click on the image or the link below to view the video.