2022 Parish Resources for Elections - Maryland Catholic Conference

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Parish Resources for Elections

Help parishioners participate in elections with these resources: political responsibility guidelines, parish toolkit, graphics, material on forming consciences, and the Civilize It! initiative. Many are provided in English and Spanish. 

(The General Election is Nov. 8)

Political Responsibility Guidelines for Parishes

Parishes are encouraged to share the Church's teachings on human life, human rights, and justice and peace, but may not participate in partisan activity.

Do's and don'ts for parishes during election season | Spanish

Voter guides: Many organizations seek to distribute voter or election guides or candidate scorecards through parishes, parish organizations or schools. The Maryland Catholic Conference candidate surveys are the only the voter guides approved by our Maryland bishops. Please do not use outside materials. 

Questions? contact the Maryland Catholic Conference via email or 410-269-1155.


Parish Resource Kit

Download Word | PDF 

  • Bulletin/email announcements
  • Catholic quotes about engaging in political life
  • Mass intercessions

 

Download the Maryland Catholic Conference candidate surveys for your district and share

Board of Elections website (English and Spanish)

  • Register to vote, confirm or update your registration
  • Enter your registration information to find your voting districts (by address or name)
  • See an overview of what to do and expect

Graphics

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Social media and bulletin announcements

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Forming Consciences: Faithful Citizenship

Resources from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops:


Civilize It! Parish Initiative

Invite parishioners to take the pledge to promote civility, love of neighbor, and build community this election season!

 

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Questions?

Please contact the Office of Communications 
☏ 202-525-9554
 [email protected]