Fr. Pat Reidy, C.S.C.

Fr. Pat Reidy, C.S.C.
Fr. Pat Reidy, C.S.C. was ordained as Rector of Keough Hall at the University of Notre Dame while serving as chaplain for Notre Dame Vision, Notre Dame Boxing, Notre Dame Law School, and the Holy Cross Vocations Office. He's currently pursuing advanced study at Yale Law School.

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Remembering Christ in Faithful Citizenship

Posted by Fr. Pat Reidy, C.S.C. on Oct 29, 2019 7:01:00 AM

Somewhere between New Hampshire and November, American Catholics enter an increasingly complicated conversation with their fellow citizens. Navigating contests of “powerful interests, partisan attacks, sound bites, and media hype,” Catholics seek guidance from their Church in creating “a different kind of political engagement: one shaped by the moral convictions of well-formed consciences and focused on the dignity of every human being, the pursuit of the common good, and the protection of the weak and the vulnerable.”[1] But conscience formation begins long before faithful citizens find their updated voting guides and issue scorecards. It begins with an invitation, and an act of discipleship, and Eucharist. Faithful citizenship begins with Jesus Christ.

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Topics: discipleship, Politics, voting, elections

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