With elections less than two weeks away in the U.S., a new website has been launched to help instruct Hispanic Catholics on voting according their faith as they go to polls and decide on the future of the country.
The new website at www.votocatolico.com features videos, documents and prayers for Hispanic Catholics who live in the U.S. and who are registered to vote in the November 4 election.
The site does not endorse a particular candidate but rather reminds believers of the higher values that should be considered when casting their vote, such as the defense of life from the moment of conception and marriage as a union between one man and one woman.
It features a particular section on the teachings of the Church, which includes papal documents and statements from the bishops on the responsibility of Catholics in political life. There is also a novena prayer which voters are encouraged to pray as they prepare for the elections.
More information can be found at www.votocatolico.com