Churches have lots of advice for voters

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  • September 16, 2008

Catholics aren't the only Christians interested in politics. At www.ecumenism.net the ecumenical movement in Canada is highlighting all the election guides and kits put out by various churches.

So far the administrators of Canada's authoritative source on ecumenical developments has gathered the pre-election statements of Canada's Catholic bishops, the Evangelical Lutheran Church, the United Church of Canada, the Mennonite Central Committee, Citizens for Public Justice and the Religious Social Action Coalition of Newfoundland and Labrador, which is making an ecumenical and interfaith push for poverty reduction.

For links to all these election guides and perhaps more to come, click here.

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