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In this new episode of Apostles’ Field Guide, Monica Pope and I finish up our discussion of the USCCB’s pastoral letter against racism, “Open Wide Our Hearts.”

As we walked through the eight action points that the bishops’ propose in the final section of the document, we ended up talking about the role Catholics have in politics. Specifically, we focused on the Church’s exhortation for us to help make our political parties and social structures more just rather than allowing ourselves to be swept up in injustice because of partisan politics.

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Paul Fahey lives in Michigan with his wife and four kids. For the past almost eight years, he has worked as a professional catechist. He has an undergraduate degree in Theology and is currently working toward a Masters Degree in Pastoral Counseling. He is a retreat leader, catechist formator, writer, and a co-founder of Where Peter Is. His long-term goal is to provide pastoral counseling for Catholics who have been spiritually abused, counseling for Catholic ministers, and counseling education so that ministers are more equipped to help others in their ministry.

Working for Justice amid Partisan Politics
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