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"Cultivate your Faith - Activate your Voice"

Recognizing that social and political action often involves issues that fall in the arena of prudential judgment ; and believing that our Catholic faith is neither liberal nor conservative, Democrat nor Republican, but true, we will involve ourselves only in those issues that flow from our - “FOUR PILLARS OF PARTICIPATION”







Your Catholic Voice Foundation affirms the inviolable dignity of every human life from conception to natural death, at every stage and every age. We are committed to supporting and advancing every legitimate effort to ensure that the dignity of every human person becomes the polestar of all public policy.

Our position on the dignity of every human person and the sanctity of every life is not a "single issue" commitment but rather constitutes a frame work within and against which every other issue will be measured in our educational and advocacy efforts.

The inalienable right to life is a basic human right and is guaranteed by the natural law that binds all men and women. In the American experiment the U.S. Constitution secures that right as one that is inalienable. We affirm the right to life as the first right and the freedom to be born as the first freedom. We are unqualifiedly, unapologetically and enthusiastically pro-life.

We are also "Whole Life/Pro-Life" By that we mean that being "Pro-Life" is a way of life, not a single issue, and it has implications across the entire spectrum of life, human rights and social justice issues. Neither is this position simply a "religious" position, in the sense that religious people should "keep it to themselves". This is the fundamental human and civil rights issue of our age.

Your Catholic Voice Foundation
"Cultivate your Faith"

Your Catholic Voice
"Activate your Voice"


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