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Catholic Resources on Voting Issues PDF Print E-mail

CatholicResourcesOn Voting IssuesWe have compiled a list of resources for the Catholic voter to be educated on the issues this election season, and to be able to make voting decisions calmly and rationally, with an informed conscience. It is important that you vote this election season. Don't be guided by emotion, but study the party platforms carefully, and prayerfully compare them to the teachings of Christ and His Church.



Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN)

EWTN’s Catholic Voter Guide

Downloadable Guide to Moral Duties Concerning Voting, EWTN

Ave Maria Radio

Priests for Life

National Catholic Register

Our Sunday Visitor Newsweekly


Articles, Encyclicals & Pamphlets:

National Catholic Register Election Special 2016: The Candidates, the Issues, and Church Teaching

Voting As a Catholic, Archbishop Samuel Aquila of Denver

The Gospel of Life, Pope St. John Paul II

Catholics in the Public Square, Bishop Thomas Olmsted of Phoenix

A Guide to Catholic Voting, Our Sunday Visitor

A Comparison of Party Platforms (downloadable for distribution in English & Spanish)

Our Choices End Where Another's Most Fundamental Right Begins, Archbishop Joseph Naumann of Kansas City.

Newsgate 2016, Sharyl Attkisson's outline of the current revelations of media collusion & bias

Ending the Policy of "Personally Opposed to Abortion" - Fr. Frank Pavone

Letter from Bishop Murphy on Voting & the Upcoming Elections - Bishop William Murphy of Rockville Centre


Religious Liberty Concerns:

Government commission states Religious Liberty is “discrimination in disguise,” Catholic News Agency, 10/12/16

About those unthinking, backward Catholics, Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia

Fake Catholic Groups & the “Catholic Spring," Anne Hendershott, Catholic World Report 10/13/16



Immigration and the Next America, Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles

Seek First the Kingdom: Challenging the Culture By Living Our Faith, Cardinal Donald Wuerl, Washington, D.C.

Render Unto Caesar: Serving the Nation by Living Our Catholic Beliefs in Political Life, by Archbishop Charles J. Chaput

Abolishing Abortion, Fr. Frank Pavone

Recall Abortion, Janet Morana

Election Toolkit & Prayer Card



Homily on the Election, Fr. John Lankeit, 10/2/16

Voting As A Catholic, Part 1, Fr. Mitch Pacwa, SJ

Voting As A Catholic, Part 2, Fr. Mitch Pacwa, SJ

Discerning Media Messages in an Election Year, Teresa Tomeo

Voting and Your Faith: How to Evaluate Issues and Candidates Wisely, Teresa Tomeo & Guest Fr. Frank Pavone



Voting As A Catholic – Teresa Tomeo interviews Fr. Mitch Pacwa, SJ on anti-Catholicism & threats to religious liberty, 10/12/16

Fr. Frank Pavone, “Virtue and Elections” 9/29/16

Examples of Media Manipulation, Al Kresta interviews Teresa Tomeo, 10/12/16

Justin Cardinal Regali, Interview by Teresa Tomeo on what issues are most important, 10/27/08

Voting Using Your Faith As A Guide - Homily of Fr. Joe Tuskiewicz at St. Joan of Arc parish in the Archdiocese of Detroit


New resources will be added when available.

Pray and Fast For Our Nation PDF Print E-mail

Pray And Fast For Our Nation 3If my people who are called by my name humble themselves, and pray and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land.

2 Chronicles 7:14


“The only hope for our country is God,” says Fr. John Riccardo, pastor of Our Lady of Good Counsel parish in Plymouth, Michigan. Fr. Riccardo encourages us to pray until the end of 2016 for us, the reparation of our sins, and the sins of our country, and beg God for forgiveness and mercy. It is a prayer project that is spreading to parishes and dioceses across the country. Fr. John joined me for an interview discussing why we need to fast and pray for our country during this election year. I urge you to listen to this interview, begin praying and fasting, and hopefully spread this to your friends and family, parish, diocese, Bible study, or prayer group. Ask your pastor if this can be implemented in your parish.


Read more... [Pray and Fast For Our Nation]
New Ways to Show Love to Your Spouse! PDF Print E-mail

For Your Marriage sm logoThe USCCB For Your Marriage website has a wonderful review of Teresa Tomeo & her husband, Deacon Dominick Pastore's book Intimate Graces: How Practicing the Works of Mercy Brings Out the Best in Marriage. Finding it "fresh insight into daily ways to show mercy and love to one’s spouse," the author explains how the strength of the book is the authors’ vulnerability in sharing the difficulties they’ve faced in their marriage and how they overcame them. Find new ways to grow in your marriage, order Intimate Graces today.

Open Up the Big Picture of the Catholic Faith! PDF Print E-mail

Symbolon Learn More 400x216Symbolon: The Catholic Faith Explained is a new catechetical program that will help you learn the Catholic faith, teach you how to live it, and how to articulate it to others. I am so proud and excited to be part of this program, along with Johnnette Benkovic, Patrick Coffin, Jason and Crystalina Evert, Tim Gray, Curtis Martin, Chris Stefanick, and many others who unpack the Catholic faith and call people to live it more deeply.


You might be familiar with different aspects of the Catholic faith. But how does it all fit together? And what difference does it make for our lives? Symbolon: The Catholic Faith Explained opens up the “big picture” of the Catholic faith. Through beautifully crafted teaching and state-of-the-art video, author, speaker and theologian Dr. Edward Sri leads a team of dynamic teachers who provide a clear and comprehensive explanation of the Catholic faith.


Filmed on location in Rome, the Holy Land, Calcutta and in the Augustine Institute studios in Denver, Symbolon— Part I: Knowing the Faith journeys through the core teachings of the Catholic Church, and Symbolon—Part II: Living the Faith focuses on our encounter with God in the sacraments and moral life. It is produced by a strategic partnership of the Augustine Institute, Ignatius Press and Lighthouse Catholic Media.


If we are going on a journey, we want to make sure we are going in the right direction. In our walk with God, how do we know that we are following what Jesus and His apostles really taught? Symbolon helps us go in the right direction and help guide others. Its digital platform now enables parishes, schools and individuals to access all its resources online through a computer, phone or tablet. You and your whole family, your bible study group or small faith community can learn from excellent videos and tools. It is an excellent program for adult formation in your parish and in RCIA programs. Here is an excerpt of my video with Dr. Edward Sri.


Dynamic Duo! Extreme Makeover & Subverted PDF Print E-mail

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Looking for a fabulous unique gift idea set for the everyday Catholic woman? These two power-packed books will equip any women in today's society with the truth about reality of what is continuing to happen to women in our society.


Sue Ellen Browder and Teresa Tomeo have both hit on a nerve in society that is not going away. Both were reporters in the secular media and both were leaders in supporting the feminist agenda. Both had conversions and powerful stories about how they left the secular media to focus their efforts in sharing with the world the truths of how the feminist movement has denigrated them and women all over the world.


Sue Elle Browder, a long-time freelance writer for Cosmopolitan magazine, shares in Subverted real-life stories of how this transpired in her life as a reporter and how she helped the Sexual Revolution Hijack the Women's Movement.


Professional TV and radio journalist, Teresa Tomeo pulls together the latest research on social behavior and trends in order to demonstrate that women are harming themselves and their chances for true happiness by adopting the thoroughly modern, sexually liberated lifestyle portrayed in magazines and movies. Packed with not only persuasive statistics but also powerful personal testimonies, Extreme Makeover shows that it is not the slogans of the sexual revolution and the women's liberation movement that free and dignify women, but the beautiful teachings of the Catholic Church.


Tomeo gives the facts and research to support what Browder so eloquently shared in her life as a women in the feminist movement. These books are a must read for anyone concerned about the declining state of our culture.


You won't want to miss this special set offered by Ignatius Press. Click Here for Details!

Intimate Graces: The National Review Interview PDF Print E-mail

National Review Online LogoMy husband, Deacon Dominick Pastore and I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Editor-at-Large, and award-winning opinion journalist, Kathryn Jean Lopez of National Review Online about our book Intimate Graces: How Practicing the Works of Mercy Brings Out the Best in Marriage. You can read the interview here, and also a followup interview at Kathryn's blog at the Patheos Catholic Channel.

Bringing Out the Best in Your Marriage PDF Print E-mail

Catholic Digest cover 9-2015 smMy husband, Deacon Dominick Pastore and I had the pleasure of speaking with Daria Sockey for an interview that is included in the latest issue of Catholic Digest magazine. The article, Bringing Out the Best in Marriage is about how you can improve your marriage through practicing the Works of Mercy. We may think that performing the Works of Mercy, such as feeding the hungry, or visiting the imprisoned, is something you do for strangers, but the concepts are also something that can deepen your relationship with your spouse.


I hope you'll enjoy the article as much as we enjoyed doing the interview. You'll find it at the Catholic Digest website.



Join Teresa on Pinterest! PDF Print E-mail

Did you know that Teresa Tomeo is now on Pinterest? Come see and share images on Teresa's pinboards dedicated to Catholic sprituality, Our Lady, travel, media awareness, and much more, here.


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Teresa on Dr. James Dobson's Family Talk PDF Print E-mail

dobsonBe sure not to miss Dr. Meg Meeker's interview with Teresa Tomeo on Dr. James Dobson's Family Talk radio show. Dr. Meeker and Teresa discuss the trouble with Fifty Shades of Grey. Is it really that bad? Is it OK to read the books and see the movie? Listen to Part 1 HERE and Part 2 HERE.