Catholic social teaching is called the Church’s “best-kept secret.”

At Catholic Conscience, we believe passionately that the secret needs to be shared—and that it will transform you into the servant-leader your community and country needs.

Catholic social teaching is a model for: healthier politics and democracy; a culture and economy where every person’s God-given dignity and the common good flourishes; and a manifesto for the humble and magnanimous leaders Canadians deserve.

Our mission is to share Catholic social teaching and form Catholic leaders rooted in its truth and beauty, so Catholic social teaching can become a transformative force in Canadian society and politics—our great gift to Canada as Catholic leaders.

Our vision is that every Catholic becomes a leader in their communities, formed in the image of Christ, serving and loving their neighbours,

And for a Canada whose politics, economy and culture have been transformed by the life-affirming wisdom of Catholic social teaching—building the Kingdom of God here among us.

Who We Are

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Catholic Conscience is a non-partisan Catholic and Canadian civic and political engagement organization. We are devoted to the mission of forming Common Good Catholics—engaged citizens and servant-leaders committed to Catholic social teaching—and sending them out to serve others and lead Canadian communities.

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At Catholic Conscience, our programs are aimed at inspiring, forming, and sending Common Good Catholics to serve Canadians and lead Canadian communities, rooted in Catholic social teaching. Learn more about our work and how you can get involved.

Common Good Catholic

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Every month we send subscribers a free copy of the Common Good Catholic, our e-newsletter for Catholic citizens. It includes prayers, the latest updates from Pope Francis, wonderful reading and video content on citizenship and spirituality that Catholics will love, and more!

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Saskatchewan Provincial Election

October 26

Saskatchewan Catholics should familiarize themselves with the issues, the positions of the six registered provincial parties, and the relevant social teachings of the Church.  Then they should pray for guidance, and vote when the opportunity arises.  Our comparisons of the parties' positions and the teachings of the Church can be found here.

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