Catholic Action

2020 SASKATCHEWAN ELECTION: Join our Catholic Action Campaign!

There are more than 280,000 Roman Catholics living in Saskatchewan as of the 2011 census –that’s nearly one-third of the entire province of Saskatchewan.

Catholic voters will have an enormous impact on the outcome of the upcoming 2020 Saskatchewan provincial election. That’s one reason why it’s so critical that Catholic voters discern their vote prayerfully and thoughtfully, with the best available information about Catholic social teaching and each of the party’s policy platforms.

To that end, Catholic Conscience is excited that it’s second-ever Catholic Action campaign will be happening in Saskatchewan for the 2020 provincial election. The aim of this non-partisan, get-out-the-vote campaign is to educate Catholic voters in Catholic social teaching and how they relate to relevant federal political issues; and mobilize the Catholic community to go out and vote. This is the follow-up to our successful 2019 Catholic Action campaign for the federal election, where we helped mobilize thousands of Catholic voters in the Greater Toronto Area.

In partnership with the Catholic community in Saskatchewan, our 2020 Catholic Action campaign will share many of the elements of our successful 2019 program.  We are still working out details of a number of initiatives – watch here for more information soon!


Sign-up for our special Catholic Action newsletter. Over the course of the Saskatchewan election, we’ll share updates for Saskatchewan Catholic voters—practical information like our overview of Catholic social teaching, party platform comparisons, and where and how you can vote in this election.

Contact us to sign-up for the newsletter. We promise, we will only use your email to send information about the Saskatchewan election. Once the election is over, you will receive no further emails unless you specifically request further updates from Catholic Conscience.


Catholic social teaching covers every area of politics, from human dignity to the environment to jobs and the economy… and so much more! To help Catholics learn more about Catholic social teaching, and how it relates to Saskatchewan politics, we’ve gathered links to a number of CST resources.

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