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"Pray for me. I pray for you."

Pope Francis to President Joe Biden


Present Biden Meets With His Excellency Pope Francis

A collage of three photos of President Biden meeting Pope Francis at the recent G7 Summit. From top to bottom, left to right: 1) Biden and another visitor joyfully present a gift to Pope Francis as all laugh and appear to enjoy each other’s company. 2) President Biden leans down and presses his forehead into the forehead of Pope Francis in a gesture of affection and respect. 3) President Biden and Pope Francis shake hand while Biden looks on with respect and Pope Francis looks on with joy.

President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. met with His Holiness Pope Francis this week on the margins of the G7 Leaders’ Summit in Apulia, Italy.  The leaders emphasized the urgent need for an immediate ceasefire and a hostage deal to get the hostages home and address the critical humanitarian crisis in Gaza.


President Biden thanked Pope Francis for the Vatican’s work to address the humanitarian impacts of Russia’s war of aggression in Ukraine, including his efforts to help return kidnapped Ukrainian children to their families. President Biden also reaffirmed his deep appreciation for the Pope’s tireless advocacy for the poor and those suffering from persecution, the effects of climate change, and conflict around the world.

Join Catholics Vote Common Good for a Pre Debate Virtual Gathering and Prayer Session

Please join us on Thursday, June 27 at 7:30 ET as we gather for a Catholics Vote Common update and pray for President Biden.  


Special guest of our event will be Congresswoman Mary Gay Scanlon of Pennsylvania who will be providing an update from her key battleground state.

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TONIGHT!  Pennsylvania Catholics Vote Common Good Update

Tonight, Thursday, June 20th at 7:00 pm ET Catholics Vote Common Good (CVCG) will hold another virtual event for Pennsylvania efforts. 


During the event, we will discuss the state of Catholic Vote Common Good’s organizing efforts here in PA, what you can do to help these efforts, and also share thoughts on strategy for the next two months after the Presidential Debate on June 27 and leading up to the two national political conventions, the Republican in July and the Democratic in August. 


Click here to register for the June 20 Virtual Meeting for Pennsylvania.


Please share this invitation with any friend or family member who you think might be interested.

June Meeting of Michigan Catholics Vote Common Good, June 26

The next meeting of MI Catholics Vote Common Good is Wednesday, June 26 from 6-7 pm on Zoom. Please click below to register in advance.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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The agenda for this meeting will include:

  • Status of Bishops Letter: Plan to deliver letters to Diocesan Offices and the press.

  • Speaker: INVITED Candidate for Congress Kristen McDonald Rivet (MI-8) and Congresswoman Debbie Dingell.


We will also review volunteer opportunities for actions planned from July through October, including:


  • Debate watch party (June 27, September 10)

  • Delivery of Bishop Letter (July 1-15)

  • Nuns and VCG Bus Tours (dates TBD)

  • Post convention phone banking and postcards

  • Other actions


Michigan Catholics Vote Common Good will meet on the last Wednesday of the month for July (31st), August (28th), and September (25th), then every Wednesday in October leading up to the election.


If you have not signed on to the Bishop's Letter, click on this link now to join over 450 Michigan Catholics in calling for a stop to using the pulpit for partisan purposes.

Wisconsin Catholics Vote Common Good

Wisconsin Catholics Vote Common Good will meet virtually on Wednesday, June 26, at 6:30 pm CT.  We will discuss future activities and the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee.  


RSVP here:

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All our best,

Denise Murphy McGraw 

Patrick Carolan

National Co-Chairs Catholics Vote Common Good


Catholics Vote Common Good’s goal is to activate multi-issue Catholic voters and provide them - as well as candidates who are committed to the common good of lifting up the quality of life of all Americans - with the tools they need to be informed and to engage Catholic voters addressing issues of social justice, immigration, climate change, and the scourge of White Christian Nationalism.


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