The Archdiocese of Toronto wants every eligible Ontarian to vote in the provincial election happening on June 2, 2022.
One of the five core directions of the Archdiocese of Toronto's Pastoral Plan (Evangelization of Society) calls on us to be engaged in the public square. Gaudium et Spes, which is a product of the Second Vatican Council, tells us that citizens "should be mindful of the right and also the duty to use their free vote to further the common good."
As a charity, the Archdiocese of Toronto must remain non-partisan and cannot direct the Catholic community to vote for a particular candidate or party. What we can do is educate voters and to ensure they are informed to make a responsible decision on election day. We can also share information on issues from a Catholic perspective.
On this page you will a number of non-partisan resources to help you discern your vote.
The materials below are the product of a unique partnership among the Archdiocese of Toronto, St. Monica Institute, Salt+Light Media and The Catholic Register.