Citizenship

Articles

September 17, 2012

"That day was a fun day. A lot of people were there and cheering for us. It feels good when you get it. It's a happy day and a proud day. Everybody is giving you an open hand and an open heart and loving you. But it's not easy to get there." -Fatuma Osman, a former refugee from Somalia,...

August 2, 2010

A major election will take place in November in the United States. Many voters may be tired of electioneering and increasingly frustrated by politics, but Lily Ickow, an intern for Episcopal Public Policy Network, suggests in ENS Weekly bulletin inserts for Aug. 15 that voting can be seen as an...

July 8, 2010

Resolved, That the Church recognizes that a faithful commitment to voting is an extension of our baptismal covenant to "strive for justice and peace and the dignity of every human being" and asks all Episcopalians to actively engage in advocating for voter rights, encouraging voter registration...

Documents

Christian Principles in an Election Year is a two-page reproducible resource from the National C