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Holi is a joyful festival for many Hindu communities, where we eat sweets and throw colored powder on our friends as we celebrate the triumph of good over evil. The story of Holi is about a young prince who confronts his tyrannical father, showing that good will defeat evil. Standing up for what you believe in, even in the face of pressure from your family and community is the true spirit of Holi.
The time has come to listen to Catholic women and have a better, deeper conversation on abortion and reproductive justice. Catholic women are sharing personal stories about how their faith and lived experiences inspire them to speak out in support of public conversations that better reflect the complexity of these issues.
In 2022, people of faith LIKE YOU committed to co-creating a world where all people can live with the care, love and dignity God desires. And your contribution today is the foundation needed to continue to resource, train and mobilize faith leaders in 2023. This ensures we are set up to thrive – in our pews, at the polls and in our communities.
Messaging guidance for responses to post-Election Day interference and disinformation, to ensure that the will of the people is officially certified and duly elected leaders take office in 2023. You can use these messages word-for-word, or as inspiration for your own messages.
Millions of people have already voted in the 2022 elections! But we know that white Christian nationalists are using threats of violence and fear to set up barriers for people to vote and to make it harder for election officials to count the votes. And that is why our multi-faith and multiracial coalition is coming together in prayer on Monday, right before Election Day.