Into the Deep: Pray for Peace and Unity During 2020 Election, Says Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio

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In New York, you can no longer request an absentee ballot. That deadline has passed, which means you either have to vote early or get out there on Tuesday, Nov. 3.

Joining Currents News is Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio and Ed Wilkinson, Editor Emeritus of The Tablet Newspaper, for the latest edition of Into the Deep. The bishop of the Diocese of Brooklyn has some words of advice when it comes to casting your ballot.

Bishop DiMarzio mentioned that the Diocese of Brooklyn will be joining Catholics around the country as they pray for this election. The novena, spearheaded by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, is meant to help Catholics form their consciences. The closing prayer will take place the day after Election Day.

That’s when the U.S. bishops plan to pray that whoever wins be guided by the Holy Spirit.