Cardinal urges UK to ‘step away from all hatred’ and ‘vote thoughtfully’ in General Election
Cardinal Vincent Nichols has urged voters in this Thursday’s General Election to ‘vote thoughtfully, not out of rancour’.
As the UK prepares to take to the polls on Thursday 12th December, for the first December General Election since 1923, Cardinal Nichols called for prayers on Sunday 8th December and urged voters to be thoughtful and to ‘step away from all hatred’.
‘Let Sunday be a day of #prayers for our nations, asking God’s blessing at this election time,’ he tweeted. ‘Vote thoughtfully, not out of rancour. Discuss with unfailing courtesy. Step well away from all hatred. At this moment of decision, seek the good, always. #GeneralElection2019 #GE2019′.
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