Join Bishop Kevin Sweeney and Communications Director Jai Agnish for episode 31 of Beyond The Beacon, a podcast of the Diocese of Paterson, N.J. With Election Day fast approaching, they discuss faithful citizenship with Jim King, executive director of the New Jersey Catholic Conference (NJCC). King shares his government work background and interesting path to the NJCC. They discuss the election resources available to Catholics and the importance of voting and being involved civically. NJCC is the non-partisan public policy voice for the Catholic Church in New Jersey.
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Produced by Jai Agnish and Bishop Kevin Sweeney for the Diocese of Paterson.
Engineered and edited by Jai Agnish.
Illustrations by Dennis Dalelio.
Music by Jai Agnish.
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