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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Most Holy and Grand Empire of Christian Democrats (elected )

Founder: The Protection of Saint Michael The Archangel

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Board Activity History Admin Rank

Most World Assembly Endorsements: 99th Most Nations: 150th Most Devout: 273rd+2
Most Influential: 648th Most Cultured: 2,200th
World Factbook Entry

Catholic is a community of Christians loyal to the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. We hold traditional Catholic beliefs, including in the Trinity and the Immaculate Conception. With the Holy Spirit at our side, we are devoted to the Catholic faith.

St. Michael the Archangel, Linkdefend us in battle.



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    World Assembly Voting Record (since June 13, 2012)

    FactbookInternational by Christian Democrats . 2,460 reads.

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    Subsidiarity Ė The World Assembly Ė and the Catholic Nation

    BulletinOpinion by Frustrated Franciscans . 401 reads.

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    Traditional Conservatism in the General Assembly

    MetaGameplay by Auralia . 318 reads.

  4. 55

    Pro-Life International FAQ

    MetaReference by Pro-life international . 2,254 reads.

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Embassies: Vatican II, Vatican, Saint Margaret Mary, Right to Life, Catholicism, Res Publica Catholicae Borgiae, Coalition of Catholic States, Antarctic Oasis, The Alliance of Catholic Nations, Independent Catholic Region, Pro Life International, and St Jeanne d Arc.

Tags: Featured, Large, Map, and Religious.

Regional Power: High

Catholic contains 97 nations, the 150th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Cheerful Citizens in Catholic

The World Census shared cheeky grins with citizens around the world in order to determine which were the most relentlessly cheerful.

As a region, Catholic is ranked 8,639th in the world for Most Cheerful Citizens.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Queen and Peoples of Amaranthine AsphodelInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Nothing poetic in the world shall dwell!”
2.The Catholic Republic of FlomanyDemocratic Socialists“In Deo Speramus”
3.The Principality of CarlvonhapsburglundInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Quomodo sedet sola civitas”
4.The Catholic Republic of The Papal FederationLiberal Democratic Socialists“Miserando atque Eligendo”
5.The Holy Protectorate of Devoted DeconsInoffensive Centrist Democracy“And with your spirit.”
6.The Federation of SeveraniaAnarchy“God will not have His work made manifest by cowards.”
7.The Sede Vacante of Apostolic seeInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Extra omnes!”
8.The Holy Empire of ToternCapitalizt“Freedom from force by force”
9.The Holy Kingdom of Novo VaticanusFather Knows Best State“°Viva Cristo Rey!”
10.The Catholic Celtic Empire of OmensaFather Knows Best State“ELATUM A DEO NON DEPRIMAT”
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Catholic Regional Message Board

The Glorious Third Reign of Templedom wrote:Is a delegate absolutely essential? I thought nations voted independently although delegates' votes carry more weight. Hard to find someone of his calibre!

Once one UN member receives an endorsement from another I believe that triggers delegate stautus. Therefore the only way to have no delegate is for absolutely every UN member refrain from all endorsements. To set and enforce such a policy would bring too much control freakery to this region.

Surmont wrote:If we have an active founder, canít they just remove executive functions from the delegate? Then we could have a non-WA leader.

(What is the political structure here? It would be perfect for a European style parliament!)

The founder can do that if he wishes. The WA delegate is the WA delegate only. A few of us have power to do things like I did above and such.
The political structure is about letting people do what they want in the region; no obsessive gameplaying regulations.
And we embassy only with Catholic regions.

Landreich wrote:In case there is need, I am willing to shoulder the burden.

To become UN delegate you need more endorsements than anyone else from UN members. CD has the most (probably) because new members were asked to endorse him at the top of the page.
Feel free to lobby, bribe, threathen etc other UN members to endorse you and / or unendorse CD and / or others.

United Massachusetts wrote:Hey, Catholic!

Would any of y'all be interested in applying for regional membership in a Christian-democratic voting bloc/interest group in the World Assembly?

With protestants?

Oire wrote:The founder can do that if he wishes. The WA delegate is the WA delegate only. A few of us have power to do things like I did above and such.
The political structure is about letting people do what they want in the region; no obsessive gameplaying regulations.
And we embassy only with Catholic regions.

Political structures donít need to be about gameplay regulations. They can just be a basic structure for instances such as this where an officeholder is no longer active or responsive. They can merely establish or define existing regional characteristics and purpose (not that I think anyone would be confused with what Catholic is about haha). They donít have to be anything but organic and basic. Nevertheless just sounding out. :)

Oire wrote:To become UN delegate you need more endorsements than anyone else from UN members.

*Coughs*

Oire wrote:Feel free to lobby, bribe, threathen etc other UN members to endorse you and / or unendorse CD and / or others.

I cannot do that, I'm afraid.

"And you shall take no bribe, for a bribe blinds the clear-sighted and subverts the cause of those who are in the right." Exodus 23:8

Oire wrote:
With protestants?

Yes.

Fredgast wrote:I hope so too but I'm honestly worried about Christian Democrats considering it would be weird for him to not even let us know he is alright for over a year.

^ This.

Post self-deleted by Totern.

I was a WA delegate in a region once. I did this thing where I created a poll for every WA issue that came up. The answer that got the most votes is what I would than vote for. After a while I took a break from the game and when I came back our region got raided. :( I went into exile here in Catholic.

Totern wrote:I was a WA delegate in a region once. I did this thing where I created a poll for every WA issue that came up. The answer that got the most votes is what I would than vote for. After a while I took a break from the game and when I came back our region got raided. :( I went into exile here in Catholic.

To donatize or not to donatize - that is a question. We need those (orthodox) theologians!!

Actually the answer seems straight-forward enough (no pun intended), which is: unless unbeknownst, donatize always.

Edited for effects
Ref: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donatism

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