Really?! That’s quite surprising. Because you certainly hold an opinion on how the government should handle the money it taken. In fact, you are not short of opinions on much of anything else.
But this is something you “have no opinion on”?
Is it because you have never thought the matter through or because you are afraid to think where it might lead?
It doesn’t matter whether they prefer it or not. Catholics who live in this country are required to pay taxes, regardless of whether they prefer to pay their taxes or not, which fund various social programs and services, and it doesn’t matter whether or not they wish to pass their money through the governemnt on its way to helping the needy.
Of course, it does matter. Setting aside the possibility of not paying taxes, Catholics can vote.
It may or may not be advisable for Catholics to vote toward policies that benefit religious service, Catholics do, in fact, have a much simpler and direct choices: to favor reducing the money that is passed to government in the first place and send that money, instead, to the Church.
I am always amused by secularist who pretend that those who hold religious values have no choice but to go along with secularism.
However, just because one pays taxes, which funds social programs, doesn’t mean they can’t also give money through the charity organizations of their choice on its way to helping the needy. So I don’t even understand why you are even asking the question. Living in a society, in a community, requires financing the community, regardless of whether one likes those services or not, or even if they will ever use the services or not. If a Catholic prefers their money to be shunted through a particular entity in order to care for the needy, they are certainly not prevented from doing so by paying their taxes. Jesus said it Himself: Give to Caesar what is owed to Caesar. Give to God what is owed to God.
So you have a definite opinion here, it seems, exactly the opinion one would expect from a secularist.