Originally published 11/28/2016
Catholics usually vote for the winner. They did so this time as well.
Originally published 05/16/2005
In 1960 the Worry Was that a Candidate Was too Catholic to Be President Not that He Wasn't Catholic Enough
As we celebrate the 45th anniversary of a primary that affirmed the relationship between Catholics and electoral politics, let us acknowledge that questions about the relationship between private faith and presidential politics, if not presidential governance, continues.
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