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Catholic Vote in 2012: Why Either Political Party Could Win It

On December 10, 2011, The Daily Beast/Newsweek published the following commentary written by Catholic Advocate’s leadership: Catholic Vote in 2012: Why Either Political Party Could Win It The Catholic vote is up for grabs—and more complex than ever. Deal W. …

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Catholic Advocate Launches Call for Protecting Religious Liberty with “Common Ground” Web Video

In his commencement address at Notre Dame on May 17, 2009, President Obama called for an unprecedented common ground for those with differing beliefs, but his actions have undermined that hopeful sentiment. Watch the video below to learn more.

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How to Vote Catholic 2012

Our Public Witness (Chapter III) Should a political candidate talk publicly about his faith? Should an elected official allow his or her faith to inform political decisions? These are questions that have been discussed for decades, but the debate has …

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Overlooking Anti-Christian Actions

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By Matt Smith The mainstream media is rightfully quick to cover the inexcusable religious intolerance of Judaism and non-radical Islam, but it is becoming increasingly vogue to overlook hostility toward Christianity. Last week, the Christian Anti-Defamation Commission (CADC), a group …

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