09 March 2013

Catholics in American Political Life

Well, they make me sound a lot smarter than I am: 

Speaking at a November 30 colloquium on faith and politics, Brother Matthew Janeczko, a Capuchin friar in his third year of divinity studies at the School of Theology and Ministry (STM), pointed out that Catholics do not cast their ballots as a unified bloc. “Catholics are not—as though we needed to know, going to this school—a monolithic entity,” he said, drawing chuckles from his audience of a couple dozen graduate students. 

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