Catholic Politicians in the U.S.
Moderated by Mr. Russert, the panelists discussed Catholic politicians in the U.S. and whether their faith may affect their public… read more
Moderated by Mr. Russert, the panelists discussed Catholic politicians in the U.S. and whether their faith may affect their public policy decisions, particularly on social issues where the Church takes a strong position. Topics included abortion, social activism, homosexuality, war, Biblical teachings, and Democratic Catholics vs. Republican Catholics. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Carville, James Commentator CNN->Politics
- Dionne, Eugene "E.J." Joseph Jr. Senior Fellow Brookings Institution->Governance Studies Program
- Gillespie, Edward W. Special Adviser White House->Alito Nomination
- Leahy, William President Boston University
- Muldoon, Timothy Director Boston College->Church in the 21st Century Center
- Noonan, Peggy Speech Writer (Former) White House
- Russert, Tim Moderator NBC->"Meet the Press"
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