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How should Catholics vote? Read this guide before you hit the polls.

 

The Catholics Who Hate Joe Biden—And Pope Francis

The Catholics Who Hate Joe Biden—And Pope Francis

WASHINGTON (DC)
The Atlantic

October 21, 2020

By Tish Durkin

Some of Trump’s most committed Catholic supporters have leveled dark charges against Biden as they battle to sway the vote in crucial swing states. And wait until you hear what they think of the pope.

Joe Biden or Donald Trump: Who’s the better Catholic? If this seems like an odd question to raise in the context of a race for the highest secular office in America—and a race in which one of the two candidates is Protestant—never mind. Both campaigns, and their surrogates, are hotly contesting the answer.

The ex–Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz slammed Biden as a “Catholic in name only” in his appearance at the Republican National Convention.

“President Trump is ignoring Catholic teachings on care for the Earth, feeding the hungry, welcoming the immigrant,” Sister Simone Campbell, a social-justice activist who led a prayer at the Democratic convention, fired back in an interview with me not long after.

 

Francis names 13 new cardinals, including Washington's Archbishop Gregory

 

Francis names 13 new cardinals, including Washington's Archbishop Gregory

Nuns on the Bus ends first virtual tour with emphasis on multi-issue voting

 

U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro, a Democrat from Connecticut, speaks at the Oct. 23 closing rally for the 2020 Nuns on the Bus virtual tour, which ran from Sept. 23 to Oct. 23. At right is Social Service Sr. Simone Campbell, executive director of Network, the Cath

Nuns on the Bus ends first virtual tour with emphasis on multi-issue voting

Family is key to a deep spirituality of subsidiarity

 Family is key to a deep spirituality of subsidiarity

Family is key to a deep spirituality of subsidiarity

Fr. Jeff Kirby, CRUX