Faith & Politics 2008


Faith & Politics 2008





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Biden's Catholicism seen as adding to ticket
But abortion stand raises questions too

U.S. Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Joe Biden (CNS/Reuters)
Their campaign presents Barak Obama and Joe Biden as people of deep faith working on very Catholic issues -- universal health care, support for working families, and equal pay for women. But abortion question still lingers. Read More

John Allen's analysis

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