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Obama's Plan: Why Lower Corporate Taxes Won’t Create More Jobs

The Republican's Plans: Budget watchdog: Most Republicans would increase debt

Election 2012 -- Catholic Priest Disowns Santorum’s Satan Comments As ‘Not Catholic’ To O’Reilly

Catholic Colleges File Lawsuits Against Feds Over Birth Control Rule

A Phoenix radio personality has bowed out of a Catholic event after organizers questioned her support of the gay community.

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American Idol meets American politics: Clay Aiken v. Catholics in renewed culture war

Catholic Church leader rejects claim UK Christians are persecuted. Rt Rev Vincent Nichols, the Archbishop of Westminster, says he doesn't think Christians should use that term

Malawi Catholics pray against corruption, nepotism, tribalism

Election 2012: 'Values voters' are leaving Obama in droves, A new poll by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life shows Republicans gaining ground among all major religious groups. Catholics. White evangelicals. Mainline Protestants. Mormons. Jews.

Opinion: While they have not been teaching Humanae Vitae, the USCCB and its staff have been adrift in the dark waters of "Social Justice" by Christopher Manion

UNION CITY, Calif. — Authorities investigate satanic vandalism at church as hate crime

St. Augustine, Fla. -- More and more answering the call to priesthood

Belleville, Ill. -- Tempers flare over priest fired over Mass prayers

NCR's sister publication, Celebration, posts reflections on each day's Scripture reading. Here's a link: celebrationpublications.org/dailybread. You may want to bookmark it. It's a great way to begin the day.

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