Should Catholics Vote for Either Party?

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Is Pope Francis a liberal or a conservative? On some issues Catholics are more “conservative” than most American politicians, on others they are more “liberal”. Our own Anna Keating writes for America about how difficult it is for Catholics to vote for either party. Read it here: Should Catholics Vote for Either Party?

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Alone, Yet Not Alone

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Rabbi Heschel and MLK Jr. David Brooks writes for The New York Times about how the experience of faith differs from the popular perception of religion. “Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel described one experience of faith in his book God in Search of Man: ‘Our goal should be to live life in radical amazement…Everything is phenomenal. …To be spiritual is to be amazed.'” Read it here: Alone, Yet Not Alone (Above: Rabbi Abraham Heschel and the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.)

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Losing My Religion

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Using Facebook at work

In America, TCC’s own Anna Keating wonders if it’s better to list your religious views on sites like Facebook or not. She writes, “When religion is one of the few things that remain private in our carefully constructed, very public, online universe, then religious voices at the extremes may profile us all.” Read the entire essay here: Losing My Religion

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TCC Films: Catholicism: A Journey to the Heart of the Faith

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Catholicism Series

Looking for a movie to watch with this weekend?  We recommend you order this excellent five disc, ten episode documentary series Catholicism: A Journey to the Heart of the Faith presented by Fr. Bob Barron and watch it with a group. More and the trailer after the jump:

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