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Blogosphere Buzzes about Sotomayor’s Catholicism

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Notre Dame Commencement Could Get Ugly

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A Pro-Choice Ambassador to the Vatican?

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Health Workers and Religious Exemptions

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Catholics Playing Good Cop, Bad Cop on Abortion?

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Bishops Must Rethink Anti-Abortion Strategy

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Catholics Go For Obama

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