Threats to religious liberty could be a unifying force for Catholic voters this November.
A group that makes up roughly a quarter of the electorate but historically does not vote as a bloc, the Catholic faithful — united — would wield significant power.
Brian Burch, president of Catholic Vote, said, “The Catholic Church has a massive political army in America — it has just not been organized effectively, and that is what we are trying to do. Sixty-five million Catholics faithfully applying Catholic social teaching would dramatically change the future of this country.”
He added that the continued prosperity of the United States depends on the protection of religious freedom.
“If we...READ MORE