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Pandemic restrictions on church gatherings, the destruction of statues and other religious images, and the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett have combined to draw voters’ attention to this election issue.
At least 3 in 4 Catholics, regardless of how frequently they attend Mass, said that they are more likely to favor candidates who support religious freedom.
Every four years in a presidential election year, the Archdiocese of New York invites the presidential nominees of both major political parties to the dinner where it is traditional for the candidates to roast one another in a light-hearted manner.
A new EWTN News/RealClear Opinion Research poll emphasizes that Catholics who are more engaged with their faith also are more engaged with living out what the Church teaches on a wide range of issues.
The president’s campaign is highlighting his pro-life accomplishments and defense of religious liberty, while the Democratic nominee is emphasizing issues like immigration, the environment and moral character.
EWTN News RealClear Opinion Research Poll Finds Catholics and Their Priorities Deeply Affected by Pandemic
In this Aug. 27-Sept 1 survey, Catholics weigh in about of the impact of the coronavirus, drawing closer to God in the pandemic, attacks on churches, abortion and more.