Lizza, Ryan
April 2001
New Republic;04/23/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 17, p12
Focuses on a speech given by United States President George W. Bush at the opening of the Pope John Paul II Cultural Center at Catholic University in Washington D.C. Reaction to the president's message, which suggested a need to change the moral climate of the nation; Correlation between people who attend church regularly and the likelihood of voting Republicans; Use of the Catholic Church by Bush and the Republican Party to gain an advantage over their opponents; Views of Bush's advisers on the administration's outreach to religious Catholics as a model for a broader effort to woo religiously active minorities.


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