Should Catholics Vote?

May 1978
National Review;5/12/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 19, p576
The article presents a report on developments relevant to the political activities of the Catholic Church. It tells of the right of the church to vote against policies supporting abortion. It mentions the relationship between church and state, and the implications for politics, government and society.


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