Who Has a Marketing Problem? Catholic Church Lags Behind Catholics in Positive Perceptions

In a recent appearance on Meet the Press, New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan, who until recently was head of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, shared his views about what he believed was the primary problem confronting the Roman Catholic Church – “we’ve been out-marketed.” Dolan says that while the Catholic Church does not favor same-sex marriage, its leaders are tired of being characterized as "anti-gay" rather than "pro-traditional marriage."

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