National Catholic Reporter Highlights PRRI Data in Exploration of American Catholics

Brian Roewe's latest piece for The National Catholic Reporter uses PRRI research to explore American Catholics' opinions on a range of issues in light of the questionnaire distributed by the Vatican earlier this year, which asked bishops around the world to answer questions on topics like same-sex couples, marriage issues and contraception. … [Read more...]

Nebraska Court Rules 16-Year-Old Too Immature for Abortion

Today's Buzz covers the debt ceiling, prosperity preachers and a determined (and destructive) pot-bellied pig in Des Moines! … [Read more...]

The Morning Buzz | RNC Florida Hispanic Outreach Director Switches to Democrats

Pablo Pantoja, the RNC's State Director of Florida Outreach, wrote an open letter announcing that he is switching his political allegiances to the Democrats in the wake of the Heritage Foundation's recent report on immigration reform, co-authored by a researcher who had previously suggested that Hispanic immigrants have lower IQs. … [Read more...]

The Morning Buzz | How Census Data Collection Changed Race in America

A fascinating account of how Census data collection changed race in America. … [Read more...]

The Morning Buzz | How Census Data Collection Changed Race in America

A fascinating account of how Census data collection changed race in America. … [Read more...]

The Morning Buzz | How Census Data Collection Changed Race in America

A fascinating account of how Census data collection changed race in America. … [Read more...]

The Morning Buzz | Increasing Polarization in the States on the Issue of Abortion

In an interview, Roman Catholic Cardinal Dolan said the church won't change its official policy on same-sex marriage, but it could be doing more to welcome gay and lesbian people. Nearly 6-in-10 white and Hispanic Catholics favor allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry legally. … [Read more...]

The Morning Buzz | Increasing Polarization in the States on the Issue of Abortion

The Wall Street Journal chronicles the ever-increasing polarization among the states on the issue of abortion. A majority of Americans say that laws about abortion should be decided at the national level. … [Read more...]

Pope Francis and Hispanic American Catholics

As the first Pope from the region that currently includes a plurality of the world’s Catholic population, Pope Francis I's election signals the importance of Latin America to the Church. Francis’ election may also help rekindle Catholicism among those in the U.S. with roots in Latin America: the Hispanic population. … [Read more...]

Pope Francis and Hispanic American Catholics

As the first Pope from the region that currently includes a plurality of the world’s Catholic population, Pope Francis I's election signals the importance of Latin America to the Church. Francis’ election may also help rekindle Catholicism among those in the U.S. with roots in Latin America: the Hispanic population. … [Read more...]


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