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Every single presidential candidate who won the popular vote has also won.
The what -- the Catholic vote.
That's -- -- across the country bishops and diocese are delivering.
Voters these guides to help churchgoers.
And evaluate all the issues at play in this election.
Yes -- joining us this morning from Rome.
Right down -- issues.
Of religion in all of this is Fox News religion contributor Father Jonathan Morris father nice to see this morning want to.
Is in these guides.
Well first I wish you guys were here we should be you know sentencing -- ignition feature in Rome by then -- would be if I do any great shot.
Now you let -- come on OK in any case that these voters guides are going down moral issues and lining up these the two candidates right now for the presidential election.
These are some of the issues and and and many of these -- about ten issues that are mentioned.
Included and there's some examples right now as we see in our our screens and abortion death penalty the educational choice.
Embryonic stem cell research freedom of religion at -- But what is missing in some of these -- to something at the bishops as a whole and the new introduction.
Too faithful citizenship which -- -- to link on my.
On my FaceBook and my Twitter afterwards.
Which -- or whatnot all moral issues are equally have you are weighty.
Some are more important and others let me give you an example.
If there was that candidate unites states thinks that it got there it's not who was in favor of institutional racism.
What he was excellent and so many other issues would we give to vote for him or hurt the answer of course is no but the bishops have said.
-- as a whole and this new introduction about last November.
To this voter's guide its faithful citizenship citizenship document is that when we come to issues like abortion.
Embryonic stem cell research.
-- -- traditional understanding of marriage these are not negotiable.
These are already.
Completely firefighter -- it it usually isn't gonna tell that -- they don't want among.
The Braves because there's been some confusion on this issue what priests and ministers are saying from the pulpit and what kind of an -- and -- guys here.
Now that's okay I'm -- go about it.
I think I lost you guys out all right we'll finally here and -- -- some satellite issues with his -- is hearing ability in the important issue is is.
From what I understand what I've seen.
This is not an opportunity for the bishop to tell people where you vote for Obama you vote for Romney vote for the senator -- -- this -- congress people I think it's a faith based.
Also do you tells and it tells voters what the candidates positions -- -- all of these issues that are important to Catholic voters there was a lot of course we thought and so it's not endorsements it.
Basically right and from the Catholic church of course we've heard some controversy -- the related to the health -- laws earlier this year and that has have not been necessarily -- and if you take a look -- -- we have this pew poll.
That we can show you because this is the latest Catholic -- -- and as it relates to Catholic voters for likely voters.
And President Obama right now 54%.
To Mitt Romney 39% so.
A sizable lead in that -- really.
And then answers the question is not a monolithic.
Group and the election is is tightening.
Do this let.
Thanks to father father John we're sorry we lost over there I think is -- going more pop.
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