Reporting from Belmont, Mass.— In a closely-knit Mormon congregation, Ronnie Catalano was a problem Mitt Romney wanted to solve.
As bishop — a position akin to priest or pastor — Romney presided over a
fast-growing flock that included Catalano's wife, Sandy, a new convert.
Ronnie, a cigarette smoking, wine-drinking Catholic, had accused Sandy
of ruining their family by becoming Mormon. He tried to prevent her from
attending church and from donating their money in the Mormon tradition
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