NEW YORK — Forget the Mormon moment. The religious group that seems
to be figuring most prominently in the presidential election right now
is the Roman Catholic Church.
With Mitt Romney’s recent choice of Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan as
running mate, this campaign is the first in which Catholics are on both
major party tickets. Vice President Joe Biden and Ryan are lifelong
Catholics who attend Mass regularly and credit the church with shaping
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