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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Stephen Schneck
Am I my brother's keeper? Conservatives and churchgoers are far more likely to say "yes," research shows.
A group of Catholic leaders went against the church's bishops Wednesday and called for support of President Obama's latest contraception-insurance policy, though the call happened the same day a prominent group of Catholic priests filed a federal lawsuit against it.
"It's a question people who study philanthropies have been trying to figure out for years," he said.
"This isn't a surprise at all. What you're seeing [in the report] is collection-plate giving," said Stephen Schneck, director of the Institute for Policy Research and Catholic Studies at Catholic University of America.