The Catholics, all in all, are not very conservative. Even their Bishops tend to be progressives and agitate for leftist projects. That’s why even Santorum was pro-Union and partial for moderation, at least before this last election cycle. The number of conservative Catholics is very low, and Catholics aren’t that big of a majority in the country either, especially when you consider that many are just Catholics in name only and don’t participate in their own Church services.
>>The number of conservative Catholics is very low<<
Yeah, right. Maybe where you are.
There is every flavor in every religion but take a good look at the Pro-life movement. Those Catholics aren’t libs.
Catholics came out in droves to fight the HHS mandate. Just because you don’t see it on the news doesn’t mean it isn’t there.
I think Salvation has a list of Bishops who came out against Obama LONG before he personally affected Catholics.
As for, Catholics aren’t that big of a majority, according to the census our of
[In thousands (175,440 represents 175,440,000).
And, they are a target rich environment for the Elders that pound on their doors.