Catholics and Politics: The Dynamic Tension between Faith and Power

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Richard Anderson is a research fellow at the Center for American Politics and Public Policy at the University of Washington and was the 2007 recipient of the Mary Gates research fellowship in American politics. His research is in the fields of public opinion and public policy, broadly examining how individuals and institutions react to change. For 2008–9 Anderson is a scholar in residence at the University of Aarhus, Denmark.

Matthew Barreto is assistant professor of political science at the University of Washington. His work examines the political participation and public opinion of Latinos and immigrants in the United States and his work has been published in the American Political Science Review and Public Opinion Quarterly, among other scholarly journals. In 2000 he was a research assistant for the Hispanic Churches in American Public Life (HCAPL) national survey of Latinos and Religiosity conducted by the Tomás Rivera Policy Institute.

Mary E. Bendyna is the executive director of the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate and is a research associate professor at Georgetown University. She is a member of the Institute of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas. Her political science research has focused on the relationships between religious values and political orientations. She has examined the political attitudes and behaviors of American Catholics and their role in contemporary American politics. Her research has appeared in books about clergy and American politics, the Christian Right, gender and politics, and PACs in congressional elections, and she has published articles in Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, Presidential Studies Quarterly, Journal of Church and State, and Sociology of Religion.

Thomas J. Carty is associate professor of history and American Studies at Springfield College. He is the author of a number of studies on religion and politics, including a book about John F. Kennedy titled A Catholic in the White House? (Palgrave Macmillan, 2004; reissued in paperback in 2008).

William V. D'Antonio is emeritus professor at the University of Connecticut and a fellow at the Life Cycle Institute at The Catholic University of America. He is the coauthor of eight books and coeditor of four. His most recent book is Voices of the Faithful (Crossroads Publishing, 2007), a coauthored study of a Catholic lay social movement striving to help change the Church. He

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