Catholics and Politics: The Dynamic Tension between Faith and Power

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INDEX
Abortion
American Catholic bishops' political activity regarding, 11–24 (see also bishops, American Catholic)
Catholic attitudes about, views of the Bible and, 44–45
Catholic-evangelical tensions prior to Roe over efforts opposing, 28–29
the Church's influence on Catholics' views regarding, 83–85
Clinton's support of, 189–90, 204–5
constitutional amendment prohibiting, positions regarding, 14–16, 18, 150n.l2, 151n.l3
generalizing to other political issues from, concerns regarding, 141–42
the hierarchy's statements regarding, 150n.l2
linking to broader concrete policy issues, need for, 64
national elections, as issue in, 17–21
Nixon's opposition to, 183
number of under Democratic and Republican presidents, 71n.l9
parish priests on, 48–49, 51, 53, 55
as a polarizing issue (see polarization)
Supreme Court cases regarding, 165, 167, 170 (see also Roe v. Wade)
as threat to the Church, 11–12
See also life, human
Abortion Control Act of 1974 (Pennsylvania), 23
Abramowitz, Alan I., 97
Adams, Gregg D., 146, 148, 151n.l3
Alianza de Ministerios Evangélicos Nacionales, 118
Alito, Samuel Α., Jr., 157, 167–70
Allen, Richard V., 185
Almanac of American Politics (Barone), 133
American Catholic bishops. See bishops, American Catholic
American National Election Study (ANES), 97, 115, 146
American Protective Association, 160–61
Americans United for Life, 23
Anderson, Richard, 4, 113–26
ANES. See American National Election Study anti-Catholicism, 159–61. See also KnowNothing Party
Baker, James, 188
Baptist General Convention of Texas, 29
Baptists
anti-abortion laws reflecting Catholic morality, discomfort with, 28–29
religious service attendance and voting behavior of, 96
Barmen Declaration, 7
Barone, Michael, 133
Barreto, Matthew, 4, 113–26, 123
Beckel, Robert, 17
Bendyna, Mary E., 2–5, 75–92, 97
Benedict XVI, 201–2, 205–7, 207–8n.l, 211n.31. See also Ratzinger, Cardinal Joseph
Benson, Peter L., 138
Bernardin, Cardinal Joseph (archbishop of Chicago)
“consistent ethic of life,” articulation of, 2–3, 18–21, 51, 63
constitutional amendment outlawing abortion, support for, 151n.l3

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