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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Kmiec, Douglas W.
Can a Catholic support him?
Woodstock, NY : Overlook Press, 2008
|Named Person:||Barack Obama|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Douglas W Kmiec; Martin Sheen
|Description:||174 p. ; 21 cm.|
|Contents:||The misstatement of Catholic duty --
Catholic duty reconsidered --
The importance of the Catholic vote --
Catholic and pro-life --
Roe is wrong, but that's not the point --
So let me get this straight: you were for Romney, and now you're for Obama? --
Not just one way: Obama's optimistic truth of the human person --
Protecting life by deploying Catholics' best kept secret --
Life and the presumption against war --
Playing the nonnegotiable abortion card --
Butting into what is Caesar's? --
Obama as Catholic worker --
Is there a Catholic case for Roe? --
Of endorsement, excommunication, and thoughtful examination --
Obama's faith sustaining his audacious hope --
"To give or not to give": the archbishops and communion --
The Catholic voter: what would Tim Russert do? --
Paying the price of faith: communion denied --
The significance of faith for a man of hope --
Catholic and American --
Catholic officials and Catholic voters: when law and morality disagree --
Catholic judges --
Catholic legislative and executive policymakers --
Catholic moral reasoning redux.
|Other Titles:||Can a Catholic support Barack Obama?|
|Responsibility:||Douglas W. Kmiec ; introduction by Martin Sheen.|
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