The narrative that Catholics have abandoned the Democratic Party is largely unsupported by the data.
It’s more or less an article of faith that religious Americans, especially white Americans, have abandoned the Democratic Party. And indeed, a new survey from the Public Religion Research Institute confirms that the Republican and Democratic Parties are drifting further apart in terms of religious affiliation.
Charles McCraryWhat is the place of the 1990s in American religious history? Another way to put it: what happened in the 90s that should be included in large narratives of American religious history? By now most of our students (and...
Republican gains in Tuesday's mid-term elections were helped by the inroads the party made into the biggest "swing faith" in the country -- the Catholic faith.
Former director of President Barack Obama's faith outreach efforts Michael Wear chastised his own party for failing to reach out to religious Americans and losing its understanding of how they think.
An ancient Catholic procession featuring hooded faithful and parades attracts thousand of tourists to a village in Italy’s south.