Roman Catholics and Evangelicals Move Apart in Their Political Priorities

NPR’s Tom Gjelten reports, “Roman Catholics and evangelicals, two Christian groups that have had overlapping political priorities in the past, find their agendas diverging in the era of President Trump and Pope Francis.” From abortion to immigration, Catholic and evangelical leaders have taken their congregations in different directions. Gjelten writes that evangelicals are taking the lead from Catholics on anti-abortion efforts while Catholics have been more critical than evangelicals of Trump’s stance on immigration.

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