Jeb Bush, 20 Years After Conversion, Is Guided by His Catholic Faith

In The New York Times, Michael Paulson explores the importance of faith to potential 2016 presidential candidate Jeb Bush. “Twenty years after Mr. Bush converted to Catholicism, the religion of his wife, following a difficult and unsuccessful political campaign that had put a strain on his marriage, his faith has become a central element of the way he shapes his life and frames his views on public policy,” Paulson writes. Now, as the Republican primary approaches, Bush’s faith also functions as an appeal to evangelical voters.

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