Mitt Romney gets Cardinal Dolan to bless the Republican convention after his nomination next week.
But he and President Obama get nixed by Rick Warren. Warren says they can’t come to his Saddleback church forum because he is shocked, shocked that politics is so nasty.
It seems like Romney wants to focus on the economy anyway.
And though he is still listed as an invited speaker, Dolan won’t be speaking at the conservative Values Voter Summit next month.
“He has not received an invitation as far as we can tell,” Dolan’s spokesman, Joseph Zwilling, told RNS. “In any event, he is not going.”
Could we see the return of the labor priest?
Are we seeing the return of old-fashioned nuns?
A candidate for sheriff in New Hampshire assures voters he’ll use deadly force against doctors if they provide legal abortions for women.
The Todd Akin controversy over rape and abortion isn’t prompting second thoughts from pro-lifers on their beliefs.
Where did Akin’s rape remarks come from? Here.
Conservative groups see a “relentless onslaught” against religious people and institutions.
Michelle Obama is to visit the families of the Sikh shooting victims today.
Prompted by the shootings and the burning of a mosque in Missouri, Sojourners is starting a billboard campaign to remind people of the Gospel injunction about loving your neighbor.
Good for the Jews: Chicago White Sox third baseman Kevin Youkilis says he will play for Israel at the World Baseball Classic.
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