Organized Religion, The Jewish Vote, And Matthew McConaughey

The cross on the steeple of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Henryville, Ind. A recent Gallup poll says only 44 percent of Americans have "great confidence" in organized religion. i i

The cross on the steeple of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Henryville, Ind. A recent Gallup poll says only 44 percent of Americans have "great confidence" in organized religion. Michael Conroy/AP hide caption

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The cross on the steeple of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Henryville, Ind. A recent Gallup poll says only 44 percent of Americans have "great confidence" in organized religion.

The cross on the steeple of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Henryville, Ind. A recent Gallup poll says only 44 percent of Americans have "great confidence" in organized religion.

Michael Conroy/AP

In this week's podcast of weekends on All Things Considered, a look at organized religion, and the Jewish vote. Plus, making the Olympics sound just right, Olympics' music mash-up, and the Olympics party-pooper, writer Ian Sinclair. Also, DJ Betto Arcos, Matthew McConaughey, and singer Mozella.

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