President Bush and Catholic Voters

Guests:

Mark Rozell
* Professor of Politics, Catholic University, Washington, DC

Deal Hudson
* Editor and Publisher of Crisis, a monthly Catholic magazine that focuses on politics, culture and the Church
* One of President Bush's Catholic advisers; he participates in the weekly White House conference calls with Catholic leaders (Thursday mornings at 11:00 a.m.)

Mara Liasson
*NPR's National Political Correspondent

Since taking office, President Bush has been eager to reach out to Catholic voters...a group that historically votes for Democratic candidates. But can Catholics be considered a single voting bloc or are their political views as diverse as the rest of society? Juan Williams talks with political analysts about President Bush and the Catholic vote.

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