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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney pauses during a visit to St. Paul's Lutheran Church while campaigning in Berlin, N.H., on Dec. 22. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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Kay Clymer spends hours each day urging fellow Christians to vote. She finds their phone numbers through a database created by the company United In Purpose. Steve Brown/WOSU hide caption

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Rick Santorum signs Joe Boulus' apron at a Lenten fish fry Friday in Michigan. Mitt Romney is ahead of Santorum among Catholic voters in the state, despite the fact that Santorum is Catholic. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Mohamed El filali, of the Islamic Center of Passaic County, gathers with Muslim students and community leaders in Newark on Friday to address the monitoring of New Jersey Muslims by the NYPD. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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On Feb. 21 outside Bagram Airfield, Afghan demonstrators show copies of Qurans allegedly set on fire by U.S. soldiers at a NATO airbase outside Kabul. Shah Marai/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How To Properly Dispose Of Sacred Texts

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Monsignor William Lynn is charged with conspiracy and child endangerment for failing to act on reports of sex abuse in the Philadelphia archdiocese. Matt Rourke/AP Images hide caption

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Pa. Priest Faces Trial On Child Abuse Cover-Up

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Karen Johnson, from Linden, Ariz., supports the candidacy of Ron Paul. She says Mitt Romney shares her faith, but not her politics. Peter O'Dowd/For NPR hide caption

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Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome Listecki answers questions at a news conference Jan. 4 in St. Francis, Wis. Listecki said the Archdiocese of Milwaukee is directing its attorneys to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, saying that pending sexual abuse lawsuits have left it with financial claims that exceed its means. Morry Gash/AP hide caption

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Bankrupt Archdiocese Tries To Limit Abuse Claims

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Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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