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Hillary Clinton answers a questions during the third presidential debate in Las Vegas last night (AP)

Hilary Clinton said the Government had no right to interfere with women’s personal decisions

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Inside the Democrats’ Trojan Horse

Leaked emails show that Clinton’s right-hand man helped create Catholic front groups to inspire ‘revolution’. The fall-out is only just beginning

Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Kentucky, president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, speaking at a news conference in Baltimore last year (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Archbishop Kurtz made the remarks in response to the controversies blighting the US Presidential campaign

Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani leaves Trump Tower in New York on Sunday (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle)

The former New York mayor said that people can change following video backlash

Archbishop Charles Chaput amongst the bishops taking time to study the Pope's teachings (CNS)

Archbishop Charles Chaput said the two major candidates were ‘deeply flawed’ in a lecture at the University of Notre Dame

Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump (AP)

Hispanic Catholics are solidly behind Hilary Clinton but white members of the faithful are split on whether to support her or her Republican rival

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (PA)

Mother Teresa persuaded Clinton to open a home for orphaned children, and we should follow the feisty nun’s example