Paul Ryan, Romney pointedly announced, is ‘a faithful Catholic’ who ‘believes in the worth and dignity of every human life’
Topic: US presidential elections
Catholics for Romney surely now has lift-off, with the announcement as his vice-presidential candidate of a faithful and pugnaciously pro-life Catholic
Mormons live exemplary lives but their religion has nothing to do with Christianity
There are few Catholics in South Carolina, the reddest of red states, but that is changing fast
Dennis Sewell says most US voters reject the theory because of claims that it makes God and Christian morality redundant
Who is Rick Santorum, who nearly won the Iowa caucus? And can we trust the BBC to inform us about this or anything else in the US elections?
On Sundays Santorum goes to Mass in Latin; but the BBC Washington correspondent says he’s a Protestant. What else will he get wrong?
Michael Brendan Dougherty asks whether there will be a second act to Newt Gingrich’s mind-boggling political career