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Forum to tap views on religion, politics

By Erica Noonan
Globe Staff / April 22, 2007

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NEWTON -- Nearly a half century ago, presidential candidate John F. Kennedy had to persuade voters that his Catholic faith did not mean he would answer to the pope. In 2004, religion became an issue for another Catholic presidential candidate from Massachusetts, when the Vatican went so far as to urge priests to deny Holy Communion to John Kerry because ... (Full article: 501 words)

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