(CNS photos: Bob Roller, Joshua Roberts, Reuters) 
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Mr. Bannon said he believes the Catholic Church has been “terrible” to Mr. Trump on the issue of immigration.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, seen here at a San Francisco appearance on Aug. 29, was one of three Democrats who questioned judicial nominee Amy Coney Barrett about her Catholic beliefs. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)
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Michael J. O’LoughlinSeptember 07, 2017
Three Democratic senators had pointed questions about the Catholic faith of judicial nominee Amy Coney Barrett.
Lin Barton surveys the damage at the marina in Rockport where he has lived and worked. (Photos by Jan-Albert Hootsen)
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Jan-Albert HootsenSeptember 06, 2017
Residents of coastal towns return to find toppled RV’s, convenience stores without roofs and furniture scattered over the road.
Government officials joined Catholics and other citizens from across the country at a march against human trafficking on Aug. 26. (photo by Bishop José Luis Ponce de Leon)
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Russell Pollitt, S.J.September 06, 2017
Swaziland's police commissioner praised the Diocese of Manzini and Bishop José Luis Ponce de Leon for organizing marches to help in "the fight against crime."
Declan Conner, center, steers his family's fishing boat through their flooded neighborhood outside Houston Aug. 27. (Screenshot via Mark Mulligan on Twitter)
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Colleen DulleSeptember 06, 2017
Students took up the call to be “men for others” in the wake of the storm.
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Michael J. O’LoughlinSeptember 06, 2017
Back in 1991, close to nine in 10 Catholics in the United States were white. Today, that number is down to 55 percent—and that percentage will continue to drop.