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Monday, February 10, 2014

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Ed Peters

Let's have a Stupid Headline contest. Here's mine

"American opinions at odd with trends"

Obaudire

How funny! I wrote about a similar subject on my website just yesterday. The point of mine though was a little different. I pondered, how would a polling agency actually get a group together which could represent a statistically significant number of the world's 1.2 billion Catholics. The poll I referenced in my post had a little over 12,000 respondents or 1/1000th of 1 percent of the world's Catholics. Even if all 12,000 were at odds with the Church, is that a a significant number? I wish all the polls about Catholics "at odds" with the Church would just go away. I know they won't, but I can dream, right?

quest

Polling church members? To decide matters tied to doctrinal policy. That seems democratic, not apostolic.

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