List of American Catholics

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This is a list of notable US citizens who are, or in the case of the dead were, members of the Catholic Church. All additions should be sourced. Ideally their being Catholics should have some relevance to their image or notability.

Arts and entertainment[edit]

Actors and actresses[edit]

Directors and filmmakers[edit]

Musicians and singers[edit]

Television and radio personalities[edit]

Athletics[edit]

American football[edit]

Baseball[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Boxing[edit]

Fencing[edit]

Figure skating[edit]

Golf[edit]

Gymnastics[edit]

Ice hockey[edit]

Skiing[edit]

Soccer (association football)[edit]

Speed skating[edit]

Swimming[edit]

Track and field[edit]

Academia and literature[edit]

Authors and editors[edit]

Professors and university presidents[edit]

Businesspeople[edit]

Clergy and religious[edit]

Bishops[edit]

Priests[edit]

Religious order[edit]

Saints and Blesseds and Servants of God[edit]

Government[edit]

Governors[edit]

Mayors[edit]

Richard J. Daley and Richard M. Daley - mayors of Chicago [915][better source needed]

Judges and justices[edit]

Presidents and vice presidents[edit]

U.S. representatives[edit]

United States senators[edit]

Other government positions[edit]

Inventors and scientists[edit]

References[edit]

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  5. ^ "A Nice Not-Jewish Boy". The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles.
  6. ^ The Milwaukee Journal of January 27, 1976
  7. ^ Middlesboro Daily News of October 25, 1973
  8. ^ Sarasota Herald-Tribune – December 3, 1979
  9. ^ Obituary in The Pittsburgh Press of January 16, 1987
  10. ^ The Columbia Companion to American History on Film edited by Peter C. Rollins, pg 234
  11. ^ Obituary in The Palm Beach Post of April 1, 1986
  12. ^ The Key
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  14. ^ "Close-Up Film Interview – Steve Carell". Close-upfilm.com. Retrieved November 17, 2012. 
  15. ^ Schenectady Gazette – April 6, 1974:"an active member of the Catholic Big Brothers organization."
  16. ^ The Rochester Sentinel – October 2, 1993: "Carey also returned to practicing his Catholic faith and became a lay leader, rising to designation as Eucharistic minister, the highest secular title bestowed by the Church."
  17. ^ Los Angeles Times Obituary:"In his later years, Carey was active in the Roman Catholic Church and became a knight of the Holy Sepulchre and knight of Malta."
  18. ^ Hartford Courant – January 23, 1966
  19. ^ Christ Complex – Interview with actor Jim Caviezel – Gayle MacDonald; Globe and Mail, December 27, 2002
  20. ^ The Montreal Gazette of February 11, 1946
  21. ^ Father Hartke by Mary Jo Cook Santo Pietro and Gilbert V. Hartke, pgs 106 and 139–140
  22. ^ Details
  23. ^ Obituary in The Milwaukee Sentinel of May 17, 1961
  24. ^ Gary Cooper's Quiet Journey of Faith by Mary Claire Kendall in Forbes
  25. ^ "De Cordoba Heads Catholic Actors" in "The New York Times"
  26. ^ Obituary in the Toledo Blade of September 18, 1950
  27. ^ Heroes, Lovers and Others by Clara Rodriguez, pg 43
  28. ^ Schenectady Gazette – February 2, 1974
  29. ^ The Catholic Telegraph who in a 2006 interview with Msgr. James Lisante for the priest's TV show, "Personally Speaking," told of his fealty for Mary
  30. ^ Reuters
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  36. ^ The Catholic Herald
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  38. ^ Obituary in the Los Angeles Times
  39. ^ Obituary of Ann Sothern in "The Guardian" that mentions his role in her conversion
  40. ^ "Jimmy Fallon Wanted to be a Priest". Sacatholic.com. Retrieved November 17, 2012. 
  41. ^ The New York Times: "Then we'll valiantly attempt to get our five children to church on time at St. Patrick's Old Cathedral."
  42. ^ The Washington Post's "On Faith" blog
  43. ^ Mlive "but my wife's really Catholic. She's like a Shiite Catholic,"
  44. ^ National Catholic Register interview
  45. ^ The Guardian
  46. ^ Clarkson, Wensley (1993). Mel Gibson: Living Dangerously. New York: Thunder's Mouth Press. p. 125. 
  47. ^ "Star Spotlight: Selena Gomez". Scholastic.com. September 26, 2008. Retrieved November 17, 2012. 
  48. ^ The Press-Courier – November 10, 1967
  49. ^ The Making of the Wizard of Oz, pg 176: "What Haley had in abundance was a strong Catholic sense of morality and sin
  50. ^ Hevesi, Dennis. "Helen Hayes Is Remembered in Church She Loved", The New York Times, March 21, 1993, p.45
  51. ^ Eugene Register-Guard – July 7, 1966
  52. ^ Obituary in Ocala Star-Banner of March 17, 1975
  53. ^ New Georgia Encyclopedia
  54. ^ "Selena Gomez's former Disney co-star says Catholic faith keeps him from falling into Hollywood's wildness". Christian Post. 2014-07-24. Retrieved 2015-07-09. 
  55. ^ The Free Lance-Star – January 21, 2001: "Nobody asked Catherine either, and she's a lifelong, quite devout Catholic."
  56. ^ "Pittsburgh Catholic Newspaper – News and Features". Pittsburghcatholic.org. April 26, 2013. Retrieved May 2, 2013. 
  57. ^ "Katie Holmes Returns To Catholic Church". Huffington Post. July 9, 2012. 
  58. ^ "Vanessa Hudgens: 'My young fans have put me off having kids!' – 3am & Mirror Online". Mirror.co.uk. August 2, 2009. Retrieved November 17, 2012. 
  59. ^ Obituary in The Guardian
  60. ^ The Pittsburgh Press of May 8, 1964
  61. ^ AP via The Tuscaloosa News of February 20, 1949
  62. ^ The Catholic Telegraph
  63. ^ CBN interview
  64. ^ UPI
  65. ^ "After 2 Years of Struggle, Ann Jillian's Story Is Told" by Stephen Farber in The New York Times of January 02, 1988
  66. ^ Miracle Mama by Marjorie Rosen in the September 16, 1991 issue of People: "In their 15-year marriage, they had never used contraceptives—Jillian is a devout Catholic—yet she had never conceived."
  67. ^ Catholic Diocese of Pueblo Foundation
  68. ^ Interview in "Catholic Canada"
  69. ^ Article in "First Things" concerning the Ukrainian Greek Catholic by Tim Kelleher
  70. ^ The Glasgow Herald – January 19, 1976
  71. ^ The Vindicator – January 14, 1993: "She is an ardent Roman Catholic..."
  72. ^ Gettysburg Times – March 13, 1996: "if I didn't have that religious core – that base to turn to – I would be truly lost"
  73. ^ Sittenfeld, Curtis (December 31, 2014). "Profile: Ellie Kemper, star of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt". Vanity Fair. A practicing Catholic, Kemper married [Michael] Koman at New York’s Church of the Blessed Sacrament. 
  74. ^ Cutler, Jacqueline (May 5, 2010). "Celebrity Scoop: Ellie Kemper". Zap2it. Archived from the original on February 19, 2014. 
  75. ^ Dan McAloon (June 9, 2006). "Kidman wedding in Australia seen as spiritual homecoming". Retrieved October 17, 2007. 
  76. ^ Dickerson, James L. Nicole Kidman, Citadel Press, 2003, p.1
  77. ^ "Made in His" Image site
  78. ^ Obituary in The Deseret News of August 22, 1932
  79. ^ Actors and American Culture, 1880 – 1920 by Benjamin McArthur, pg 46
  80. ^ The Cambridge Guide to Theatre edited by Martin Banham, pg 624
  81. ^ "Ali Landry Welcomes Son Valentin Francesco". People Magazine. July 11, 2013. Retrieved July 12, 2013. 
  82. ^ Black American Literature Forum Article
  83. ^ Newsday "A staunch Catholic, she gets to work, arranging for a pair of tickets to AMAS' current show, "Paris '31," for some priests."
  84. ^ Lifetime Honors – National Medal of Arts
  85. ^ "The Catholic Channel - Weekly Schedule". www.siriusxm.com/thecatholicchannel. 
  86. ^ "The Christophers". www.christophers.org. 
  87. ^ "'Housewives' Catholic star Neal McDonough fired, refused sex scenes". www.IrishCentral.com. 
  88. ^ Thompson, Paul (April 1, 2010). "Former Desperate Housewives star Neal McDonough 'fired from TV series for refusing to film sex scenes". www.dailymail.co.uk (London). 
  89. ^ CBS
  90. ^ Gettysburg Times – January 12, 1963
  91. ^ Ebony of May 1960
  92. ^ Rapkin, Mickey (June 2, 2010). "Jay Mohr: Author, Catholic, Lisa Minnelli defender". GQ. Retrieved January 9, 2011. 
  93. ^ Condran, Ed (April 7, 2009). "Jersey's Jay Mohr returns to this roots for two stand-up shows". Courier News. Retrieved January 9, 2011. The first is about fatherhood, and the other print project is about his conversion to Catholicism. "I went from being a Presbyterian to the Catholic church," he said. 
  94. ^ "Back For Mohr". Atlantic City Weekly. February 2, 2011. Retrieved April 27, 2011. 
  95. ^ Scheller, Christine (September 19, 2011). "‘Machine Gun Preacher’ Poses Tough Questions". Urban Faith. Retrieved August 17, 2015. 
  96. ^ http://www.boomsbeat.com/articles/21395/20150612/50-fun-facts-missed-actress-michelle-monaghan.htm
  97. ^ Shearer, Stephen Michael (2006). Patricia Neal: An Unquiet Life. University Press of Kentucky. p. 329. 
  98. ^ Me and Miss Neal, The Globe and Mail, August 13, 2010
  99. ^ NPR
  100. ^ Revel with a Cause by Stephen E. Kercher, pg 136
  101. ^ Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – October 15, 1973
  102. ^ Obituary in the Lodi News-Sentinel of October 19, 1983
  103. ^ Obituary in the Los Angeles Times
  104. ^ "Special Collectors' Issue: 50 Greatest TV Stars of All Time". TV Guide (December 14–20). 1996. 
  105. ^ Vanity Fair: "But I'm a Canadian Catholic woman, so I'm hardwired to apologize."
  106. ^ Herald Extra
  107. ^ Daily Express
  108. ^ Rypka, Marsala (December 2009) With Chazz Palminteri at the Wayback Machine (archived November 25, 2010). luxurylv.com
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  110. ^ Daily Mail
  111. ^ "Leah Remini on embracing Catholicism after Scientology: 'To me it's what religion is supposed to be'". People (Time Inc.). November 4, 2015. 
  112. ^ Catholic Online
  113. ^ The National Catholic Register
  114. ^ http://hollowverse.com/denise-richards/
  115. ^ "Actor Mickey Rourke "saved" by his Catholic faith". CathNews. October 7, 2005. Retrieved January 13, 2009. 
  116. ^ "Mickey Rourke Saved By Priest". FemaleFirst. October 7, 2009. Retrieved May 8, 2010. 
  117. ^ "'Saved By Priest and his catholic faith' says Hollywood actor Mickey Rourke". CNA. Retrieved May 8, 2010. 
  118. ^ Church of the Good Shepherd
  119. ^ U-T San Diego of June 9, 2004: Schwarzenegger, who grew up Catholic, now attends St. Monica Catholic Church in Santa Monica.
  120. ^ O'Sullivan, Charlotte (August 29, 2003). "The girl with a thorn in her side". The Independent (London). 
  121. ^ "Chloe Sevigny is uncomfortable filming sex scenes". starpulse.com. February 27, 2006. 
  122. ^ Gross, Terry (March 2, 2010). "Plenty of 'Big Love' for HBO star Chloë Sevigny". National Public Radio (NPR). 
  123. ^ Rome News-Tribune for March 8, 1992: "And Miles is Jewish, and I'm Catholic. But in a lot of ways, that's similar."
  124. ^ "University of Notre Dame Archives: ND Quick Facts: Laetare Medal Recipients". Retrieved June 13, 2009. 
  125. ^ "Catholic Actor Martin Sheen Defends Pro-Gay Marriage Stance; Says Church Isn't God". Christian Post. 
  126. ^ Catholics and Politics by Kristin E. Heyer, Mark J. Rozell, and Michael A. Genovese, pg 186
  127. ^ BBC obituary
  128. ^ "Tom Sizemore Rebuilds Foundation With Plenty of Hard Work". Rock N Roll Ghost. 
  129. ^ Harmetz, Aljean (October 11, 1987). "Ann Sothern Dauntless". The New York Times. Retrieved January 6, 2013. 
  130. ^ Schultz, Margie (1990). Ann Sothern: A Bio-Bibliography. Greenwood Publishing Group. ISBN 0-313-26463-5
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  132. ^ Catholic Online. "'Rocky' Stallone back in church as new movie in theaters". Catholic.org. Retrieved September 4, 2010. 
  133. ^ Article in People Magazine
  134. ^ Article at the Los Angeles Times
  135. ^ Matranga, Stuart. "Paige Turco Interview from Stuff Magazine 2003". Stuff Magazine. Retrieved 2007-03-21. 
  136. ^ Obituary in the Prescott Evening Courier of July 4, 1940: Father J. P. Concannon praised Turpin as a "fine member of his church, strong in his faith."
  137. ^ "Sunday – Catholic Magazine". Sunday.niedziela.pl. Retrieved November 17, 2012. 
  138. ^ "The religion of Mark Wahlberg, singer and film actor". Adherents.com. Retrieved October 27, 2008. 
  139. ^ "The religion of John Wayne, actor". Adherents.com. Retrieved October 20, 2008. 
  140. ^ Obituary in the Toledo Blade of December 3, 1969
  141. ^ Retta Blaney (1 January 2003). Working on the Inside: The Spiritual Life Through the Eyes of Actors. Rowman & Littlefield. pp. 77–. ISBN 978-0-7425-3319-6. 
  142. ^ Charisma: "The charismatic Roman Catholic also is a man of fervent faith in God and has a deep compassion for humanity."
  143. ^ Eugene Register-Guard – August 15, 1976
  144. ^ Obituary at Catholic Online: In 1962, she received the then-College of Steubenville's Poverello Medal, its highest nonacademic award, for her support of many charities, her work with the "Hour of St. Francis" program, and her contributions to the rosary crusade and Family Theater.
  145. ^ Article in the St. Petersburg Times of October 9, 1955 that mentions her conversion
  146. ^ Obituary from the Telegraph
  147. ^ Lowe, Denise (2005). An Encyclopedic Dictionary of Women in Early American Films, 1895–1930. Psychology Press. p. 585. ISBN 0-7890-1843-8. 
  148. ^ Church of the Good Shepherd: Our History
  149. ^ Our Sunday Visitor
  150. ^ Entertainment Weekly
  151. ^ American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives
  152. ^ Thomas Patrick Doherty (20 August 2013). Hollywood's Censor: Joseph I. Breen and the Production Code Administration. Columbia University Press. p. 215. ISBN 978-0-231-51284-8. 
  153. ^ UCLA Film & Television Archive
  154. ^ p. 430 Senn, Bryan Golden Horrors 1996 McFarland
  155. ^ Interview at First Things
  156. ^ "A Cranky Catholic". Christianity Today. Retrieved November 17, 2012. 
  157. ^ Catholic Online
  158. ^ CMG Booking
  159. ^ Saskatoon Star-Phoenix – July 6, 1961
  160. ^ Christianity Today
  161. ^ Rahner, Mark (June 26, 2007). ""Sicko", new Michael Moore film, takes on the health-care system". The Seattle Times. Retrieved June 30, 2007. 
  162. ^ Elliott, David (June 29, 2007). "Moral outrage, humor make up Michael Moore's one-two punch". SignOnSanDiego. Retrieved June 30, 2007. 
  163. ^ After Image: The Incredible Catholic Imagination of Six Catholic American Filmmakers, Robert A. Blake, Loyola Press, 2000, p. 25
  164. ^ The Evening Independent of August 26, 1960
  165. ^ AP obituary via The Milwaukee Journal of January 10, 1961
  166. ^ Obituary in The Christian Science Monitor
  167. ^ Obituary in the Los Angeles Times
  168. ^ Romaine, James (November 12, 2003). "Transubstantiating the Culture: Andy Warhol's Secret". Godspy. Retrieved January 5, 2009. 
  169. ^ "Show unveils Andy Warhol's Catholic, abstract side" from Reuters
  170. ^ a b http://jam.canoe.ca/Music/Artists/S/Slayer/2006/07/09/1675183.html
  171. ^ Interview at Christianity Today
  172. ^ LIFE 23 April 1956
  173. ^ Down Beat
  174. ^ "Rediscovering Dave Brubeck | With Hedrick Smith". PBS. Retrieved November 17, 2012. 
  175. ^ Texas Zydeco by Charles Roger Wood
  176. ^ Obituary in the Eugene Register-Guard of December 20, 1987
  177. ^ CABARET REVIEW by Stephen Holden in The New York Times of February 13, 1995
  178. ^ Obituary in the Cincinnati Enquirer of July 6, 2002
  179. ^ The Milwaukee Sentinel – January 27, 1956
  180. ^ Obituary in The Telegraph-Herald of May 14, 2001
  181. ^ Reuters India: "Before the Mass, a 'Concert of Hope,' headlined by performer Harry Connick Jr., warmed up the crowd by jazzing up some hymns."
  182. ^ "5 Minutes with Harry Connick Jr.". Christianity Today. Retrieved August 24, 2009. : "I'm a practicing Catholic, but I don't necessarily think it's something people want to hear me talk about. But if I'm asked about it, I'll talk about it."
  183. ^ Going My Way by Ruth Prigozy and Walter Raubicheck
  184. ^ The Milwaukee Sentinel – August 26, 1969
  185. ^ Gainesville Sun – October 23, 1983
  186. ^ Spokane Daily Chronicle of January 23, 1948
  187. ^ Obituary for Dennis Day in The Vindicator of June 23, 1988
  188. ^ Official Site
  189. ^ Interview at Canada.com
  190. ^ Smith, Rob (April 11, 2011). "Death by Power Ballad: Styx, "Show Me the Way"". Retrieved April 14, 2013. 
  191. ^ Catholic New World
  192. ^ National Catholic Register "I love the Church. It gives me great peace, great comfort, strength, power, vision and a wonderful, beautiful worldview."
  193. ^ "Runaround Catholic" in Publishers Weekly
  194. ^ MTV news
  195. ^ Patheos
  196. ^ St. Petersburg Times of January 29, 1953
  197. ^ AP obituary via The Youngstown Vindicator of March 20, 1980
  198. ^ "He Was an Evangelical Christian Until He Read Aquinas", National Catholic Register, December 19, 2006
  199. ^ Newnan Times-Herald – June 16, 2008
  200. ^ http://hollowverse.com/fergie/
  201. ^ Toledo Blade – July 16, 1994
  202. ^ Telegraph-Herald – May 11, 2000
  203. ^ L'ossaveratore Romano, Feb. 2010
  204. ^ Obituary in the Independent
  205. ^ "Historic Reflections from the Polish American Cultural Center Museum in Philadelphia, PA" (PDF). Polish American News. June–July 2009. Retrieved 27 July 2013. 
  206. ^ SFGate
  207. ^ Our Lady of the Pillar Catholic Church
  208. ^ Los Angeles Times
  209. ^ Chicago Tribune
  210. ^ New Zealand Herald
  211. ^ Malay Uncut:"I was born and raised a Roman Catholic and have recently returned to practising the faith of my youth." Ed K
  212. ^ Chicago Tribune
  213. ^ Obituary in the Rocky Mountain News
  214. ^ Knocking on Heaven's Door by Mark Oppenheimer, pgs 76 and 78
  215. ^ Billboard magazine of October 19, 1985
  216. ^ Bernhoft, Iain, "The Family that plays music together", National Catholic Register, Nov. 11, 2008.
  217. ^ http://www.ewtn.com/vondemand/audio/seriessearchprog.asp?pgnu=3&SeriesID=-6892323
  218. ^ The Victoria Advocate – December 20, 1959
  219. ^ The Bulletin – October 22, 1982
  220. ^ Billboard Magazine for January 6, 1962, pg 3
  221. ^ He identifies as Roman Catholic. — 40 Things You Didn't Know About Lil Wayne | Complex
  222. ^ Kelefa Sanneh (February 26, 2008). "Savoring a Moment in the Sun, Despite a Court Date". The New York Times. Retrieved December 2, 2010. Lil Wayne had three things to explain. No. 1, a religious confession: "I believe in God and his son, Jesus. Do you?" He interpreted the roar as an affirmative response. No. 2, a professional confession: He said he was nothing without the fans, adding, "Make some noise for what you created!" Noise was made. No. 3: Same as No. 2. More noise. 
  223. ^ The Post and Courier
  224. ^ Vietscape
  225. ^ Sun Journal – May 17, 1995
  226. ^ Boston Globe obituary
  227. ^ Memories Are Made of This: Dean Martin Through His Daughter's Eyes by Deana Martin and Wendy Holden
  228. ^ Catholic Answers focus
  229. ^ Unity Awards 2006
  230. ^ Crisis Magazine
  231. ^ The New York Times
  232. ^ Missionary Oblates
  233. ^ "Aaron Neville to receive honor from Notre Dame" in the Chicago Tribune of March 15, 2015
  234. ^ Berklee College of Music: In it he states "We are not a Christian rock band. I am a Catholic, but I don't use the music to proselytize; that's not what we are about."
  235. ^ Georgia Bulletin
  236. ^ Franciscan University of Steubenville article on his conversion
  237. ^ Kalamazoo Gazette
  238. ^ Catholic Digest
  239. ^ "Nicole Scherzinger is a devout catholic". Raidió Teilifís Éireann. August 16, 2011. Retrieved August 27, 2011. 
  240. ^ "Kate Smith Joins Catholic Church" in The Telegraph-Herald of August 1, 1965
  241. ^ Prial, Frank G. (June 18, 1986). "Kate Smith, All-American Singer, Dies at 79". The New York Times. Retrieved April 22, 2013. 
  242. ^ Catholic News Service
  243. ^ Christianity Today
  244. ^ Glory Days: Bruce Springsteen in the 1980s. Dave Marsh, 1987, pg. 88–89.
  245. ^ Editors, "Boss Talk," THE TABLET, February 25, 2012.
  246. ^ "Jo Stafford". The Daily Telegraph (London). July 17, 2008. Retrieved October 22, 2013. 
  247. ^ "Jo Stafford Weds Composer". Meridien Record. February 26, 1952. Retrieved October 22, 2013. 
  248. ^ Delaware County Daily Times obituary: "But in recent years, he often spoke about getting back to his faith, which was Roman Catholic."
  249. ^ MTV remembrance "I've always considered myself to be a Roman Catholic, but I've kind of gotten close to my faith because, as they say, there are no atheists in foxholes," he joked in our last interview.
  250. ^ Encyclopedia of Arkansas
  251. ^ Minneapolis Star-Tribune of August 19, 1995
  252. ^ Obituary in the Herald-Journal of December 5, 1996
  253. ^ Daytona Beach Morning Journal of March 5, 1960
  254. ^ Leonard Warren by Mary Jane Phillips-Matz: Pages 184–186 describe Peerce's strong Orthodox Judaism and how that inspired his disapproval of those, not just Warren, who converted from Judaism to other faiths. For his part Warren, perhaps unflatteringly, called Peerce a "fanatical Jew."
  255. ^ Not Dead & Not for Sale by Scott Weiland, pgs 23–24, and 197
  256. ^ Hot Press
  257. ^ Obituary at the Baltimore Sun: Mr. Welk, himself a Catholic, fired Mr. Lidell from the band after he announced his intention to remarry.
  258. ^ Mary Lou Williams Collection at Rutgers University
  259. ^ NPR
  260. ^ Notable American Women, pg 691
  261. ^ National Black Catholic Congress
  262. ^ Smithsonian Folkways
  263. ^ Philippine Daily Inquirer – June 10, 2002
  264. ^ The Washington Post
  265. ^ Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – February 6, 2006
  266. ^ Rothstein, Betsy (June 10, 2008). "A father's first Father's Day". The Hill. Capitol Hill Publishing Corporation. Retrieved June 12, 2011. 
  267. ^ Fox News Reporter Hired as Vatican Media Adviser by RACHEL DONADIO in the New York Times of June 24, 2012
  268. ^ 'Rock solid' St. Louis impacts Vatican communicator St. Louis Review, August 8, 2012.
  269. ^ "Romney playing to win with Catholic vote". Cable News Network. August 23, 2012. 
  270. ^ Jersey Man Magazine interview: "I know it sounds crazy, but originally I went to St. Bonaventure to be a priest."
  271. ^ St. Peter's College
  272. ^ Cote, David (June 9, 2005). "Joyce Words". Time Out New York. Archived from the original on August 20, 2006. Retrieved July 30, 2008.  Via the Internet Archive.
  273. ^ Catholic News Agency: "James Foley wrote a letter to his alma mater, Marquette University, a Catholic university in Wisconsin, about how he turned to prayer, specifically the Rosary, during his captivity, and how the prayers of family and friends also gave him strength."
  274. ^ PBS NewsHour
  275. ^ "Patricia Sheridan's Breakfast With ... Bill Hemmer" in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette for March 22, 2010
  276. ^ Palmatary, Donna (November 2000). "Bill Hemmer: CNN's Emmy-winning News Anchor". St. Anthony Messenger (AmericanCatholic.org). 
  277. ^ Obituary in the Daytona Beach Sunday News-Journal of January 9, 1978
  278. ^ Nielsen (July 15, 2008). "Jimmy Kimmel and Sarah Silverman end 5-year romance". Reuters. Retrieved May 20, 2010. 
  279. ^ "Jimmy Kimmel Biography". Yahoo! TV. Retrieved May 20, 2010. Jimmy Kimmel, was born on Nov. 13, 1967, in Brooklyn, NY to devoutly Catholic parents who made sure that Kimmel served as an altar boy... 
  280. ^ http://audioboo.fm/boos/1507811-purgatory
  281. ^ Pope rebukes conservative activist cardinal with demotion
  282. ^ White, Deborah. "Profile of Chris Matthews, Host of MSNBC's Hardball". About.com. Retrieved June 22, 2010. 
  283. ^ Matusow, Barbara. "The Conversion of Bob Novak", The Washingtonian, June 1, 2003.
  284. ^ Carter, Bill (April 30, 2010). "Conan O'Brien Opens Up About NBC Departure". The New York Times. 
  285. ^ America Magazine for June 20, 2012
  286. ^ "Regis Philbin Biography – Facts, Birthday, Life Story". Biography.com. August 25, 1931. Retrieved November 17, 2012. 
  287. ^ "Fulton J. Sheen – The Film". Sheenfilm.org. Retrieved November 17, 2012. 
  288. ^ It’s our faith that makes us who we are (2.26.10)
  289. ^ Interview from "Good Housekeeping":"We grew up Catholic," she says. "We've both found it a stabilizing force, a source of strength and comfort in our lives."
  290. ^ Tom Roeser: Conservative radio host wasn't afraid to speak his mind, Andy Grimm, Chicago Tribune, May 29, 2011
  291. ^ National Catholic Reporter obituary
  292. ^ Bell, Justin (2012-02-03). "How Lila Rose Became Pro-Life … and Catholic". National Catholic Register. Retrieved 2013-05-01. 
  293. ^ "For Catholics, an On-Air Mix of Sacred and Silly" by Paul Vitello in the July 13, 2008 edition of "The New York Times
  294. ^ Boston Globe: In a speech emphasizing Catholic values, "Meet the Press" anchor Tim Russert told the Boston College class of 2004 yesterday that their Jesuit education is a special gift, and also called for measures to prevent clergy abuse of children.
  295. ^ Catholic News Service (June 13, 2008). "Russert remembered for his fondness for church, faithfulness". Catholic News Service. Retrieved June 14, 2008. 
  296. ^ Canton Repository
  297. ^ Chmiel, David, "His Heart Belongs to Jersey", New Jersey Monthly, June 9, 2008. Retrieved 2009-11-16.
  298. ^ Catholic News Service
  299. ^ The Plain Dealer
  300. ^ Profile at "Crossing the Goal" website
  301. ^ "Beneath stubble is softer Bavaro" by JOHN EISENBERG in the January 24, 1991 issue of The Baltimore Sun:"I came back to Catholicism in college," he said. "There were times in my life, during high school, when I wasn't very happy with it. But, at Notre Dame, I came to understand what it means to be a Catholic. I'm aware of God in my life every day. I give thanks whether I'm in the end zone or my living room."
  302. ^ a b c d Fr. John Barry
  303. ^ Baltimore Sun
  304. ^ WBAL
  305. ^ "Gisele, Tom Brady Christen Baby Benjamin". US Magazine. June 23, 2010. Retrieved September 13, 2010. 
  306. ^ Catholic News Agency for March 30, 2013
  307. ^ Catholic Athletes for Christ bio
  308. ^ Pro Football Hall of Fame bio
  309. ^ Catholic New World
  310. ^ The New York Times Profile of Clemens: "Clemens, who is also churchgoing Catholic, wasn't cross."
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  498. ^ Cardinal Newman Society
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  599. ^ Interview at Ignatius Insight
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  601. ^ Interview at Ignatius Insight
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  627. ^ Arthur Preuss papers at the University of Notre Dame
  628. ^ Internet Archive
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