1. Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York becames a point man for Catholic objections to required coverage of contraception, sterilization and morning after drugs in Obamacare. — I was encouraged by Cardinal Dolan's prayer to close out the DNC meeting in Charlotte earlier this year. You can read that prayer and see the video here.
2. Fred Luter, first black president of the sprawling Southern Baptist Convention, who is expected to help the SBC become more racially diverse. — Again, the ethnic and racial landscape of denominations in America is changing...for the better.
3. Mark Basseley Youssef, an Egypt-born Christian whose work has been condemned by the Coptic Church, provoked rioting in the Muslim world with his film trailer "Innocence of Muslims." He was jailed in California on probation violations.
4. Mormon voters, who enthusiastically backed one of their own for president, acted in ways that helped overcome suspicions of them by other faiths. — There was much said about Mormonism in the months leading up to the election. Some was helpful, most was not.
5. Pro football quarterback Tim Tebow, whose book about his faith was on the best-seller list, inspired the term "Tebowing" for kneeling in prayer and led to polarized discussions about the role of faith in sports.
These lies are told every day all around our country, and people are believing them.