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Should Families Discuss Religion and Politics at the Dinner Table?

Nov 07, 2016 by

We're in a heated election year and the holidays are fast approaching. Conventional wisdom says there are two topics that should never be discussed at the dinner table, especially not at large family gatherings such as Thanksgiving and Christmas: religion and politics.

We asked Fr. Leo Patalinghug, author of Grace Before Meals and founder of a world-wide family meal apostolate, what he has to say about this common belief.  Watch below!

Will your family be discussing religion and politics during the holidays this year?  Please share with our readers in the comments below!

Should Families Discuss Religion and Politics at the Dinner Table? Fr. Leo Patalinghug answers

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