Could President Biden’s Catholic Faith Be A Tool For Healing America?

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In this Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015 Vice President Joe Biden, right, and his wife Jill Biden, center, say goodbye to Pope Francis as he prepares to depart Philadelphia International Airport, in Philadelphia, on his way back to the Vatican. L’Osservatore Romano / Pool Photo via AP
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In this Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015 Vice President Joe Biden, right, and his wife Jill Biden, center, say goodbye to Pope Francis as he prepares to depart Philadelphia International Airport, in Philadelphia, on his way back to the Vatican. L’Osservatore Romano / Pool Photo via AP

Could President Biden’s Catholic Faith Be A Tool For Healing America?

President Joe Biden has never shied away from the importance of his Catholic Faith.

Reset takes a closer look at what it means to be a Catholic in the public square today compared to when John F. Kennedy was elected the first Catholic president in 1960.

GUESTS: Steven Millies, associate professor of public theology, director of the Bernardin Center at the Catholic Theological Union; author of the book Good Intentions: A History Of Catholic Voters’ Road From Roe To Trump