Gallup starts trumpeting that Catholics are indistinguishable from the mainstream of America on moral issues. Only later on in the article do we see them distinguish between those Catholics (and non-Catholics) who actually go to church and those who don’t. And that graphic is interesting. Non-Catholics who go to church are more likely than church-going Catholics to oppose abortion. And pre-marital sex. And embryonic stem cell research. And homosexuality. It seems the only issue where going to a Catholic church makes a difference is in views on the death penalty–and even then, 52% of church-going Catholics support it.