Here’s a new “Leading with Values” ad produced by Catholics for Obama featuring Sister Monica McGloin, a local member of the Dominican Sisters of Hope:

Tip, Cincinnati Enquirer.

McGloin is a state co-chair for Catholics for Obama, whose national board includes Sister Jamie Phelps, a frequent collaborator with the Catholic Social Action office for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Other locals noted in the Enquirer‘s story include Stephanie Beck Borden, a former field organizer for Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good and NETWORK; Paul De Marco, a lawyer who serves as a leader for Catholic Democrats; Bobby Nichols, a senior at Xavier University studying theology who “is heavily involved in the University’s Dorothy Day Center for Faith and Justice”; Deborah Rose-Milavec, co-director of an international non-profit college providing women’s and gender studies to women in developing regions of the world; and Christine Schroeder, a retired nurse in Cincinnati who “is very active with her parish community.”

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