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President Obama, who rarely attends public church services, turns often to a wide range of Baptists, Mainline Protestants, Catholics, Muslims and Jews for prayer and spiritual and moral discussion, according to a new report.

Obama prays on the phone with ministers from around the country, speaks often of the role of faith in public life, and quotes Christian theologians “to frame his policies in moral terms,” says Daniel Burke, writing for Washington, D.C.- based Religion News Service.

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