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By Alexander Watson, CNSNews, September 25, 2020

Attorney General William P. Barr. (Screenshot, NCPB)

(CNS News) — At the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast on Wednesday, a virtual, online event, Attorney General William Barr said that the “separation of church and state does not mean separation of religion and civics,” and added that “militant secularists” had used the “separation” claim to try to “drive religion from the public square.”

The attorney general further said that America’s cultural degeneration stemmed from a loss of “traditional morality,” and stressed that religion is the “strongest bulwark against tyranny.”

(To see video of the speakers, click here.)

Barr is a Catholic who attended Catholic schools as a boy. He is married and has three daughters. He first served as attorney general under President George H.W. Bush (1991-1993), and started as attorney general under President Trump in February 2019.  ….