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Most Read Politics Posts of 2009

It's that time of the year where we tend to reflect on news, ideas, and events of the past 12 months. Here are the top 10 most read blog posts from 2009 (You can see 2008's most read here). Readership piqued around the inauguration, but Newt Gingrich's conversion, President Obama's church attendance and Carrie Prejean also grabbed your interest.

1. Gingrich to Convert to Catholicism

2. Rick Warren's Inaugural Invocation

3. Gay Bishop Kicks off Celebrity-filled Event

4. Has Obama Chosen a Church?

5. Warren Affirms Obama's 'Desire to be President of Every Citizen'

6. A reference to research on embryos?

7. Miss California Says Racy Photos Posted to Mock Faith

8. PIC Apologizes for not Broadcasting Robinson's Prayer

9. Obama Surprises Church with a Visit

10. Obama Addresses Abortion, Religion, and Race at Notre Dame

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Posted:December 31, 2009 at 12:24PM
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