2 CHURCHES, 1 CREED

The Associated Press
Paul Ryan, candidato a vicepresidente por el Partido Republicano, pronuncia un discurso durante la Convención Nacional Republicana en Tampa, Florida, el miércoles 29 de agosto de 2012. Ryan es el compañero de fórmula de Mitt Romney para las elecciones de noviembre.  (Foto AP/J. Scott Applewhite)
Paul Ryan, candidato a vicepresidente por el Partido Republicano, pronuncia un discurso durante la Convención Nacional Republicana en Tampa, Florida, el miércoles 29 de agosto de 2012. Ryan es el compañero de fórmula de Mitt Romney para las elecciones de noviembre. (Foto AP/J. Scott Applewhite)

Paul Ryan touched on his Catholic faith and Mitt Romney's Mormon faith in accepting the Republican nomination for vice president Wednesday night.

"Mitt and I also go to different churches. But in any church, the best kind of preaching is done by example. And I've been watching that example," Ryan said. "The man who will accept your nomination (Thursday) is prayerful and faithful and honorable. Not only a defender of marriage, he offers an example of marriage at its best. Not only a fine businessman, he's a fine man, worthy of leading this optimistic and good-hearted country.

"Our different faiths come together in the same moral creed," Ryan continued. "We believe that in every life there is goodness; for every person, there is hope. Each one of us was made for a reason, bearing the image and likeness of the Lord of Life."

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