As Fox News is the cable news station of choice for most Evangelical Christians, this information may be of interest to you.
Rupert Murdoch: The 81 year old founder, chairman and CEO of Fox News holding company News Corporation was dubbed a Knight of the Order of Saint Gregory the Great by Pope John Paul II.
Roger Aisles: According to Newsmax, the CEO of Fox News has not officially converted to Catholicism, but he attends mass every Sunday with his Catholic wife.
Bill O’Reilly: The man who is looking out for you is a self-professed Roman Catholic. So is his regular substitute host, Laura Ingraham. So is regular Monica Crowley.
Sean Hannity: The Irish conservative commentator is of course, Roman Catholic.
The Fox Morning Team: Both Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade are Roman Catholics.
Megyn Kelley: Roman Catholic.
The Five: Four out of five ain’t bad. Bob Beckel, Dana Perino, Eric Bolling and Greg Guttfeld are all Roman Catholic.
Kimberly Guilfoyle: The host of “The Lineup” is a Roman Catholic.
Judge Jeannine Pirro is a Roman Catholic.
Brett Baier: the host of Special Report is a very active Roman Catholic. He attended Catholic Marist High School in Atlanta and attends church at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Georgetown.
Alysin Camerota: If you wake up early Saturday morning, the co-host of Fox and Friends weekend edition is Roman Catholic.
Juan Williams: According to NNDB (the only website to indicate any religious affiliation for Juan), he is Roman Catholic.
Father Jonathan Morris: The highest profile Fox News Religion Contributor is of course, Roman Catholic. The collar kind of gives it away.
Does this mean that there is a Fox News Catholic conspiracy? No. What it means is that the news channel of choice for most Evangelicals, isn’t. Remember that the next time you tune in.