"I'm a product of Catholic education," Feinstein said. "I sat in doctrine classes for four years for five days a week."
"I've known many of the archbishops who have been in my community. We've had dinner together, we've spoken together over many, many decades and I've tried to be helpful to the Church whenever I could."
In her confirmation hearing, the Senator told Barrett that the "dogma lives loudly" within her, referring to her traditional Christian values.
"Your legal career is but a means to an end, and ... that end is building the kingdom of God," Barrett told a class of graduates in 2006. "[I]f you can keep in mind that your fundamental purpose in life is not to be a lawyer, but to know, love, and serve God, you truly will be a different kind of lawyer."
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