A group of Nuns brings controversy and protest to downtown Marietta.
It's the Ohio "Nuns on a Bus" and they say it's not political but educational and influential.
"This is a day just for us to take the time to remember government affects peoples real lives," says one "Nuns on a Bus" supporter. "Poor people, people without insurance, those less fortunate than others and that's who the nuns stand for."
The Catholic Sisters did not mention any candidates by name and endorsed no political signs.
But a group stands opposite holding signs in support of pro-life and presidential candidate Romney, calling the nuns radical... hiding motives behind religion.
"I think unfortunately almost everything in our society has become political and incumbent upon us who have strong values both in the realm of politics and otherwise," says one protest or.
"I'm here to protest the bus load of nuns that are here," explains another protest or. "That they do not represent the Catholic church."
The sisters talk to the group about what they call a "faithful budget." They describe it as protecting the care for the vulnerable and poor.
They also make it known they are 100-percent pro-life. "Pro-life for us means that we do concern ourselves with living wage," explains one sister from "Nuns on a Bus, "just wage, decent health care, education, food, housing, and care for our seniors, medicare and other types of health care programs that are supportive."
Other Catholics, joined by more, stand opposite the Nuns in prayer, saying the group goes against real Catholic beliefs.