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06/23/2006

'Forgive me father, for I have signed'

by Jeremy Hooper

365 Gay is reporting that Catholic churches in Colorado are going to be used to collect signatures for two anti-gay ballot measures, one that could ban same-sex marriage in the state constitution and another that could block benefits for gay couples.

However, now and in the future, just as in the past, we hear that no gay-friendly churches in the state will be used to ban Catholics from anything. But whatever -- if you guys wanna be that way, that's cool. We'll just go ahead and pray for unity despite this push for divisiveness, and hope for the best. Really, it's okay -- you shouldn't have second thoughts about using church time to collect ballot signatures, the likes of which would deeply hurt a large community of your state's citizens.

Honestly.

Colorado Catholics Instructed To Support Anti-Gay Amendment [365 Gay]

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