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01/29/2007

Pope condemning gay couples, take 9,856

by Jeremy Hooper

 Good As You Images Benedict-1 1Over the weekend, Pope Benedict once again took the opportunity to paint gay couples and the recognition of their relationships as outside of the borderlines of morality, with the pontiff reportedly warning against any sort of legal union "that human will could manipulate as it pleases, even depriving it of its heterosexual nature."

In a related story, this writer went to a bar mitvah on Saturday.

So what do these two religious-themed, yet dissimilarly-toned weekend activities have in common? Well, consuming the big load of bologna that's been put forth wouldn't be advised in either situation, as neither literal processed meat nor the Pope's figurative processed rhetoric are "kosher."

Pope again defends traditional family, says marriage of man and woman is indissoluble bond [AP via IHT]

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