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02/08/2011

Video: Ruth brings USCCB's tune to Music City; at this Opry, gay equality's the phantom

by Jeremy Hooper

Jennifer Roback Morse, the Catholic head of the Catholic Ruth Institute (which is itself an affiliate of the Catholic National Organization For Marriage) is rallying even more young folks to use their Catholicism against, among other things, gay people's *CIVIL* marriage equality:

"Based on a pastoral letter from the USCCB"? That's great, when it comes to Our Lady of Ruth Institute's religious ceremony. But unless we were all craned into Vatican City while we slept, we're thinking that our CIVIL MARRIAGE EQUALITY conversation should abide by another document!

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