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11/03/2011

Cordileone writes 905 words; all to say: 'Catholicism should guide us all'

by Jeremy Hooper

Bishop Salvatore Cordileone is widely credited as "The Father of Proposition 8." Cordileone worked with the then nascent National Organization For Marriage during the earliest of early organizational stages, as evidenced by this February 2008 NOM memo. Those involved with Prop 8 say, quite plainly, that we would not have seen such a nasty measure, had it not been for this one man.

So it's not surprising that this same man, now the "Defense of Marriage" chair at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, is trying to working his magic on federal DOMA:

Cordileone to Senate Judiciary Committee DOMA Nov 2 2011

You're next, birth control!

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