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04/05/2012

Dolan's uncharitable outreach drives away Catholic Charities devotee

by Jeremy Hooper

The story at the following link is surely not the kind of thing most Catholics want to read a day before Good Friday and three days before Easter. But then again, most gay people don't want to hear about the war on equal rights that the Catholic leadership steers against us every single day of the year. So if we are forced to deal with that needless war, then we should feel duty-bound to remind the church and its leadership of the fallout.

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Joseph Amodeo writes:

In light of Archbishop Timothy Cardinal Dolan's comments directed at the LGBT community, I resigned from the Executive Committee of the Junior Board of Catholic Charities. By this action, I seek not to disparage the work of Catholic Charities, but to voluntarily remove myself as a leader with an organization under the pastoral leadership of Dolan. Below is an open letter that I sent to the Chief Development Officer and the staff person assigned to the Junior Board:
KEEP READING: When a Young Catholic Has Had Enough, He Resigns [HuffPo]

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