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09/28/2012

Minnesotans to decide whether or not the Catholic church can buy an amendment

by Jeremy Hooper

I've certainly seen my share of Catholic overreaches. I've never seen anything quite as egregious as what the Catholic church is doing in Minnesota.

Here's but a small sample, provided by the MN Catholic Conference:

Archdiocese Marriage Amendment Letter Donation Appeal

Diocese of New Ulm Marriage Amendment Letter

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Diocese of Winona Marriage Amendment Letter

Two pages of marriage events across the state [MN Cath.]

Take Action! Five Ways to Support Marriage Between Now and Nov. 6 [MN Cath.]

Better luck next "culture war," homeless and hungry.

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