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04/08/2013

Ed Peters (father of NOM's Thomas Peters) says pro-gay Catholics can't take communion

by Jeremy Hooper

The son is the Communications Director for the National Organization For Marriage. The father is doing this:

Edward Peters, a Detroit professor and legal adviser to the Vatican, and the archbishop of Detroit, Allen Vigneron (pictured), are telling Catholics who support same-sex marriage that they are not welcome to take communion, the Detroit Free Press reports
Read more: Catholics Ordered to Skip Communion if They Back Gay Marriage [Towle]

Just more fuel for the ongoing debate: is a dogmatic interpretation a religious freedom a product of nature or nurture?

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