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05/08/2013

US Bishops, determined to alienate through distracting politics, launch national pro-discrimination bulletin

by Jeremy Hooper

This is to set drop in Catholic church bulletins across the nation over the next two months:

Bulletin Insert Marriage and the Supreme Court Spring 2013


[US Conference of Catholic Bishops]

Whether or not you want to be bound by the teachings of this church and this document is a personal choice. Whether or not you want to be bound by the shared law of this nation and its constitution is not a choice. This aggressive attempt to pit the personally-held choice of faith against the duly mandated obligations of citizenship is nothing short of un-American.

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