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Video: Springfield Bishop doesn't want homosexuality seen as 'a good thing'; thinks SCOTUS should've followed his personal faith view

by Jeremy Hooper

Springfield, IL, Bishop Thomas Paprocki, like so many of our nation's bishops, continues the effort to alienate the majority of his own church by overextending his personal theological condemnations and suggesting that his view as unmarried, childless, religious leader who subscribes to one of the many varied faith positions should be persuasive enough to guide our nation's highest court of *CIVIL* (i.e. not canonical) law. Clip is cued:

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