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Deniability

By Diogenes (articles ) | Oct 26, 2003

Stanford Espedal reports on Father John Gubbin's sermon at St. Gregory the Great Church in San Diego:

After Mass Father told me that while marriage should be for life, it should not be a life sentence. When a marriage becomes a prison, "it's time to cut bait and fish in another pond!" He warned me not to quote him or he'd deny it, or else say I didn't understand.

As a favor to St. Gregory the Great Church, to the Diocese of San Diego, and especially to Father Gubbins himself, please do not repeat his real views on the Sacrament of Matrimony.

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