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By Diogenes (articles ) | Feb 09, 2004

The Boston archdioces has thrown its full support behind a constitutional amendment to protect marriage in Massachusetts.

So we can safely assume that no pastor in the Boston archdiocese would use his pulpit to oppose that amendment.

Can't we?

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  • Posted by: principle not pragmatism - Feb. 10, 2004 6:19 PM ET USA

    We haven't heard from Father Bullock or Father Cuenin yet, or the Jesuit Father Keating. We know the way they think. I hope they will speak up and maybe give grounds for their defrocking.

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