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By Diogenes (articles ) | Apr 28, 2003

Sorry, Phil, I couldn't find a bishop to back Santorum, though Roberta Combs of the Christian Coalition has gone to bat for him. A click on the bishops' website shows they are far from idle, however:

The Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) today finalized the route it will follow on its summer 2003 bike tour across America. The purpose of the trip is to focus attention on poverty in the United States and the need to promote permanent solutions toward breaking the cycle of poverty. Named Brake the Cycle of Poverty, the journey will begin on June 1, when a team of 20 cyclists will depart from San Francisco and travel through the following 12 states: California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Maryland. It will end on August 1 in Washington, DC

I can feel my awareness rising already.

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