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the new nuncio on gay pride

By Jeff (articles ) | Dec 17, 2005

Last spring, as an international gay pride march was being planned for Jerusalem, Archbishop Sambi called the event "a provocation to the Jews, Christians, and Muslims of Jerusalem and all over the world." He added, "This is a holy city for people who accept the Lordship of God on their life."

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  • Posted by: - Dec. 17, 2005 4:57 PM ET USA

    Well here is some good news to balance yesterday's bad news of the appointment of a new archbishop in San Francisco. Maybe the newarchbishop in San Francisco could quote the new nuncio at the next gay pride parade in San Francisco. I am not holding my breath.

  • Posted by: John J Plick - Dec. 17, 2005 10:31 AM ET USA

    Thank-you, Nuncio, for a clear concise statement with no equivocation.

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