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By Diogenes (articles ) | Jun 03, 2003

Remember "Always Our Children," the U.S. bishops' letter to parents of gays?

It is essential for you to remain open to the possibility that your son or daughter is struggling to understand and accept a basic homosexual orientation.

...etc., etc. Interestingly, Phoenix bishop Thomas O'Brien was responsible for the document.

Bishop Thomas J. O'Brien, the committee chairman, told bishops assembled for their November meeting in Washington that the letter, "Always Our Children," had generated an enormous amount of positive feedback since its release Oct. 1.

Nah, just a coincidence.

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