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By Fr. Rutler (articles ) | Aug 05, 2003

Progressivists get angry when Catholics approve genetically-altered vegetables, but applaud when Episcopalians approve genetically-altered bishops.

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  • Posted by: Pseudodionysius - Aug. 06, 2003 9:07 AM ET USA

    Too many bishops in Canada and the US, genetically altered or otherwise I have no idea, are well past the expiry date. The smell is starting to attract the attention of many. It is well nigh time to clean out the refrigerator.

  • Posted by: Psalms - Aug. 05, 2003 5:34 PM ET USA

    In your poll yesterday, you asked if the bishops should inpose public discipline on prominent catholics who defy Church teachings. How can bishops even think of doing something like that when they don't condemn their own for defying Church teachings. It's the old saying: if you point a finger at someone, remember, that three fingers are pointing back at you.

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