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re: Bishop vs. VOTF

By Domenico Bettinelli, Jr. (articles ) | Apr 02, 2003

To be fair, Diogenes, I think the Boston Herald oversimplified a bit. What the archdiocesan spokesman implied was that by encouraging Boston Catholics to boycott the Cardinal's appeal and instead give to the VOTF Fund so that they could attach strings to it, VOTF is making itself a middleman between the bishop and his flock. That's the real problem.

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