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Georgetown alumni leader serves on gay-rights panel

Catholic World News - July 07, 2011

Scott Walter, a Georgetown University graduate, is bemused by the controversy that erupted at Notre Dame over the discovery that a member of the school’s governing board had donated to a pro-abortion group. (The Notre Dame board member ended the controversy by resigning.) At Georgetown, he points out, Melissa Bradley (class of 1989) sits on the governing board of the university’s alumni association, and also on the board of the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund. Until now, the apparent conflict in her affiliations has drawn no public comment.

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  • Posted by: TheJournalist64 - Jul. 07, 2011 7:32 PM ET USA

    We have to encourage all Catholic publications and websites to do two things: first, refer to "natural marriage," not "traditional marriage." Second, spell out the word "homosexual" every time it should appear, and avoid the misuse of the word "gay." Let's call a spade a spade.

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