Seattle parishioner defends archdiocesan support for marriage effort
CWN - April 19, 2012
In a guest op-ed piece of the Seattle Times, a lay Catholic explains why the archdiocese is right to support a bid for a referendum on the definition of marriage. “Every voter should have a voice—not just a few legislators!” reasons Richard Bray.
Bray goes on to say that he is proud to be a Catholic, and notes the long record of Church support for human rights and human dignity. The struggle to protect marriage is in keeping with that tradition, he says.
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