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Catholic bishops urge parishes not to cooperate with Texas Right to Life

February 23, 2018

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CWN Editor's Note: The Catholic bishops of Texas have requested that parishes cease cooperating with Texas Right to Life, citing what the bishops see as the group’s unacceptable political approach. The bishops point to the group’s “rejection of incremental pro-life reforms,” and its criticism of statements from the state’s bishops.

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  • Posted by: feedback - Feb. 23, 2018 6:22 PM ET USA

    That is unusually strong reaction from the Bishops. Having read the story from Dallas News, I could not see clear explanation of the Bishops' objection. However, I wish they were as strong in denouncing Fr. Martin and his homosexual agenda.