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Michigan diocese restricts sacraments for transgender people

December 09, 2021

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CWN Editor's Note: The Diocese of Marquette, Michigan has instructed pastors that they should not administer the sacraments to people who identify as “transgender” unless those people have repented of their choice.

The diocesan policy forbids “transgender” people from receiving Communion, Baptism, or in most cases anointing. The policy was issued in July, but only recently became a focus of controversy.

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