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What would Jesus cut?

An unusual coalition of Christian leaders met with the President about the debt-ceiling pleading with him not to balance the budget on the backs of

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The hypocrisy of Archbishop Dolan

Dolan insists that marriage between a man and a woman is “hard-wired” by God and nature. But the church refuses to acknowledge that homosexuality may be hard-wired by God and nature as well, and is not a lifestyle choice.

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Flag and faith: flags in sanctuary

As Christians, I do believe that we are called to be patriotic and to perform our civic duty. I see nothing incompatible with a patriotic Catholic who has pride in his/her country. But in the physical space of the Mass, in that sacred place, our country is heaven and our allegiance is to God.

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Long Island bishop supports marriage equality

It would be a blessing if New York were to allow loving, committed gay and lesbian couples to be married. We call on the Legislature to pass this legislation for the good of these couples and for the good of our great State. ~Diocese of Long Island

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