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Anti-Catholic prejudice accepted by society

10:23 PM, Nov. 14, 2012  |  Comments
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I couldn't help but notice that no one seemed to have a problem with the Billy Graham Crusade buying full-page ads in newspapers throughout the country in support of the same issues that Bishop David Ricken wrote about in a pastoral letter that was presented only in the churches and publications of his diocese.

I also noted that the Freedom From Religion organization has challenged the tax-exempt status of the diocese of Green Bay because of Ricken's words but has said nothing about those of Billy Graham's. It would appear that anti-Catholicism still remains the last socially acceptable prejudice in America.

Gary R. Truckey

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