Vol. 21 No. 3 - Published by the Freedom From Religion Foundation, Inc. -
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The kind of community that we are [in Madison, Wis.] seems to indicate a high comfort level with virtually no public morality.
(New) Bishop Robert Morlino
Diocese of Madison, Wis.
Catholic Herald, Feb. 5, 2004
Being nice to people is, in fact, one of the incidental tenets of Christianity (as opposed to other religions whose tenets are more along the lines of "kill everyone who doesn't smell bad and doesn't answer to the name Mohammed").
March 3 column
Editor & Publisher, March 11, 2004
In Their Own Words
I am willing to write in my own blood that of all those who call themselves lesbian or gay, a maximum of five to ten percent are effectively lesbian or gay. All the rest are just sexual perverts. I demand you write that down.
Belgian Cardinal Gustaaf Joos, 80
Reuters, Jan. 21, 2004
I think George Bush is going to win in a walk. I really believe I'm hearing from the Lord it's going to be like a blowout election in 2004. The Lord has just blessed him. I mean, he could make terrible mistakes and comes out of it. It doesn't make any difference what he does, good or bad, God picks him up because he's a man of prayer and God's blessing him.
Rev. Marion (Pat) Robertson
"700 Club," Jan. 2, 2004
I think that dissent is the major cause of the sexual abuse crisis because it has loosened priests and laity alike from their core beliefs, and particularly the core beliefs about sexual morality.
Deal W. Hudson, editor
Washington Post, Sept. 9, 2003
April 2004 Excerpts