Dining With Drag Queens

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Crowds of protesters greeted the Pope during his recent London visit 

A Minnesota artist who plans to create a sculpture from over a million anti-gay marriage DVDs sent out by Catholic bishops has lost
her longtime job as Basilica of St. Mary's artist-in-residence. Lucinda
Nayor is bummed about her job but still hopes to create an art project that reflects "the love that is at the heart of the Catholic Church."

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"The whole gay
thing seems to be [Archbishop John] Neinstedt's personal vendetta and a
red herring taking us away from the real important issues...I wanted to respond with creativity and hope for an inclusive world
rather than with anger and hate. I mean somebody's got to break that
cycle... and it's a Christian's job to do it."

 

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