Minnesota bishops launch campaign against same-sex marriage

by Shannon Lee
Minnesota bishops are asking fellow Catholics to support an anti-gay marriage campaign.
The campaign comes during political season, and encourages Catholics to contact their legislators regarding the issue.
The Winona Daily News reports that their legislation doesn't believe same-sex marriage is the biggest concern for voters right now, and mentions the state budget deficit as a more important issue.
The Archdiocese of Minneapolis and St. Paul has not yet commented on the matter, according to the Minnesota Independent.

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