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Catholic leaders decry mandate

By Jeremy C. Fox
Globe Correspondent / June 26, 2012
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The archbishop of Boston and Catholic lay leaders called on the faithful Monday night to join in the public debate over government policies they say force Catholic institutions to choose between living the tenets of their faith and fulfilling the church’s call to provide services to the needy. In a forum broadcast on the CatholicTV network Monday night from Watertown, Cardinal Seán P. O’Malley spoke out against government policies that violate Catholic teachings but do not include a religious exemption.

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