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April 27, 2005


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Prof. Yabut

-- while clergy are concerned with sin and redemption --

You forgot to say "and with making sure that nothing undermines the authority of the Church as an institution by making it look bad (a/k/a 'covering our butts')."


Let this be a lesson; never discuss religion, politics or sex on a blog.

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