Catholic bishops in Garden State try to rally anti-marriage troops

09/22/2009 | Times (Trenton, N.J.), The

New Jersey's Catholic bishops, in advance of a potential marriage-equality vote by legislators after the November election, have released an anti-marriage-rights letter as part of a drive to get parishioners involved. However, Steven Goldstein, chairman of the 875,000-member Garden State Equality, said the marriage movement has its "strongest support ... from people of faith and houses of worship."

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