by Patrick Appel

Timothy Kincaid posts a statement against anti-gay violence from the Vatican. It doesn't mention Uganda by name but Kincaid thinks the timing isn't a coincidence:

[E]ven though the Catholic Church does not have the courage or integrity to directly oppose Uganda’s proposed legislation by name nor the moral character to oppose the criminalization of homosexuality in general, I do welcome this very powerful voice to the chorus who oppose draconian laws such as the one proposed.

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