Geoffrey Farrow

former Pastor, St. Paul Newman Center

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Catholic priest; former pastor of St. Paul Newman Center in Fresno, California, which primarily serves the academic community at California State University Fresno

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In California next month, voters will be asked to overturn the  State Supreme Court's ruling  that gays and lesbians have the constitutional right to be married.

Priest at Odds with His Church over Gay Marriage

In California next month, voters will be asked to overturn the State Supreme Court's ruling that gays and lesbians have the constitutional right to be married.

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