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DETROIT, September 3, 2002 (LSN.ca) – The saga of parishioner response to an article in the bulletin of Detroit’s Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic church, supporting a pro-abortion politician, continues to build steam.  CNSNews.com reports that many of the parishioners plan to leave the parish as a result of the Aug. 4 article written by Rev. Doc Ortman.

As well, Nancy Restuccia of Canton, another Detroit suburb, led a protest Saturday at Cardinal Maida’s residence and joined other pro-life activists in delivering a letter to the cardinal Tuesday. CNS reports that Restuccia said her group decided on the public request because other communications to the cardinal were not responded to.  See the CNSNews story at https://www.cnsnews.com/Politics/archive/200209/POL20020903c.html

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