Bishop Barron a non-competitive causality

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Husband, Father of 5, Pastor
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1 Response to Bishop Barron a non-competitive causality

  1. Robert Ray Braun says:

    Como’s remarks were a very badly chosen set of words in the face of a large Orthodox Jewish group of people who were not cooperating with the city social distancing protocols. They told city officials that they trusted God more than worldly medical opinions. So the gathered en masse. Again a bad choice of words on Como’s part, our of frustration as a practicing Catholic..

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