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Cardinal says some officials to be denied honors

By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / March 4, 2005

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NEWTON -- Catholic bishops are about to begin a series of meetings with leaders of Catholic colleges, hospitals, and social-service agencies to discuss the most effective way to withhold honors from politicians who support abortion rights or have other major doctrinal differences with the church, an influential American cardinal said last night at Boston College. (Full article: 591 words)

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