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  • A sign asking voters to reject same-sex marriage is seen near the entrance to St. Joseph Church in Largo, Md., Nov. 3. Initiatives concerning same-sex marriage, which is opposed by the Catholic Church, are on the ballot in Maryland, Minnesota Washington and Maine. The archbishops of Washington and Baltimore have called on Catholics and supporters of traditional marriage to vote to overturn the new Maryland law legalizing gay marriage. (CNS photo/Nancy Phelan Wiechec) (Nov. 3, 2012)
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Election 2012 -- Obama, Romney to make their final case on last day of race

Election 2012 -- Obama and Romney Blitz Battleground States

Election 2012 -- Georgians swarm swing states for final election push

Election 2012 -- Chicago: Cardinal writes to priests prior to election

Breezy Point Catholics Meet For Mass After Hurricane Sandy, Taking 'Strength In Faith'

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Bombardment rocks Damascus, opposition meets in Qatar

Cleveland -- St. Emeric Catholic Church reopens after two and a half years in limboSt. Emeric Catholic Church reopens after two and a half years in limbo

Green Bay diocese found negligent Accused of concealing Feeney's past

Minn. gay marriage fight cuts deep for Catholics

Abortion issue galvanizes voters in battleground Ohio Religious activists are spurred to campaign in support of Republican Mitt Romney.

Pa. priest accused of taking $380K from parish/strong>

Abuja, Nigeria -- A total of 64 couples said their ‘I do’s’ in a mass wedding organized by the All Saints Catholic Church, Dutse on Wednesday as part of the parish’s commemoration of their feast day.

Egypt’s Copts pick new pope

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