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Catholic College Gives Kerry A Helping Hand

This Thursday, some of Minnesota's finest Kerry supporters including Garrison Keillor, Louise Erdrich, Robert Bly, and others will gather at the College of Saint Catherine "to inspire and mobilize Minnesotans to Get Out the Vote on November 2 and elect John Kerry President" [ full story ].

Needless to say, this isn't the first time a Catholic institution has forgotten about its catholicism. The University claims they are merely renting the space, and their hands are tied, but when the event has been billed as "Artists for Kerry" from the outset, culpable ignorance is hard to argue.

Kerry will be in town that day, and rumors are flying that he may make a guest appearance, but this has not been confirmed. Kudos to Matt Abbott who broke this yesterday. Shame on Saint Catherine's for not taking a stronger stand.

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