Marriage ban protesters spend Sundays rallying outside St. Paul Cathedral

The Pioneer Press says around 100 people a week are using Lent to let the archbishop know they don't approve of the church's push to ban same-sex marriage. Organizers hope that number will only increase through Palm Sunday.
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The Pioneer Press says around 100 people a week are using Lent to let the archbishop know they don't approve of the church's push to ban same-sex marriage. Organizers hope that number will only increase through Palm Sunday.

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