Proposed Conn. law on church governance dies

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(RNS) A controversial Connecticut bill that would have restructured the Catholic Church and given parishioners more control of financial decisions has been shelved after an uproar from Catholic officials and church-state separationists. A committee in Connecticut’s General Assembly on Tuesday (March 10) withdrew the bill, which was inspired by high-profile parish thefts by Catholic priests, […]

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