So Catholic Charities in Washington will express church disapproval of same-sex marriage by doing away with insurance coverage for any and all kinds of spouses. This, WaPo reports, is different from the approach in San Francisco, where the archdiocese expanded the definition of domestic partner to include a sibling or a parent or whomever in the household. Why didn’t Washington go that route? No indication in the story. And what about the policies in jurisdictions that actually permit same-sex marriage? What does Catholic Charities do in Boston and Hartford and Burlington and Concord and Des Moines?