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Despite Archbishop John J. Meyers’ critique of a gay marriage course taught at the diocesan Seton Hall University in the Fall 2010, Professor W. King Mott of the political science department will be teaching it again this Fall . Archbishop Meyers affirms his responsibility for

maintaining the Catholic identity of all Church institutions and organizations within the Archdiocese, and for ensuring authentic and orthodox Catholic teaching in all educational institutions. This proposed course seeks to promote as legitimate a train of thought that is contrary to what the Church teaches. As a result, the course is not in synch with Catholic teaching.

Mott, himself a member of a homosexual civil union, claims that is “not about advocacy, but offering an even-handed approach. We had accomplished balance in the class.”

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