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Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese
of Detroit, Michigan *
* A longtime national and international activist in the peace movement, Bishop Gumbleton is a founding member of Pax Christi USA and an outspoken critic of the sanctions against Iraq.
has appeared on numerous radio and television programs, and has published
numerous articles and reports.
** Scripture texts in this work are in modified form from the American Standard Version of the Bible and are available as part of the public domain.
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|Bishop Gumbleton has been part of a fact-finding delegation to Afghanistan which took place June 14 to June 23. Because of his late return last Sunday, he was unable to provide us with the homily for Sunday, June 23. We'll begin posting the Sunday homilies once again starting next week.|
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