ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 18, 1988
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Announcement of end of special services in San Francisco, California, Roman Catholic churches for homosexuals reported; details given of comments by Pope John Paul II. Report introduced.
(San Francisco, California: Gary Shepard) Special masses for gay and lesbian worshippers featured; details given of struggle between Catholic church and gay support group Dignity; scenes shown from church service at Saint Boniface Church. [Archbishop John QUINN - comments.] Pope's views on homosexuality reviewed. [Dignity spokesperson Dan. COTA - discusses beliefs.] [Monsignor Patrick O'SHEA - says any intimacy outside of marriage is wrong.] [Parishioner Richard CLINTON - expresses disappointment with archbishop's decision.] [QUINN - says Catholic facilities can't be used to promote immortality.] [COTA - says church wants us to pretend.]
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