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Pioneers, Not Problems

"There was a time when ‘mixed marriages’ were looked upon as a problem. People were discouraged from marrying someone from another denomination, for fear that their Catholic faith would be put at risk. Today, however, many claim that those in ‘interchurch marriages’ are pioneers, who are witnesses not just to the possibility of unity in the Church but also to a way of life that is enriched rather than torn apart by diversity." from "Pioneers Not Problems: Interchurch Families" by Gerard Kelly in Terra Spiritus Vol 3, Issue 1, 2007

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