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Diocese of Montana Bishop Franklin Brookhart issued a statement condemning the vandalism.
“I also applaud the people of Bozeman who graciously displayed their support for the parish and their disdain for statements of hatred,” Brookhart said. “As people who have been baptized into the death and resurrection of Christ, we need to die to racism, hatred, bigotry, and rise in newness of life to love of God and love of neighbor.”Two more thoughtful articles on hate and what we can do:
We Have More to Gain By Speaking Out
The Real Reason White People Say ‘All Lives Matter’