Tulsa Diocese ditches church coalition over abortion stance

 

November 20, 2020



TULSA, Okla. (AP) — The bishop of the Tulsa Diocese said he withdrew his organization from the Oklahoma Conference of Churches last month because the coalition's anti-racism and discrimination stance doesn't include what he called "the most marginalized" and discriminated against group in the nation — the unborn.

The OCC, which is an ecumenical coalition of churches, released last month its theological statement on race and anti-discrimination, which declared "that no person should experience discrimination regardless of their sex, religion, race, immigration status, sexual orientation...



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