Archbishops Lacroix and Lépine on Quebec's Charter of Values
October 3, 2013

Quebec's government has stirred significant debate with its proposed Charter of Values. One of the major voices in the debate is the Catholic Church of Quebec, which held its annual bishop's plenary in mid September where it devised an official response. One week later Salt and Light sat down with Archbishops Gérald Lacroix of Quebec City and Christian Lépine of Montreal, to speak about this unprecedented political maneuver and its far-reaching consequences.
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