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Excerpts from The Dictionary of Diversity

GUEST COLUMN

By Brent T. Zeringue | September 2002
Brent T. Zeringue is a father of nine living in Destrehan, Louisiana, and is founder and coordinator of KEPHA, an organization of fathers and sons promoting the Catholic faith through apologetics, brotherhood, charity, mortification, and prayer.

Alcoholism: A condition into which people are born. The condition can be overcome through abstinence.

Homosexuality: A condition into which people are born. In spite of abstinence, the condition cannot be overcome through abstinence. Not to be confused with Alcoholism.

Inclusion: The act of excluding (for example, the reason we exclude prayer in public schools).

Infallibility: A unique gift granted to all who criticize or attack the teachings of the Catholic Church.

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