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Are you more liberal? Are you more conservative? Where does Gregory fit in there? Just to take one example of his preaching, you know, today is the anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King. And one year ago today, Archbishop Gregory gave a homily on that occasion in which he laid out his views of the significance of Martin Luther King. He said, for example, that is as problematic a year as was. Today, he said xenophobia masquerades as a patriotic response to the presence of immigrants and refugees in our midst. And then he said this.
Now, he didn't call for resistance or nonviolent protest the way Martin Luther King did, but still, he made clear where he stands on these big issues. And I think he is - it's fair to say he is a big supporter of Pope Francis at a time when the pope actually has a lot of detractors in the church.
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