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I thought this from the sister seemed okay:"Because his life (and the lives of others in his family) embraced the great Catholic social justice tradition, they have made me proud to be a Catholic."
I think you will like this article Roz. Here is an excerpt:Ted Kennedy’s tireless efforts on issues like health care, education and immigration were explicitly rooted in Catholic social teaching, and so was his sister’s lifelong labor on behalf of the physically and mentally impaired.What separated them was abortion.Along with her husband, Sargent Shriver, Eunice belonged to America’s dwindling population of outspoken pro-life liberals. Like her church, she saw a continuity, rather than a contradiction, between championing the poor, the marginalized and the oppressed and protecting unborn human life.
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