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Donna M. Adler

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Diocese of Cheyenne | Catholic Social Doctrine

www.dioceseofcheyenne.org [cached]

By Donna M. Adler, Legislative Liaison and Communication Director for the Diocese of Cheyenne


Religious Views Starkly Differ in Discrimination Debate - wypols

wypols.com [cached]

Donna Adler, lobbyist and communications director of the Diocese of Cheyenne, which covers all of Wyoming, sent a handout to every senator before the body voted 24-6 to pass Senate File 115.
"I am aware of the smear campaign of the Wyoming Association of Churches in connection with our position on SF 115 - I will not be responding in kind," she wrote. Adler was right - she responded in mean. There was nothing kind about the words she used to attack gays and her belief they do not deserve protection from discrimination. "People of faith have rights too," she informed the senators. Adler stated the Roman Catholic Church doesn't hate people "who identify as having attractions not in line with their biology. If people do not act upon those tendencies, she wrote, they are in communion with the church. However, if they do act upon them, Adler said the church views them as "engaging in seriously sinful behavior" that the church has no tolerance for. The diocese's representative believes SF 115 would operate "as a state bludgeon to force the church to condone seriously sinful behavior by taking persons engaging in it, with no mind to change their behavior, into the heart of the church's institutions. "That is a serious threat to the integrity of the church and an unconscionable interference with the exercise of religion by the state," Adler concluded. "I can do you no greater service than to be completely candid with you, even if others seek to rip me to shreds for it," Adler wrote. Adler, shame on you for promoting hate!!!


www.sheridanmedia.com

After the meeting on SF 115, Donna Adler, lobbyist with the Catholic Diocese of Cheyenne spoke with Jason Marsden, director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation. Adler is an outspoken critic of the bill, while Marsden has lobbied for similar bills over the past decade. (Gregory Nickerson/WyoFile)
Donna Adler, left, lobbyist with the Catholic Diocese of Cheyenne, spoke with Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, after Friday's hearing. Adler is an outspoken critic of the bill, while Marsden has lobbied for similar bills over the past decade. (Gregory Nickerson/WyoFile)


www.dioceseofcheyenne.org

The OLL is headed by Donna M. Adler, Ph.D.
Donna came to the Diocese of Cheyenne from the practice of law in the greater Chicago area, as well as from her in-depth study of our Catholic faith. Donna received her undergraduate degree from the University of Chicago, with honors, in linguistics, and her law degree from Northwestern University. Donna later earned an M.A. in Divinity from the University of Chicago, and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in systematic and philosophical theology from the University of Notre Dame. She did her dissertation work on Augustine's doctrine of God and is particularly fond of the works of the Church fathers, the mystical texts of the medieval and counterreformation periods, the work of twentieth century giants, such as Karl Rahner and Bernard Lonergan, and some contemporary thinkers. Dr. Adler has a number of publication projects that she is currently pursuing as and when she has the time.


www.catholicradioreport.com

House Leaders Forgive Edmonds' 'hell freezes over' AmendmentSheridan Media (press release)Donna Adler, left, lobbyist with the Catholic Diocese of Cheyenne, spoke with Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, after Friday's hearing.
Adler is an ... It's been a long time since Wyoming lawmakers resorted to blows.


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