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Cardinal O'Malley to tweet each day until ballot vote


Screenshot of @CardinalSean twitter page. Cardinal Seán P. O'Malley will use Twitter until Nov. 6 to connect with Catholics and members of the wider community on the goals of the Year of Faith and also on the concerns about Question 2.

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BRAINTREE -- In conjunction with the beginning of the Year of Faith, Cardinal Seán P. O'Malley will use Twitter to connect with Catholics and members of the wider community on the goals of the Year of Faith and also on the concerns about Question 2 on the November ballot, which if passed, would legalize assisted suicide in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Cardinal O'Malley is asking Catholics in the archdiocese who are on Twitter to follow @CardinalSean and to respond to and re-tweet his messages in order that they may be more widely seen and heard.

"The next four weeks are very important here in the Archdiocese of Boston and in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts," the cardinal said in a statement.

Regarding his planned tweets on Question 2, Cardinal Seán said that even though we are less than one month away from Election Day many people still have not heard about this ballot question."

"It's critical that we all do what we can to inform everyone we can reach about three categories of concerns about Question 2," he said.

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