The Rev. John J. Myers, archbishop of Newark, has called on Seton Hall University to reconsider a course planned for the fall on issues related to gay marriage, The Star-Ledger reported. Archbishop Myers said he objected to a course that suggested as "legitimate" the idea that marriage is not only for couples that consist of one man and one woman. The archbishop is chair of the university's board. University officials said that the course was approved as one that would explore a variety of views, including those of the Roman Catholic Church.
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