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    Dutch Catholics “de-baptize” to protest Pope Benedict comments against gay marriage

    By Sara Webb, Reuters - December 27, 2012

    Thousands of Dutch Catholics are researching how they can leave the church in protest at its opposition to gay marriage, according to the creator of a website aimed at helping them find the information.

    Tom Roes, whose website allows people to download the documents needed to leave the Church, said traffic on – “” – had soared from about 10 visits a day to more than 10,000 after Pope Benedict’s latest denunciation of gay marriage this month.

    “Of course it’s not possible to be ‘de-baptized’ because a baptism is an event, but this way people can unsubscribe or de-register themselves as Catholics,” Roes told Reuters. [Read Full Story]

    Photo by Reuters/Osservatore Romano