Associated Press -
PORTLAND, ME - The spiritual leader of Maine's 200,000 Roman Catholics has pledged his diocese's help in bringing the state's same-sex "marriage" law to a vote in November.
Bishop Richard Malone calls the law "a dangerous sociological experiment" that he says will have negative consequences for society. Malone says marriage as it's been known for millennia "has served as the cornerstone of society." In a statement, Malone also expresses concern over the law's effect on teachings about same-sex marriage in schools.