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Throughout his presentation, [Michael] Valpy referred to articles written by McGill University professor Dr. Margaret Somerville, discussing her views on the need for greater religious input into public policy.
Somerville has written extensively about the importance for the moral and ethical teachings of the church to have a place in the public sphere.
He said Somerville believes that "Canadians wrongly have given religion a pink slip. Abandoned from the arena of public discourse, dismissed religious voices and views from the public sphere, public square over the last 20 years."
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