From The Boston Globe:
The Archdiocese of Boston has ordered a priest to stop praying outside of Senate President Robert E. Travaglini's home, where he and several followers had been protesting the senator's position on embryonic stem cell research, church officials and the priest said yesterday.
The Rev. Thomas DiLorenzo and several parishioners from his parish, Holy Rosary Parish in Winthrop, spent several days over recent weeks singing hymns in front of Travaglini's East Boston home, brandishing rosary beads, and carrying signs with slogans such as, "Stop Playing God," and "This is all about money."
DiLorenzo said in an interview yesterday that he was told to stay away from Travaglini's duplex after he sent a letter to the senator that mentioned one of the senator's children as well as his position on embryonic stem cell research.
DiLorenzo said that, while he did not consider the letter threatening, church officials told him the senator's wife took it seriously enough that she delivered it to the East Boston police station...
[DiLorenzo] said his letter to Travaglini made the reasons for his opposition clear.
"I said, 'I have no hate for you,'" DiLorenzo recalled yesterday. "'I pray for you and your family every day. Secondly, you are either ignorant of the issue of embryonic stem cell research, or you are evil.'"...
This is what they think of us, folks.
UPDATE; Do you suppose Father DiLorenzo did this just to plug his radio show?