MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A book discussion at a Roman Catholic parish that was to be led by a lesbian Catholic and her father was canceled after objections from the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.

Carol Curoe of Minneapolis and Robert Curoe of Bernard, Iowa, were to speak at St. Francis Cabrini Catholic Church about their book, "Are There Closets in Heaven? A Catholic Father and Lesbian Daughter Share Their Story."

But after conservative bloggers were critical, and contacted the archdiocese, spokesman Dennis McGrath contacted St. Francis Cabrini and St. Joan of Arc, the church where Carol Curoe, her partner and their children worship.

The talk went on at a different location: Spirit of the Lakes United Church of Christ in Minneapolis.

McGrath said he advised St. Francis Cabrini that "it wasn't a good idea" and that Archbishop Harry Flynn would not approve of a lesbian who is "in an actual full sexual relationship" speaking at a church.