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Will John Boehner Fund Obama's Attack on Catholics?

gyrene74 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 9:46 AM
The thing that has left me so discouraged is the total lack of any rebuttal by the Catholic Church itself. Oh, there were the few "letters" read at Mass, but, not one word from the Pope on this despicable affront against our Catholic beliefs. Priests at Mass said,"Vote your conscience". The problem with that is that the American Catholics conscience has been buried in today's hell-bent dive into greed. The most important thing in people's mind today is "Do I have the biggest house in the neighborhood?", or, "Is my car the most expensive among all of my friends?" I believe that greed is listed in the Bible as one of the seven most deadly sins. Seems to be spreading out over our country pretty well these days.
MG formerly minnesotagrandma Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 5:56 PM
If you are waiting for the secular press to tell you anything you will die ignorant of the Catholic faith. I suggest you subscribe to Our Sunday Visitor ASAP.
Lack of rebuttle? Do you subscribe to ANY Catholic magazines or papers?
Heres a start for you.
"On Jan. 19, Pope Benedict XVI told the American Roman Catholic Church they needed to understand “grave threats” posed by what he called radical secularism in politics and culture. The pontiff specifically mentioned the U.S. church struggling to be permitted conscientious objection to “intrinsically evil practices.”And THAT was on ABC...
MG formerly minnesotagrandma Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 5:57 PM
AudiR10 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 11:01 AM
Actually there are 23 lawsuits currently launched by Catholic Bishops and Archbishops, Dioceses and other Catholic organizations that are specifically directed at this very issue. Look it up.
Marie150 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 10:52 AM
That has not changed. Are you working for those things or are you expecting to be given those things from the government or from a charity.

Greed involves stealing.

Capitalism is not stealing.
Will House Speaker John Boehner give President Barack Obama the money he needs to implement a regulation that Boehner himself described as an unconstitutional attack on religious freedom that forces Catholics to cooperate in immoral acts?

The Constitution gives the House of Representatives, which now has a Republican majority, the power to deny funding for any act by the executive branch.

But does Boehner have the courage to stand up against the president and use this lawful authority to protect religious liberty?

On Feb. 8, 2012, Boehner went to the well of the House and laid down a marker.

"My colleagues,"...