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Giving an honorary law degree to someone who does not recognize the natural right to life does dishonor to Notre Dame’s own Catholic identity Continue Reading

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  1. Roger Jackson
    5 years ago

    "That thing?" Shame on you, Tom Diorio.

    If you are an American, yes, he is your President.

  2. Roger Jackson
    5 years ago

    The Catholic public official lives the political truth most Catholics through most of American history have accepted and insisted on: the truth that to assure our freedom we must allow others the same freedom, even if occasionally it produces conduct by them which we would hold to be sinful.

    I protect my right to be a Catholic by preserving your right to believe as a Jew, a Protestant, or non-believer, or as anything else you choose.

    We know that the price of seeking to force our beliefs on others is that they might some day force theirs on us.

    This freedom is the fundamental strength of our unique experiment in government. In the complex interplay of forces and considerations that go into the making of our laws and policies, its preservation must be a pervasive and dominant concern. = Mario Cuomo

  3. John
    5 years ago

    Thr Right to Life is basic, Mr President. No other rights exist if this Right to Life is denied. It's that simple!

  4. Tom Diorio
    5 years ago

    That thing occupying the White House is not my president. He is an arogant man and innocent life hating person. Jenkins is no better.

    Obama 's only goal is to demonically stick the Catholic Church in the eye. To ensure the world knows without doubt that even the Catholic Church can not defeat him, even on their home turf.

    May God protect us with the precious blood of His Son from the evils that are about to be unleashed.

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