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Bishops Call for Unprecedented, Massive Catholic Opposition to Abortion in Health Care Reform Comments

'We will raise our voices to protect the unborn and the most vulnerable and to preserve our freedom of conscience' Continue Reading

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  1. Blaise J. Mahoney
    5 years ago

    I have been called by God and the Catholic Church to respect Life in all forms. My personal (choice) and I use that term to define my finite will, does not in any way negate the will of God for all mankind. Which is to "have Life, and Life more abundantly" (John 10:10)The killing of innocents is abhorrent to God and all that is Holy. I pray for Life & Light - not Death & Darkness!

  2. Lydia Lozano
    5 years ago

    The Church has made a pact with the devil in supporting socialized medicine. There is no way the Democratic Congress is going to pass health care "reform" without an abortion entitlement. Not only will there be more abortions, but we will all be paying for them. For shame.

  3. neo
    5 years ago

    This is sad. I hope Jesus forgives us for this. For every unborn we save how many born must die?

    Of course if the Roman Catholic Church made their own free health care available minus abortion and including care for infants that need organ transplants then I'll withdraw my comment.

  4. michael
    5 years ago

    Abortion is inspired by the devil himself. Jesus called the devil the murderer from the beginning and the Father of lies and those convinced about abortion can only be changed first by the power of prayer, and then action. The sacrifice of Jesus Christ defeated all the demons at calvary and if the Church recognizes its Messiah in the Eucharist and offers many Masses, which is the mystery of faith, when we eat this Bread and Drink This Cup we Proclaim the Lord's Death until he comes in Glory, and many Holy Rosaries and Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration, they do not stand any chance.The vote on that health care will not pass. But human action without the Eucharist is powerless. If the Church of the United States of America wants to win, the Many Masses and Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration is the answer. Start Now.

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