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D.C. Archdiocese Threatens to Axe Social Service Programs over Same-Sex 'Marriage' Law Comments

Without an exemption the Church would be required to do such things as extend marriage benefits to same-sex couples, in violation of its core teachings. Continue Reading

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  1. Mary
    4 years ago

    Well, now that David A. Catania has slammed the door shut on any change of mind by the D.C Authorities, need we say anymore. Why are Sodom and Gommorah horrors being shoved down humanity's throats? Why this sustained and vicious assault upon the Instituion of Matrriage, the foundation of organised and normal humanity? Why are God's and natural laws being subverted from all quarters? We have not seen the animal kingdom mating with same sex species. Something has gone terribly wrong with modern humanity. Something very evil has taken over our sense of morality and common decency.

  2. Samuel Hopper
    4 years ago

    What's happening in DC is a perfect example of the left legislating thought and behavior while, at the same time, robbing its citizenry of freedom. What is happening in DC is only one seed. Without a resounding Catholic response, such seeds will continue to be sown. This country's founding fathers came to this land for religious freedom. Will this be the generation that let's it slip away?


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