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Catholic Resistance Must be the Response to the Unjust HHS Edict to Violate Conscience Comments

The Catholics Bishops of the United States have asked the faithful to pray, fast and engage in Catholic Action. This is in response to the unjust edict demanding that Catholic hospitals and institutions dispense contraceptives (some of which are abortifacients) and offer sterilization under the so called "Affordable Care Act". Continue Reading

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  1. Catherine McKenna
    3 years ago

    When the Bishops finally stand up and admit that there is no accommodation with the oppressive and anti-Christian Government, or when they are willing to risk their own comfort and wealth and stand against the Culture of Death that they and their predecessors passively helped create, let us hope that there is still time to save what is left of the Church in this country and just possibly the country itself.

  2. DLL
    3 years ago

    An unjust law can never become a just one. If this is true and laws can,than laws can be rewritten and amended,to suit the popular or even grossly unpopular fads of the current thinking of our present time. This is basic level of a bottom line of insanity,that people are to be required to conform to? Religion aside! What ever happened to common sense? Government by the people and for the people not government at the people and to the people,conform or else! The government in America has become both Church and State.

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