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Archbishop to U.S. Troops: Obamacare Reg 'Is a Blow to Freedom' Comments

Archbishop Timothy Broglio, who leads the Roman Catholic Archdiocese for the Military Services, wrote a letter to be read at all Sunday Masses for U.S. military personnel around the world that said that a regulation issued by the Obama Administration under the new federal health care law was "a blow" to a freedom that U.S. troops have not only fought to defend but for which some have recently died in battle. Continue Reading

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  1. techwreck
    3 years ago

    Congratulations to the bishops who are finally showing some moral leadership. May the Holy Spirit inspire them to keep telling loyal Catholics the truth (there is no hope for the CINO's) and inspiring us to do what is needed to defeat secularism in our country. Shame to the politically correct leftist bishops who have kept silent as the evil one transformed our country. May God have mercy on you!

  2. abey
    3 years ago

    It should also be noted that gay agendas being "Inducted" into the Military, even though in the name of liberty is to be understood in the spiritual sense to the decay, of the Military, from the simple definition of "Sin to decay" even to the society, in other words wickedness unto itself, against all made made theories, which proves that there is GOD.

  3. Jim April
    3 years ago

    When is our Congress going to impeach this "Commander in Cheese" for all the constitutional violations his administration is reponsible for?

  4. Noel Dias MD
    3 years ago

    It about time we Catholics stand up for what is RIGHT and make our beliefs known to all especially our elected leaders , who design and pass laws for all .
    Its unconscionable that our elected leaders promote killing, and immorality, all to garner more votes to keep themselves in Office.

    KICK Obama out !! and his cronies who share his beliefs.

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