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The Obama supporter then launched into her "canned response" and started reading from her call script: "Well, I am a practicing Catholic, and I strongly support President Obama." The mother then asked her if she was "familiar with the Pope's five "non-negotiable's."' The Obama supporter had no idea what she was talking about and explained that it was only the Pope's "opinion" to ban the use of contraception. Continue Reading

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  1. Margaret
    2 years ago

    Just for the record, as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, we DO believe in Jesus. He is the Savior, the Son of God. If these 'Catholics for Obama' want to exploit differences between your church and ours, they need to get a clue and say something truthful....there's lots to disagree on....the Holy Trinity, etc., etc.!!! While we may disagree on many things, we all agree the only way to save our Republic is through God, and that is NOT through Barack Obama!
    While I admire those of you who are voting 3rd party for sticking to your morals, PLEASE remember that each vote for a third party IS a vote for Obama, and that is a FACT. Romney was my third choice, now, he's the only choice.

  2. JoAnn
    2 years ago

    Lucius & Cindy: You both need to educate yourselves about Romney. You have no idea who this man is. The 3 things that will kill this country are: Greed, immorality and civil ignorance. This election isn't about red vs. blue. It is about the soul of America and if you don't vote or vote for a 3rd party, may God have mercy on your souls. God bless.

  3. JoAnn
    2 years ago

    Chris16: Because TRUE Catholics don't want to pay for these intrinsically evil actions and neither should you. God bless.

  4. Stephanie
    2 years ago

    I am sad for the people who believe the lies spewed by the modern day Democratic Party. People will be judged for their votes when they face God; in this Information Age, I'm not sure ignorance is going to fly as an excuse, because the information is there for anyone to look up for free.

  5. Chris16
    2 years ago

    Why can't the Catholics that want to practice the Church's belief that life begins at conception not use oral contraceptives and IUD's. Don't have abortions. Don't go to IVF Doctors.
    Why can't Catholics rejoice that the United States finally has ACA? We are not 100% Catholic Nation and even if we were not all Catholics follow the Churches doctrine on Family Planning.
    It sure looks like Cardinal Dolan biggest problem with ACA is President Obama.

  6. Cindy
    2 years ago

    Lucius: I agree with you! I also approve ov\f Virgil Goode!

  7. Loral Orow
    2 years ago

    I find it heartbreaking that any adult would think it's perfectly fine to murder unborn babies in these modern times. Prior to Contraception availability it would be somewhat understandable, but not now. It doesn't matter if you're a Catholic or just a decent human being - it is now known that unborn babies actually feel things. Can you imagine what they are made to feel? It turns my stomach. Some of these women proudly announce they have had up to 20 abortions, as if it were no different than eating breakfast. Usually when people learn the facts, they do better but not in this case. Approval by the church or the president only encourages more of the same!

  8. Martha
    2 years ago

    Can all good people here please forward this article to their archdiocese, with the plea that the truth about our own faith be known on this matter?!? Although the Church is "not allowed" to endorse a candidate, they are most certainly obligated to let the truth be known to their own flock. Contraception is not an "opinion" of the pope...hello non-negotiables. Where fore art thou non-negotiables????? Never hear about those pesky, little (life saving) things. Please ALL bishops LEAD US!!! xo Martha

    ps. My wonderful bishop is Archbishop Vigneron, who has been very forthright on these issues. Hopefully he will respond to this latest attack on the Church with diligence, and soon.

    Blessings to all.

  9. John
    2 years ago

    I am very concerned . If Obama is elected, just remember that will be his last chance, he will have nothing to lose and so bye, bye the christian principles on whic this nation was created. We know what happened these last four yrs. Can we trust him with another four? All people of good will are to vote making sure that they vote with a good conscience built on the teachings of Jesus.!!! Do the right thing now ,so that you will not regretted later when it be too late.

  10. Lucius Seneca
    2 years ago

    I don't see how any Catholic can vote for Obama, of course, this is also true of pro-abort, pro-gay Mitt Romney. Thank God most of us have prolife candidates to choose from for POTUS: Hon. Virgil Goode of the Constitution Party, "We are 100% opposed to abortion, without exceptions."

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