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Benedicts Bishops: Bishop Thomas Paprocki Tells Us, 'Think and Pray About Your Vote In Upcoming Election' Comments

I am not telling you which party or which candidates to vote for or against, but I am saying that you need to think and pray very carefully about your vote, because a vote for a candidate who promotes actions or behaviors that are intrinsically evil and gravely sinful makes you morally complicit Continue Reading

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  1. michael
    1 year ago

    Outstanding!!! Deacon Keith...you are correct in your assessment. The Roman Catholic Church in the United States has hope and life despite the obvious infidelity in both clerical and lay members. Granted that orthodox Catholics are largely outnumbered, there is a counter-revolution in the works which which challenge the liberal dominance. While Europe is largely dead, the Church in the States, especially among traditional Catholics is alive and growing. This bishop is just another sign. But now we have to pray for him for he will be the object of attack not only from secular media outlets, but, unfortunately, from his fellow bishops and priests.


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