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Hudson & Fournier: Catholic Countdown to Election 2012, Day 6. The Art of Speaking Catholic Nonsense Comments

With Election Day a week away, it's no surprise that Obama's Catholics are engaging in the art of speaking Catholic nonsense. As everyone knows, or should know, Biden rejects an entire list of moral and social teachings that protect persons and society from the destruction of innocent human life, the family, and our natural right to obey God without interference from the State. Continue Reading

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  1. Thomas
    2 years ago

    Confusion of the mind, it's what the left does best. Michael's post is a great examples of this double talk. A little further research and you will see that Obama voted for, as a State senator for letting a child die that survived an abortion, also partial birth abortion and the funding of Planned Parenthood with our money. Not Romney Just Google obama/Abortion. Romney also believes in the right of religious freedom, Not Obama,see hhs mandate. Romney believes marriage is between a Man and a Woman and is a grace from God, and a key component of Natural Law. Not Obama. You have to look for the facts, not wait for someone to show them to you. Is Romney perfect, no, but neither are any of us. But the choose is clear.
    Your friend in Jesus

  2. Joe
    2 years ago

    Michael, try this, one is pro-life and the other is pro-choice.

  3. michael
    2 years ago

    Vice President Biden receives Holy Communion each week making it seem as if he is in "communion" with Christ, His Mystical Body, and the Catholic Faith. Neither Biden's bishop nor his pastor has said anything making it seem as if Biden is a Catholic in good standing. Isn't it time for a little action on the part of our shepherds? Time for a Becket-like excommunication if you ask me. St. Thomas Beckett lost his life but gained heaven in the process.

  4. Joe
    2 years ago

    I pray someone denounce this Biden video. These lies must be corrected.

  5. Stephanie
    2 years ago

    Baptism does make one Catholic, but there is no point in calling oneself "Catholic" if one rejects Church teachings. Why are they still calling themselves "Catholic"? To stir up trouble? To cause confusion? There are thousands of other denominations to choose from. Some are very liberal and they'd fit right in. Seriously, either Catholicism is true (and so are all of her teachings) or it isn't and they should leave (no point in belonging to a false religion). Make up your mind and stick with it!

    I just visited the "Catholics for Choice" website and it is completely awful. Made by misinformed or misguided individuals at best, and corrupt anti-Catholics masquerading as Catholics at worst. We need to pray for all the "pro-choice" "Catholics" out there who have their wills and souls turned away from God and are therefore in danger of hell.

    Hail Mary,
    Full of Grace,
    The Lord is with thee.
    Blessed art thou among women,
    and blessed is the fruit
    of thy womb, Jesus.
    Holy Mary,
    Mother of God,
    pray for us sinners now,
    and at the hour of death.

    Our Father, Who art in heaven,
    Hallowed be Thy Name.
    Thy Kingdom come.
    Thy Will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven. Give us this day our daily bread.
    And forgive us our trespasses,
    as we forgive those who trespass against us.
    And lead us not into temptation,
    but deliver us from evil. Amen.

    2 years ago

    I have been struggling for a while now whether Romney is in fact a better choice than Obama even on the non-negotiable issues. I've read and heard about what Romney had done in Massachusetts as Governor in regards to abortion in RomneyCare, same-sex so-called marriage, appointing gay judges, stem-cell research, etc. I'm not convinced he is better and no one has shown me, from the facts, that I may be wrong and that he is a better candidate.

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