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Catholic Bishops Courageous Stand For Religious Freedom Continues: No to Recent HHS Accomodation Comments

In a statement from Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York the Bishops weighed in on the recent alleged "accomodation" offered by the Obama Administration last Friday. The answer was clear, principled, uncompromising and courageous. I expected nothing less from this man who is such a great gift to the  Church in the United States during this critical hour in the history of both Church and Nation.  Continue Reading

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  1. Robert
    2 years ago

    Well said Cardinal Dolan. At some point we all need to look at how we got here. We elevated Social Justice while turning our backs on Freedom, Religious Liberty, the Unborn. We knew who Obama was and yet many bishops backed him and his party.

    I am proud of Cardinal Dolan recent words, unfortunately he helped get us where we are today. I pray he will grown even stronger and clarify the evils his administration are bringing to our nation.

    When Catholic politicians who speak out publicly against the teachings of our faith and publicly support policies that are contrary to our faith are no longer allowed to receive Holy Communion and in some cases excommunicated our Church will be stronger.

    This is not a judgement on them however; it is identifying immoral actions of politicians that are in direct conflict with Catholic Church doctrine.

    A humble sinner.

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