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President Obama is asking a court to block a subpoena from the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York that compels him to hand over documents related to the contraception edict issued by his administration. Continue Reading

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  1. Bill Sr.
    1 year ago


    Prayer and reflection on the scriptures are powerful responses to problems both seen and unseen because within these pages is written humanity's ultimate and everlasting destiny. However, going to the bible to find the words needed to answer the questions of today is one thing, ignoring or questioning the validity of what we find there is quite another. We must trust in it even when social "engineers" or politicians scoff at our clinging to it.
    Today pray that our lives will forever be bound in faith to the word of God for truly it is the Eternal Living Word which has come down from heaven in Christ and his church and its truth can not be overturned by politicians no matter what office they hold among us. Cling to the Church and the Holy gospels it teaches for though "heaven and earth may pass away" the word of God will forever remain and sustain you.

  2. Joe
    1 year ago

    The Federal judge slapped all christians in the face with his decision. Does the judge have the right to speak for all christians and us Catholics? I would pray that all Cardinals, Bishops and priests join together and demand this disgrace against life be stopped. No one judge should have this power.

  3. vance
    1 year ago

    Obama, the enemy of the church, doesn't want to hand over the documents that will expose the truth about him and his anti-Christian party. It's an uphill battle but I pray the church will emerge victoriously.

  4. Alec
    1 year ago

    Pray everyday for the restoration of the culture of life.
    Pray everyday for an end to planned parenthood, contraception and abortion.


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