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President Obama's Address to Planned Parenthood Requires a New Human Rights Movement Comments

We need to build a true human rights movement of faithful Christians who are unapologetically dedicated to life, family, freedom and solidarity and willing to work together. We will have to use every legal means at our disposal to oppose this administration when it violates fundamental human rights such as the Rights to Life and Religious Freedom or when fails to protect marriage and the family and society built upon them. Continue Reading

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  1. DLL
    1 year ago

    A new human rights party would involve a 3rd political one,dedicated to preserving the teachings of the catechism of the Catholic Church,as a foundation for all of the parties political positions. Preserve the Constitution of the United States with respect for life and the dignity of the human person,so fair and equitable moral justice will prevail and the traditions of our forefathers are preserved,so that the real sense of freedom that they died to maintain,will be appreciated,known and respected,by every citizen of our nation. It would be a moderate party. It would be a reasonable party not a rubber stamp extremist party line. The party would respect both faith and reason and diplomacy. Faith does influence a fair and equitable political party. In God we Trust is wisdom,not fanatically based unjust rantings. Common law and Divine law should compliment each other and never be in opposition to each other.

  2. John Mainhart
    1 year ago

    I agree with your assessment of the situation. I believe we must emphasize the laity's role in this effort. The Laity must be the leaders and must emphasize the fact that this is not only a moral issue but also an ethical issue and it must be framed as an attack on the United Nation's definition of human rights which states that human rights are granted and denied by governments. This has been the stand of United Nations since it was formed in the 1940s.

    We must continue to catechize the laity and urge the laity to lead on this basic moral issue, Saints and sinners alike.

  3. Bill Sr.
    1 year ago

    A look behind the headlines these past few years will show anyone with a clear conscience that a new religion has sprung up among our population. It is not Christian, Jew, Muslim nor any other. It is not out of the Bible or Koran. It is Humanism gone wild. It is not divinely nor intellectually inspired. It speaks not of heaven or hell. It is an out growth of mans pathetic dream of divining himself and creating Utopia on Earth.
    This latest Babylonian attempt to be something other than what God created us to be will also ultimately fail. In the meantime it has found great favor with those who cherish privilege without price through a government granted modern day monarchy of sorts as a reward for their rejection of all other religions and moral codes which in one way or another oppose their desires to become masters of human life, its behavior, and its future.
    As we well know it is doomed for failure but at the present those who subscribe to its charter of corruption are unfortunately in power in Washington. The majority of Americans, thank God, are unwilling to be controlled by such zealots and we pray the voices of reason and common sense will prevail and put an end to this madness.

  4. michael
    1 year ago

    Good article, Deacon Keith...but what we have to understand is that this movement towards ungodliness in our nation goes back to its very roots. The Leviathan of the Federal Government is there from the founders. The crushing of the Whiskey Rebellion in PA by Washington (Freemason)...the Alien and Sedition Acts under Adams...the Embargo Act under Jefferson (Freemason) all of which created a virtue police state. The "relocation" of the Indians to the West including the Trail of Tears under Jackson (Freemason)...the invasion of Catholic Mexico in the 1840s and the forced annexation of CA and the southwest...the expansion of slavery under the Feds...the abuses under Lincoln in the Civil War, including the arrest of sitting state legislators...and yes the Federal Courts and Supreme Court imposing their Federal Will upon the population over the last century. The Federal Leviathan gets what it wants and for those who resist, they face the full and brutal force of D.C..

    The only solution is non-violent resistance and counter-revolution with the Catholic Church taking the lead. The New Evangelization, Deacon Keith, is blood martyrdom. Obama will force this issue...the Feds will force this issue...but who will resist? We cannot compromise any more...no to civil unions of sodomites...no to any support of HHS even with Catholic exceptions.


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