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Catholic Bishop quits Democratic party over homosexual marriage and abortion Comments

A prominent Catholic figure has left the Democratic party and changed his affiliation to Republican. Bishop Thomas Tobin said he could no longer support the party that advocated for homosexual marriage and abortion. Continue Reading

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  1. MichaelW
    1 year ago

    I like Bishop Tobin, but really!?... how in the world did he just figure this out in 2012? And by the way, the Church allows for the use of the death penalty and should NEVER be compared to an intrinsic evil such as abortion. There is no moral equivalency.

  2. Louis Barta
    1 year ago

    I only vote for Catholic ultramontanes. If none appear on the ballot, then I don't vote. Settling for less constitutes an insult against Christ the King.

    By championing abortion and same-sex "marriage," the Democratic party has entered into rebellion against God, a conflict which can only have one outcome.

    In the not-too-distant future, every country on earth will be altruistically ruled by anointed Christian monarchs chosen by Christ, whose vote cannot be compromised by any political party.

  3. abey
    1 year ago

    The decision of Bishop Thomas can be considered as a landmark & a sign to cafeteria Catholics by clearly understanding that the Gay Agendas & its complacency become instituted through the Democratic party in particular is the "Clear Marker" to distinguishing the Christ from the Pseudo.

  4. jking
    1 year ago

    taken the bishop a long time to wake up

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