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Rick Santorum, a Catholic who is also a Republican presidential candidate, says that Pope Francis should stop buying into global warming or climate change and “leave the science to the scientists.”

I agree that global warming is junk science, a tool of political propaganda, and there is very little if any evidence to suggest that it exists but I don’t think Rick Santorum should necessarily talk to Pope Francis as he did.

In the Vatican the Pope can turn to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences for questions regarding science.  In addition, the Pope probably has other advisers to guide him on the various science subjects so in my opinion treating the Pope as if he is clueless on matters to do with science is not the way to handle the situation or treat the Pope.

Obviously the Pope’s science advisers have bought into man-made climate change (global warming) and that is a shame but I just don’t think Santorum should treat Pope Francis’ positions on science in a similar manner as the Left treat the Pope’s views with regards to issues of morality.

What do you think?

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Here is Rick Santorum’s speech debating partial-birth abortion on the Senate floor.

As you can see Santorum is a very passionate fighter for the pro-life cause.

In a statement which took place at least a few years ago Rick Santorum indicated that he supported the Hyde Amendment. The Hyde Amendment prohibits federal funding of abortion except in cases of rape, incest, and when the mother’s life is in danger. Is the Hyde Amendment perfect? No. I believe Santorum would agree that the Hyde Amendment isn’t a perfect piece of legislation. Just because Santorum supports the Hyde Amendment doesn’t mean that he supports abortion in cases of rape, incest, and to save the life the mother. If it wasn’t for the Hyde Amendment ALL abortions would be federally funded. Santorum supports the Hyde Amendment because it is the best possible pro-life law that was and can be passed through both the House and Senate. That doesn’t mean he agrees with every aspect of the amendment. This doesn’t mean that he isn’t a good pro-life Catholic. It means that he had to work within the confines of certain practical realities to advance the pro-life cause at the time.

Here is an answer that he gave to a question on abortion during a debate.

“Would you allow no exceptions for cases of rape on incest?” Fox News host Byron York asked. “Polls have shown that large majorities of Americans support some exceptions for abortion. Are your views too much, even for many conservatives to support?”

“That child is an innocent victim,” Santorum replied. “To be victimized twice would be a horrible thing. It is an innocent human life, genetically human from the moment of contraception. We in America should be big enough to try to surround ourselves and help women in those terrible situations who have been traumatized already. To put them through another trauma of an abortion, I think is too much to ask. So I would absolutely stand and say that one violence is enough.”

So, obviously he isn’t for abortion in the case of rape.   You can see the exchange here.

We are out to win hearts and minds to covert them to the pro-life cause.  This can be done incrementally or using an all-or-nothing approach of demanding total and unconditional surrender.  If we can save more babies by enacting a law which outlaws abortion except in instances of rape, incest, and to save the life of the mother wouldn’t that be a big step in the right direction and much better than the current situation we have now?   That isn’t to say that the pro-life movement should end there and stop trying to convert peoples’ hearts and minds in order to strengthen opposition to abortion in those other cases because I don’t believe that they should do that.   This is just one  brick in the road so to speak on our pro-life path to ensure that every unborn human life is protected by law.

Dr. Gerard Nadal makes the case for an incremental approach to ending abortion.

There is a discussion on FB about Texas passing a sonogram bill that does not protect certain groups of preborn babies, such as those conceived in rape, incest, or those with fetal anomalies. My friend Juda Myers is a pro-life warrior who was conceived in rape, and is understandably let down by these exceptions. This has reignited the ongoing debate within the pro-life community regarding incrementalism vs. unconditional surrender. I believe that we can all get to the finish line together. What follows are modified comments I left on FB this morning:

One abortion is one too many. On this all pro-lifers agree. I’ve been party to this discussion with several pro-lifers from around the country, so let me explain the incrementalist’s position and its internal logic.

First, the proaborts do the two-step, one-step. They push their agenda forward two steps, and when we raise hell, they retreat one step (remaining a step ahead. When things calm down, they repeat the cycle again, and again; always advancing one step with each cycle. It’s a brilliant and effective strategy. With every round, they establish a new norm from which they operate.

The pro-life incrementalist’s position does much the same thing. Nobody is saying that they value some babies more or less than others. This tactic is the proabort’s own strategy turned on them. It allows society to begin to value humans in the embryonic and fetal stages of development by giving them the protection of the law. In a word: PERSONHOOD.  CONTINUED 

Father Clark has written an article in support of incrementalism with regards to ending abortion.

Recently Dr. Gerard M. Nadal, Ph.D., posted the blog entry, “Outlawing Abortion: Making the Case for an Incremental Approach.” The graphic is very apropos, and his reasoning I find very sound, quite in agreement with the moral Principle of Double Effect. Now before the “all-or-nothing” crowd blasts off to a region somewhere beyond the Plutonian orbit, let’s all take a breath and review the principle of double effect as I remember it from Msgr. William B. Smith’s course on Fundamental Moral Theology.

There are four conditions for the legitimate use of the principle of double effect.

First, the act itself must be morally good or at least morally indifferent (neutral). What could be better than working to save an innocent human life?

Second, the evil effect must not be intended for itself but only/merely intended. Here the person working to rescind the laws permitting abortion has taken a approach to incrementally rescind parts of the law(s) permitting abortions because for the past 30 years the all-or-nothing approach at overturning such laws has met with vociferous opposition and repeated failure. So, a person working to incrementally rescind/overturn abortion laws (I’ll call them “incrementalists” for the purpose of this article), intends to save lives within the realm of possibility, not directly intending the death of others, but looking forward to an eventual overturning of all laws permitting abortion.  CONTINUED 

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While I disagree with Morning’s Minion’s assertion that Rick Santorum ascribes to a “phony theology” I am not going to go pointing fingers and say that Morning’s Minion has a belief in a false theology even though we disagree in a number of areas politically. I believe that he is wrong in his accusation. He seems to think that certain matters of prudential judgement which aren’t infallible teachings of the Church are nevertheless obligatory for all Catholics to believe. This is nonsense. He makes unfounded accusations without providing any proof to back up his allegations. He makes the claim that Rick Santorum doesn’t believe in solidarity but didn’t offer any actions or statements by Santorum to back up his assertions. That may be Morning Minion’s perception, but it is a false perception. The fact that he points out that Santorum believes in American exceptionalism to somehow bolster his point when it is irrelevant brings out his progressive worldview which believes that America is simply another country amongst other countries, thinking America is no different or better than any other country out there. The implication from his words which shows that he doesn’t see America as being special speaks volumes. The success of America is exceptional. The only reason America may be a less exceptional nation than it used to be is due to progressives wanting to take down American successes a notch or two.
Morning’s Minion’s piece, Santorum is the one with the “Phony Ideology”, shows a lack of charity and good will on his part. His words reek of judgmentalism. He gives more due deference and charity to a non-Catholic than a fellow faithful Catholic and attributes a false characterization to him in defense of a non-Catholic just because of political differences. That is wrong. As brothers and sisters in Christ we are not supposed to be accusing our fellow brethren of not being good Catholics without any legitimate evidence to back up our claims. Disagreeing on a matter of prudential judgement is not a legitimate qualifier to make a declaratory statement that Rick Santorum is not Catholic and is following a “phony theology” just because he doesn’t believe in anthropogenic global warming.

Since the writers at Vox Nova are known for reaching out in solidarity of faith in finding common ground ecumenically among people of other faiths as well as people of no faith you would think that these fellow Catholics would have some understanding for who Rick Santorum was addressing, in that he was using the Bible as a basis for finding common ground among people of various Christian denominations and Jews. That is no basis for accusing Santorum of being a Sola Scriptura Protestant – nothing but a grave deficiency of charity would see the use of scripture in speeches as anything but a confirmation of his Catholicism. It’s OUR BIBLE for crying out loud! In addition Mornings Minion did not take into account the type of time constraints that Santorum has when giving interviews or when speaking in public. It isn’t like he was giving some type of symposium which only focused on our Creator, creation, and climate change.

We must not put creation above humanity. We must not worship creation like it is a God. This can lead to the belief of pantheism which is a doctrine that identifies God with the universe or regards the universe as a manifestation of God. Pantheism believes that nature is sacred, not that God is sacred. During the period between the 4th and 15th centuries pantheism was considered a heresy. in his encyclical Caritas In Veritate, Pope Benedict XVI focused on neo-paganism — pantheism — and pointed out that nature was given to us by the Creator to in order to “till it and keep it.” Here is a section from Caritas In Veritate:

“Nature expresses a design of love and truth. It is prior to us, and it has been given to us by God as the setting for our life. Nature speaks to us of the Creator (cf. Rom 1:20) and his love for humanity. It is destined to be “recapitulated” in Christ at the end of time (cf. Eph 1:9-10; Col 1:19-20). Thus it too is a “vocation”[115]. Nature is at our disposal not as “a heap of scattered refuse”[116], but as a gift of the Creator who has given it an inbuilt order, enabling man to draw from it the principles needed in order “to till it and keep it” (Gen 2:15). But it should also be stressed that it is contrary to authentic development to view nature as something more important than the human person. This position leads to attitudes of neo-paganism or a new pantheism — human salvation cannot come from nature alone, understood in a purely naturalistic sense. This having been said, it is also necessary to reject the opposite position, which aims at total technical dominion over nature, because the natural environment is more than raw material to be manipulated at our pleasure; it is a wondrous work of the Creator containing a “grammar” which sets forth ends and criteria for its wise use, not its reckless exploitation. Today much harm is done to development precisely as a result of these distorted notions. Reducing nature merely to a collection of contingent data ends up doing violence to the environment and even encouraging activity that fails to respect human nature itself. Our nature, constituted not only by matter but also by spirit, and as such, endowed with transcendent meaning and aspirations, is also normative for culture. Human beings interpret and shape the natural environment through culture, which in turn is given direction by the responsible use of freedom, in accordance with the dictates of the moral law. Consequently, projects for integral human development cannot ignore coming generations, but need to be marked by solidarity and inter-generational justice, while taking into account a variety of contexts: ecological, juridical, economic, political and cultural[117].”

Morning’s Minion asserts that Santorum doesn’t believe in climate change. Hogwash. Conservatives believe in climate change. We just don’t buy into the political propagandist consensus among scientists that humans are the primary cause of global warming. In a speech in which I was present I heard Rick Santorum state that people are to be stewards of the earth. Morning’s Minion believes in the doctrine of man-made science where all faithful Catholics must cede their intellectual curiosity to a dubious consensus maintained by silencing legitimate voices of opposition. There has been no Catholic doctrine defining man-made global warming theory as truth or commanding that all Catholics must believe in this in order to be considered faithful Catholics. The Pope advocating for solidarity and taking care of creation does not add up to his announcing a dictat which states that all Catholics must believe in anthropogenic global warming or else. To think that believing that the earth has experienced climate changing temperatures for many, many centuries and this temperature change is a normal trend in climate change not affected by human activity makes one Protestant is absurd. In recent years more and more scientists have awoken from a political propagandist trance, done research to find out the conclusions rather than allow their conclusions be a pre-determined by deference to the sacred cow of consensus. As a result of their investigative work and data gathering some have dissented from this fallacious consensus. My husband recently wrote an article, called On The Dangerous Naivete of Uncritical Acceptance of the Scientific Consensus, where he pointed out that dissent from consensus has proved to be true in a great number of instances throughout history, proving the consensus to be false or at least partially untrue.

There needs to be balance between preserving creation and preserving persons means to support themselves and their families. It is not right to put creatures needs above man’s need to survive. As a Catholic conservative I do not believe in anthropogenic climate change but I do believe that as people of God we are called to be good stewards of his creation. Believe it or not before there was the “green” movement and the belief in anthropogenic climate change there was recycling, a recognition for the necessity to reduce pollution for health safety, Adopt A Highway programs to pick up litter from streets, advocacy to reduce litter and pollution in our waters. Efforts to advance and fulfill these initiatives have been around for quite a few years. When environmental extremist watermelon types impede the farmers ability to earn a living all to save a 2-inch fish called The Delta smelt – a fish unsuitable for eating – now that is an example of putting creation above humanity. This is pure insanity. These farmers have been put out of work for over two years because of environmental extremism. And, now Obama has vowed to veto the Sacramento-San Joaquin Water Reliability Act which was introduced by Rep. Nunez. We have a moral obligation to ensure the safety of our citizens. I applaud Erin Brokovich for taking action to stop a California power company from continuing to pollute the city’s water supply. Another example, is highlighted in the movie A Civil Action which was based on the book and a real case in which an industrial solvent named trichlorethylene was contaminating a local aquifer and caused fatal cases of leukemia and cancer, as well as other health problems, among the citizens of the town. A case was mounted against the company which allowed this to happen. I am absolutely supportive of holding companies accountable for dumping harmful toxins, chemicals and other materials from being dumped into water supplies, along with preventing these type of harmful actions from happening in the future.

Romans 1:18-32 tells us that the people who suppress the truth in exchange for wickedness experienced the wrath of God. “They exchanged the truth about God for a lie, and worshiped and served created things rather than the Creator—who is forever praised. Amen.” The scripture passage mentions all the various ways that these people sinned against God and that it was God’s righteous decree that they receive due penalty for their error, that they deserved death.

Genesis 1:26-28 — And he said: Let us make man to our image and likeness: and let him have dominion over the fishes of the sea, and the fowls of the air, and the beasts, and the whole earth, and every creeping creature that moveth upon the earth. And God created man to his own image: to the image of God he created him: male and female he created them. And God blessed them, saying: Increase and multiply, and fill the earth, and subdue it, and rule over the fishes of the sea, and the fowls of the air, and all living creatures that move upon the earth.

In this scripture passage God says man will have dominion over the whole earth and every creature. This means we are supposed to be good stewards of the whole earth and every creature. This does not mean that humans should be subservient to creation. The belief in anthropogenic climate change can lead to the belief of Pantheism or even worse, believing that creation should be worshiped and given a higher priority than human needs. As you can see the scripture in Romans conveyed that God does not take kindly to people who put creation or any other object above him. Rick Santorum emphasized that we are to worship the Creator and not to make creation to be God-like or above the needs of all of humanity as some of the initiatives by the Left do. In Caritas in Veritate, Pope Benedict specifically states” …that it is contrary to authentic development to view nature as something more important than the human person.” This philosophy of nature is what Rick Santorum subscribes to, the belief that nature is not more important than either the human person or our Creator.

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Rick Santorum is sponsoring a car in the Daytona 500. That is awesome! He gave the driver this advice – “I talked to him about a strategy. I recommended he stay back in the pack, you know, hang back there until the right time, and then bolt to the front when it really counts,” Santorum said. “I’m hoping that for the first, you know, maybe 300, 400 miles, he’s sitting way, way back, letting all the other folks crash and burn, and then sneak up at the end and win this thing.”

Pic H/T ABC 

Rick Santorum defended comments he made last year in which he was critical of President John F. Kennedy’s speech on religion’s place in politics.  Santorum said  “Earlier in my political career I had opportunity to read the speech, and I almost threw up.”  He was specifically talking about this line in JFK’s speech –  “I believe in an America where the separation of church and state is absolute.”

From Boston.com: “I don’t believe in an America where the separation of church and state is absolute,” Santorum said today on ABC’s “This Week.’’ “The idea that the church should have no influence or no involvement in the operation of the state is absolutely antithetical of the objectives and vision of our country.”

Santorum said he understood the speech as being opposed to the First Amendment of the US Constitution, which bans government from making laws regarding religion or limiting its practice. “That means bringing everybody, people of faith and no faith, into the public square,” Santorum said. “Kennedy for the first time articulated a vision saying ‘no, faith is not allowed in the public square. I will keep it separate.’”

Santorum said his point was how important it is for everybody – including those of faith – to feel welcome in politics. “To say that people of faith have no role in the public square, you bet that makes you throw up,” Santorum said. “What kind of country do we live in that says only people of non-faith can come in the public square and make their case?”

Some people tend to misinterpret the “separation of Church and State”.   This means that there is to be no State-sponsored religion and citizens have the right to believe in whatever religion or no religion at all.  The State is forbidden from persecuting its citizens.   Citizens have a right to Freedom of Religion under the First Amendment to the Constitution.  

Father Dwight Longenecker posed the question “What is a Santorum Catholic?”  Father Longenecker is a Catholic convert who grew up as an Evangelical Protestant.  They were prejudiced against Catholics and Joe Kennedy’s philandering helped to reinforce these prejudices.  Here is the article:

As Rick Santorum surges in popularity people may be scratching their heads about his Catholic faith. The American public are used to Catholic politicians, but not this kind of Catholic politician.

I grew up as an Evangelical Protestant. We were prejudiced against Catholics. In our mind, Catholics were Democrats–and that was not good. We knew many of the blue collar folks were Catholics, but Catholics were also fat cats.

The Kennedys were Catholics and we had no respect for old Joe Kennedy who made his money as a bootlegger, nor for his philandering sons with their assumed air of American royalty. The Catholics we knew did not help to correct our prejudices. In our Puritanical Protestantism we didn’t smoke or drink or play cards or gamble or go to the movies. The Catholics did all that bad stuff.

I know now that my prejudices were just that. Among the worldly and sinful Catholics were many good and holy Christians. Likewise, among us Puritanical Protestants it turned out that there were many fallen and hypocritical Christians. That is really not the issue here. What my Protestant prejudices reveal is what Protestants in America have long thought about Catholics.

Protestant Evangelicals combined their theological disagreements with Catholicism with the bad example of Catholics in public life. Every time a Kennedy misbehaved the Protestants sneered and had their suspicions confirmed.

Whenever Catholic politicians like Pelosi and Biden and Kerry stood against their own church in public, the Protestants pointed fingers. When the Catholic bishops did nothing to discipline the wayward politicians Protestants raised a knowing eyebrow saying, “That figures.”  CONTINUED 

Father Longenecker hit the nail on the head! 

 

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Former Senator Rick Santorum was in Steubenville on Monday, the city  of our (Teresa’s and my) alma mater, Franciscan University.  Rick has been getting himself into some hot water lately by talking about the President’s theology, suggesting that there is some tension between Obama’s commitment to radical environmentalism and his alleged commitment to Christianity, and raising the spectre of Satan.  I, for one, fully agree with everything he said, and the conservative voices who cluck cluck and shake their heads are only showing how little faith they have.  Yes there is a Devil and he  is strolling back home with America in his handbasket.   Yes, radical environmentalism is at odds with a Christian worldview.   Let them whine all they want, it is only going to solidify Santorum’s hold on the Christian right which makes up the strongest base in the GOP.   Maybe that is what they are worried about – they want Romney to win the nomination.    I don’t.   A Romney nomination will practically guarantee another four years of Obama.  If I had my way, Newt would be doing better in the polls, but I like Rick, too.   In support of former Senator Santorum, I am re-posting here the videos my wife put up in her blog, Teresamerica.  I shot them (that is why they are jiggley at times, I suck as a videographer),  and T put them up on Youtube.

 

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Stacy of The Other McCain in his post Santorum Surge Returns: Wins Missouri, Wins Minnesota, Update: Wins Colorado has posted the results of the three contests showing the numbers which reveal what a huge and awesome night Rick Santorum had last night.  I had this feeling that Santorum would pick up steam again.  And he did.  YEA!!  Remember when Rick said “This is the Little Engine That Could Campaign”?  He is chugging away at a really good pace right now.

 

 

Here are the results from Missouri:

Rick Santorum ………..138,957 — 55.2%
Mitt Romney ………….. 63,826 — 25.3%
Ron Paul ………………… 30,641 — 12.2%

 

Here are the results from Minnesota:

Rick Santorum ……….20,932 — 44.9%
Ron Paul ………………..12,627 — 27.1%
Mitt Romney …………..7,890 –16.9%
Newt Gingrich ………. 4,993 — 10.7%

 

Here are the results from Colorado:

Rick Santorum ……….. 26,580 — 40.2%
Mitt Romney …………. 23,097 — 34.9%
Newt Gingrich …………. 8,457 — 12.8%
Ron Paul …………………. 7,782 — 11.8%

 

Simply outstanding!  Well done, Rick!

 

Stacy points out the NY Times is surprised by the Comeback Kid, Rick Santorum.

His candidacy all but dismissed just days ago, Rick Santorum won the Minnesota and Colorado caucuses and a nonbinding primary in Missouri on Tuesday, an unexpected trifecta that raised fresh questions about Mitt Romney’s ability to corral conservative support. . .
His performance added another twist to an unruly nominating contest that has seen Republican voters veering among candidates and refusing to coalesce behind anyone. It came after Mr. Romney scored back-to-back victories in Florida and Nevada that had led to predictions that he was finally on a straight march to the nomination.

 

Oh ye of little faith thou New York Times.  Prior to the contests yesterday Michelle Malkin wrote that “there are no inevitabilities in politics”, and expressed that “Santorum’s got game.”    She believes that Santorum could win and so do I.

MEDIAite asks Game Changer?   Yes, indeed.  Floyd Ciruli, a political analyst in Colorado, said “This is a major upset!”  He continued: “Definitely, there is a new story now…This harkens back to 2010, when the Tea Party essentially upset the established Republican candidates for the Colorado governor and Senate races, and it clearly demonstrates that the grass-roots of the party remains very conservative and is unwilling to unite behind the presumptive front-runner,” Ciruli said.

Rick Santorum is the best anti-establishment Republican in this race. He is the most qualified, principled conservative who can take on Pres. Obama.  Obama is a believer in big government. Rick Santorum is a believer in the American people.  He believes that America is exceptional. He is a moral man.  He is a leader that can help create an atmosphere where our economy thrives again.

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Father Z of the blog What Does The Prayer Really Say? posted part of an interview that Hugh Hewitt had with Rick Santorum.  Santorum answers a question on President Obama’s attack on the Church.  Here is part of the transcript:

RS: I talked about it in every speech I’ve given today. And here’s what I said, though, Hugh. I said that I took issue with the Catholic Bishops Conference, because Hugh, you may remember, they embraced Obamacare.

HH: Yes.

RS: They embraced it and said…here’s what I said to them. Be careful when you have government saying that they can give you rights, that you have a right to health care, and government’s going to give you something, because once you are now dependant on government, they, not only can they take that right away, they can tell you how to exercise that right, and you can either like it or not. And that’s the problem. That’s what the Catholic Bishops Conference didn’t get, that there’s no free lunch here, folks. If you’re going to give people secular power, then they’re going to use it in a secular fashion. And that’s why, you know, I hate to say it, but you know, you had it coming. And it’s time to wake up and realize that government isn’t the answer to the social ills. It’s people of faith, and it’s families, and it’s communities, and it’s charities that need to do this as it has in America so successfully for so long.

HH: Rick Santorum, what do you advise Catholic hospitals, Catholic colleges, Catholic…the centers of poverty assistance, the adoption agencies? What do you advise them to do in the face of, as Archbishop Olmstead said, we cannot comply with this unjust law?

RS: Civil disobedience. This will not stand. There’s no way they can make this stand. The Supreme Court, eventually, this thing’s going to get to the Supreme Court just like the ministerial hiring issue that was just decided by the Supreme Court the other day. And it was a 9-0 decision that said the Obama administration can’t roll over people of faith when it comes to hiring. Yet in the face of that decision, this radical, secular government of Barack Obama continues to have faith be the least important of the 1st Amendment. And I just think they fight. They fight in the courts, and they fight by civil disobedience, and go to war with the federal government over this one.
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The devil’s temptations at times can be quite enticing to the individual. Sometimes evil can be cloaked in goodness. I believe this is what happened to the Bishops with regards to Obamacare.
As noble as it is for the bishops to want to ensure that every person has acess to health care in the United States that is an impossible feat. Did the Bishops “dance with the devil” when they left the unborn for collateral damage in order to support Obamacare and the Democrat Party? I mean c’mon, when you have knowledge that Obama voted against the Infant Born Alive Infant Protection Act, that many in the Democrat Party believe in the “choice” to kill innocents via abortion, that these people have imposed numerous strangling regulations on the American people and have taken God out of our public schools thus removing the teaching of morality how can you honestly be surprised that the Obama admin would force their secularist values ( or lack thereof) down our throat? In the past big government has not been friendly but in fact hostile to religion and liberty so why would the bishops think that getting in bed with big government policies in the U.S. would turnout any differently? It is my opinion that the Church and in particular our bishops have been snake-bitten by the serpent.  Now, we need to pray for our bishops and the Church.

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