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19MAY09 Notre Dame, Obama, and the Police



Sad but true. Don't forget to pray for those police who did indeed handle the situation remarkably well, calmly, and as gentle as they could in the public eye. Fr. Norman Weslin is definitely going peacefully despite the situation also. Pass The Salt ministries compares the prayerful walk in protest as a trip up Calvary with Jesus, and indeed this video is an example. Do pray for those police, in the spirit of Christ, who at the moment of death, opened the eyes of Legionaries beneath him: The Centurion and the men with him who were keeping watch over Jesus feared greatly when they saw the earthquake and all that was happening, and they said, "Truly, this was the Son of God!" (Matthew 27:55).

Some critical reading about this whole situation:
Deacons Bench
Te Deum Laudameus: "Is getting arrested good for Pro-Life causes" "80-year old priest arrested" "Jane Roe arrested"


Pelosi and Biden are among that group compromising Roman Catholics that are greatly assisting President Obama divide our Church. They feel that the idea of Abortion is trivial, and that the Government mandated welfare for the 'poor' is superior to any form charity. Despite the biblical principle of giving 10% (minimum I might add) back to God, Peolsi and Biden to my knowledge have failed in this regard while justifying further taxation on the rich saying its for the poor; while mis-spending that tax payer money on things like the TARP (paying off those CEO's they want to tax more, and ignoring the Freddie/Fanny scandal due to Dodd and Frank...). But abortion is a trivial point... They are Catholic in name only, seeking the Hispanic voting block through use of religion for political purposes (while seeming to champion 'separation of church and state'). Meanwhile they and their ACLU supporters see no reason that the IRS should stay out of church affairs in California due to Proposition 8 support, why is state getting ready to interfere in affairs of church? Meanwhile Je$$e Jack$on and Al $harpton continue to support specific candidates from the pulpit while, while any Catholic Bishop or Priest who speaks out against 'candidates who support abortion' are ostracized and threatened with taxation (like the Pat Robertson founder of the 700 Club said, they can say what they want because THEY PAY TAXES, and so Sharpton and Jackson should do the SAME).

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