Democrats Promoting Schism

As a Catholic Pro-Abort Woman

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Bravo to Bill O’Reilly for taking note of Caroline Kennedy’s phrase “as a Catholic woman” before she attacked pro-life laws passed around the country in legislatures controlled by Republicans.  O’Reilly recognized this as a direct attack on the Catholic Church.  Of course this is all part of the Democrat party’s attempt to promote a de facto schism in the Church in America for political advantage.  As I have noted many times this isn’t merely an election year for American Catholics.  This is an Elijah on Mount Carmel year.  A time of choosing is upon us. →']);" class="more-link">Continue reading

Declaring War on the Church

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Well the above video from the Romney campaign removes all doubt that the HHS Mandate is going to be front and center in the fall campaign.  Obama was campaigning with Sandra Fluke yesterday, as Ed Morrissey at Hot Air details here.  Obama’s war on the Catholic Church, and his attempt to promote schism within the Church, may play a decisive role in the swing states like Ohio that will decide this election.

Pro-Abort Democrat Members of Congress Salute Radical Nuns

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Hattip to Matt Archbold at Creative Minority Report.  That the pro-abort Democrats in Congress salute the radical nuns of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious should come as no surprise to any sentient Catholic.  First, many members of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious have served as an unpaid resource for the Democrat Party for years, embracing every Leftist fad imaginable while studiously ignoring, or acting against, the fight against abortion waged by the Church.  Second, as I have written here, the Obama administration, as a campaign tactic, is promoting a schism within the Catholic Church.  →']);" class="more-link">Continue reading

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