PHOENIX, Arizona, October 6, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) — “Your soul will be in grave danger” if you vote for a candidate and party that are committed to expanding abortion on demand, “especially if you present yourself for Holy Communion after casting such a vote with the full knowledge of what you’re doing,” the rector of the Cathedral of Sts. Simon and Jude said in a homily skewering pro-abortion arguments and informing Catholics of their duty to vote pro-life.
“God’s mercy is bigger than your sin and your pain.” – Father John Lankeit
We implore you to watch, and read this post in its entirety. As you read, may I suggest you think Christian if you are not Catholic.
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Less Politeness, More Forthrightness
Can Muslims be Good Americans?
Let me count the reasons and ways they CANT.
This needs to be read and sent on to everyone you know.
Maybe this is why our American Muslims are so quiet and not speaking out about any atrocities. Can a good Muslim be a good American? This question was forwarded to a man who worked in Saudi Arabia for 20 years.
The following is his reply:
Wall Street Journal, by William A. Galston, Dec. 30, 2014
Phil Robertson, star of A&E hit reality show Duck Dynasty, has been suspended from the show because of “anti-gay” remarks he made in an interview with GQ Magazine.
Explaining Robertson’s suspension, A&E indicated that “A&E Networks…have always been strong supporters and champions of the LGBT community.”
But, as far as I read the interview with Robertson, he wasn’t responding to a question about homosexuality. He was responding to a question about sin.
The joint report by Texas-based Liberty Institute and Washington-based Family Research Council says groups like the American Civil Liberties Union aren’t the only culprits. The report says government agencies around the U.S. are trying to push Christian expression out the door.
From Fort Worth Star Telegram, By Tom Hamburger and Matea Gold, Tribune Washington Bureau, 09/02/2011 – On a remote ranch more than 70 miles west of Austin, top evangelical leaders from across the country assembled last weekend for a private two-day retreat.
It wasn’t a religious revival that drew the group of 200, which included luminaries of the Christian right but the chance to hear the personal testimony of one man: Gov. Rick Perry. Continue reading →