As I stood on First Street in front of the Supreme Court of the United States in our nation’s capital at 10 a.m. on June 28, 2012, I knew I was witnessing history. But not in a good way.
With the United States and the world facing the biggest financial crisis since the Great Depression, everyone is asking: “How did we get here? And when will we get out of it?”
Ever since the Obama administration chose to ramrod a policy that is anathema to Catholic doctrine, we have seen all sorts of machinations emanating from the media, twisting and mollifying the argument in order to remove clarity from exactly what it is Obama is attempting to do.
There is something intriguing and, at the same time, troubling about the upheaval being created by the Obama administration’s dictate regarding religious institutions and the right of conscience.
It has always been a bit curious to me that government officials, as well as high-placed, influential members of the media elite, cannot ignore the temptation to criticize or demean people of faith.
This is the second in a series of five Challenges that ALL issued to President Obama and Congress in light of the $200K Planned Parenthood (PP) ad blitz targeting Congress.
Obamacare has taken on a new identity in the media, and the headlines tell the tale. According to an Associated Press title, “Contraception could be free under health care law.
A kiss—an expression of affection, greeting, respect, or love by use of the lips. Judas the Apostle sealed his betrayal of our Blessed Lord with a kiss for a mere 30 pieces of silver.
If you’ve ever heard the words in John 1:14 (“The Word was made flesh, He lived among us, and we saw His Glory, the Glory that is His as the only Son of the Father, full of grace and truth.”
It’s really not that difficult to see why Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s repeated attempts to compromise the Church have not brought a resounding, united statement of outrage from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.