Category Archives: Religious Freedom

Violence Against Christians in Syria

I read this article in Fides this afternoon. Christians in Syria are caught in the cross-fire between rebels and government forces. Please keep them in your prayers. Here is the article. Tartus (Agenzia Fides) – About 150 thousand Christians live … Continue reading

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The HHS Mandate vs a Family Business

Here is a story of things to come if the HHS mandate requiring employers to provide insurance coverage for abortion, contraception and sterilization (regardless of the employers religious beliefs) is allowed to remain. I think this court case is going … Continue reading

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The Catholic Vote… We Must

The upcoming election has so many very important issues at stake, issues that, if resolved in a manner at odds with our human nature, religious liberties and human life, will have disastrous effects for generations. That is why it is … Continue reading

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Quote for the Day #2

“The mechanisms to preserve religious liberty only work when people care about their religion… Saving religious liberty means reminding people that they should love God. Thomas More taught us that we need religious liberty. More importantly, he taught us that … Continue reading

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Protest by Catholic Activists – The Hill’s Healthwatch

I want to thank Deacon Greg Kandra over at the Deacon’s Bench for bringing this article to my attention. It comes “The Hill,” the political paper of record in Washington, D.C. Here is an excerpt: Democrats want voters this year … Continue reading

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