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Media Lies About Obama “Compromise” with Catholics

CNN reported yesterday that the Obama administration just announced they’re willing to compromise with Catholics over the HHS mandate. Great…except…it’s a complete fabrication. And I mean a complete fabrication. Check out the report here: What is actually being said by… Continue Reading →

Santorum: Obama Hostile to Christians

Senator Rick Santorum yesterday called Obama’s administration “hostile to people of faith, particularly Christians, and specifically Catholics” according to the LA Times. Good on Rick. Catholics need to beat this drum until this country wakes up. And right now Rick… Continue Reading →

Notre Dame, CHA Propose Dangerous Compromise on Religious Liberty

414(e) of the IRS Code. Sounds like yawn-inducing accounting talk, right? But The Cardinal Newman Society’s going to be talking a lot about it, because the future of religious liberty in this country may depend on knowing what it does…. Continue Reading →

Bishop Lori on “Immediate and Palpable Threats to Religious Freedom”

CMR kudos to Bishop William Lori, Chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, who joined Fox and Friends to speak about the disappearing religious freedoms in this country right now. He said, according to Fox News, that while he’s… Continue Reading →

Kmiec Defends Obama

Catholics hatin’ on Obama? That can’t stand. So Captain Kmiec, Obama apologist, flies in to the rescue in the pages of the National Catholic Reporter. National Catholic Reporter: Sometimes one is tempted to say a plague on both your houses…. Continue Reading →

Ya’ Been Hoodwinked! Bamboozled!

What could possibly go wrong with a bill that had in its name “Religious Freedom Protection?” It sounds like something Catholics and Christians across this fruited plain should embrace, right? Well remember when Illinois passed the “Religious Freedom Protection and… Continue Reading →

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