Yea, the sparrow hath found an house, and the swallow a nest for herself, where she may lay her young, even thine altars, O Lord of hosts, my King, and my God.
An admirable principle.Much harder to live by here.But one tries. Alas, without too much success lately.Cheers,-John-In partibus infidelium
Welcome to the same soup the rest of the world has been in for 40 years. It's been hard to live by it for some time out here.
So a bunch of women decided that "free" birth control is more important than conscience rights, religious liberty, the economy, the sheer economics of "free" birth control, drone strikes in Libya, and a dead ambassador.It reminds me of Needful Things (Stephen King), wherein the devil sells people worthless junk in exchange for their souls. As my friend and I were saying, if you're going to sell out the greatest nation on earth, at least get something better than contraception that you can get for $9/month. That's just laughable. ~bridget
Obama should put out a huge newpaper headline:"Thank You to the Spirit of Vatican II bishops, priests and religious!The path you set 40 years ago helped get me to where I am today. You showed Catholics that they could make informed decisions based on their own moral consciences not on what the Catholic Church tells them it is."
I wish I lived in an era where women couldn't vote. I would be much happier then.
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