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Quote for the Day "At this time, some Catholics may feel politically homeless, sensing that no political party and too few candidates share a consistent concern for human life and dignity. However, this is not a time for retreat or discouragement. We need more, not less engagement in political life. We urge Catholics to become more involved." ~ USCCB Administrative Committee, Faithful citizenship: A Catholic Call to Political Responsibility, page 3.
Quote for the Day "We always have to remember that it's objectively wrong to vote for a pro-choice politician. People could be in ignorance of how serious this is. But once they understand and know this and then willingly do it, vote for a pro-choice candidate, then they need to confess that." Archbishop Raymond Burke, Diocese of St.Louis
A Prayer For Our “Catholic” Pro-Death Politicians Lord, we come before You seeking Your mercy and forgiveness for our brothers and sisters who have fallen away from the Truth of Your teachings and Your commandments. We pray for a purification of their hearts, minds, and souls. We ask You to change their hearts, to conform their minds and will to Yours, to help them accept Your graces to reject evil, to repent of their sins, and to come back Home to You. Help them, Lord, to become acutely aware of the sanctity of all human life and to preserve, protect, and defend it in all circumstances and all situations. Amen. Quote of the Day "To claim the right to abortion, infanticide and euthanasia, and to recognize that right in law, means to attribute to human freedom a perverse and evil significance: that of an absolute power over others and against others. This is the death of true freedom..." (Pope John Paul II, Evangelium Vitae 20) ~ Jean M. Heimann, ®June 8, 2004

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