Catholics have only themselves to blame. They vote Democrat.
If they abide by the Bible, they know that “we ought to obey God rather than man.” There is no room for compromise.
I don't go with the chronic negativity, though. People are turning around. Cheer them to do the right thing.
You do want them to do the right thing, don't you?
“Catholics have only themselves to blame. They vote Democrat.”...............
This is getting tiresome I am a lifelong Catholic and have never voted for Democrats. My Mother, God rest her soul, was born in 1902, and she never voted for a Democrat either as she was always conservative. Her Father (my Grandfather), told her on his deathbed that he was so very happy that he had never voted for FDR!!!!! You see my Granddad was a community banker, and he realized early on that FDR was a demagogue who did not understand economics.
So, just because some Catholics vote for Democrats, does not mean that all Catholics vote for Democrats.
Blacks used to be Republicans until they were brainwashed.
Catholics are only now coming out of a century-long stupor, and realizing that Liberalism is not a Christian philosophy. Many of our current GOP leaders are Catholics,
In fact, my take on liberalism is that it “slays the Holy Spirit”, which is considered the greatest sin of all according to the bible. Liberalism poisons the minds of people, convincing them that they are being charitable when they are really abrogating their personal responsibility to their neighbors. Liberals define CHARITY as a bad thing when it is, in fact, a theological virtue, and according to the Gospel of St. John, the greatest of all virtues. Instead liberals promote collectivism as a substitute for personal growth in charity. Is it any wonder that our country and the world are in trouble?
Great - when they come for you - we’ll keep out mouths shut.
So because a thin majority of Catholics voted for the Halfrican in the last election, all of us -- including those Catholics, like me, who have *never* voted for a Democrat for President, and only rarely voted for one for any other office -- get to forfeit our Constitutional rights?
I used to live in an America where we thought the First Amendment, and the rest of the Bill of Rights, applied to everyone, equally, without regard to whether or not they agreed with us.
Maybe we ought to try to bring that America back. Think about it.