Skip to comments.Catholic archbishop leads boycott of businesses building Planned Parenthood abortion facility
Posted on 02/05/2014 7:42:57 AM PST by topher
NEW ORLEANS, [LA], February 5, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) The Archdiocese of New Orleans plans to do more than simply oppose the construction of a new $4.2 million Planned Parenthood abortion facility in the Big Easy. The archdiocese has announced it will boycott all businesses that in any way participate in or facilitate its erection.
Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond made the announcement in a letter to his diocese January 27th.
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[Article has VA, not LA, as place this occurs. This is the Archdiocese of New Orleans, Louisiana. Changed in the Freerepublic text.]
Maybe it should become a political football so that the Mayor of New Orleans and Governor of Louisiana put roadblocks in this effort...
It would not hurt their popularity.
However, the mayor of New Orleans is a Landrieu, and that family tends to be pro-abortion...
How about excommunicating high profile politicians that support abortion and homosexual “marriage”?
Sounds like all Democratic politicians in New York and Massachusetts (as well as some but not all Republicans) would be ex-communicated...
> Sounds like all Democratic politicians in New York and
> Massachusetts (as well as some but not all Republicans)
> would be ex-communicated...
Yes, that would send a very much needed message.
Of course, the same housecleaning needs to be done in the “Evangelical” camp, but it’s such a mixed bag. Many of those denominations actually support prenatal infanticide and homosexual “marriage”.
Thank you Archbishop. No Archdiocesan $$$ for the collaborators of the death merchants, Planned Parenthood.
“A nation that kills its own children is a nation without God.” Pope Jon Paul II
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