Monday, April 21, 2008

Pope strong on Life Issues

Despite the wishful thinking of some in the media who were hoping to garner support for their favorite Democrat politician from Catholics before the Pennysylvania Primary Tuesday, the Pope has NOT gone soft on those who support the killing of the unborn.
Just because Nancy Pelosi, Ted Kennedy, and Rudy Guiliani had the audacity to defile the Holy Eucharist at the Papal Masses they attended, doesn't mean it was sanctioned by the Holy Father. According to Canon Law, t is incumbent upon the minister of Communion to make that decision, and none of them had the nerve (or the tickets) to receive Communion from the Pope.
He spoke out strongly on life issues several times, especially at Yankee Stadium, where his comment was met with sustained applause. "They are the truths which alone can guarantee respect for the inalienable dignity and rights of each man, woman and child in our world - including the most defenseless of all human beings, the unborn child in the mother's womb," he said.
HT Life News

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