U.S. Bishops prepare Catholics for Civil Disobedience

Kudos to Mr. Jeffrey for this article.

“Religion is Free,…or NOTHING is Free”.

Letting Freedom Ring

By Terence P.  Jeffrey via CNS News

(CNSNews.com) – Having organized 43 plaintiffs—including the archdioceses of New York  and Washington and the University of Notre Dame—to file 12 different  lawsuits against the Obama administration last Monday alleging the  administration is violating the religious freedom of Catholics, the  Catholic bishops of the United States are now preparing Catholics for  what may be the most massive campaign of civil disobedience in this  country since the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and early 1960s.

“Some unjust laws impose such injustices on individuals and  organizations that disobeying the laws may be justified,” the bishops  state in a document developed to be inserted into church bulletins in  Catholic parishes around the country in June.

“Every effort must be made to repeal them,” the bishops say in the  document, which is already posted on the website of the U.S. Conference  of Catholic Bishops

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3 responses to “U.S. Bishops prepare Catholics for Civil Disobedience

  1. I said this about boycotts, too, but, civil disobedience is not a tool reserved exclusively for the use of the left. I would love to see tens of thousands of Catholics and their supporters in the streets, peacefully protesting this blatant attempt to hijack the very first right enumerated in the very first amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The media won’t be able to ignore that, and it will expose the lie that this issue is somehow about womens’ access to birth control medications and not about religious freedom.

    What I don’t understand is how pro-baby-killing pols like Sebelius, Piglosi, John “Lurch” Kerry and many others can even call themselves Catholics, and why they have not been excommmunicated from the church.

  2. LivinRightinPGH

    Never, EVER allow the fox into the hen house…..

  3. Pingback: Monday Morning Sermon: Persecution and Civil Disobedience « Two Heads are Better Than One

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