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Breaking: New showdown with Obama

11-26-13 Posted by Admin in Blog, Supreme Court 0 Comments
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We have some breaking news to share with you.

First, the Supreme Court just agreed to hear two cases filed over the Obama administration’s abortifacient mandate. As you know, Obamacare forces all health insurance plans to pay for sterilization, contraceptives, and yes, abortion drugs.

Bottom line: this major case impacts religious liberties and people of faith everywhere so Catholic Advocate will remain vigilant.

Second is another Obama move that can only be characterized as a slap in the face to the Catholic church and Catholics everywhere. Right now the Obama administration is actually taking formal steps to close down the official Embassy to the Holy See!

You read that correctly.

His plan? To throw Catholics a few crumbs with a some office space at the Embassy to Italy. It’s outrageous … and unacceptable. Rest assured Catholic Advocate is not sitting on the sidelines for this one either.

And finally, Pope Francis released his new apostolic exhortation out today entitled “Evangelii Gaudium.” It reads:

“The Synod Fathers spoke of the importance of respect for religious freedom, viewed as a fundamental human right. This includes “the freedom to choose the religion which one judges to be true and to manifest one’s beliefs in public”. A healthy pluralism, one which genuinely respects differences and values them as such, does not entail privatizing religions in an attempt to reduce them to the quiet obscurity of the individual’s conscience or to relegate them to the enclosed precincts of churches, synagogues or mosques. This would represent, in effect, a new form of discrimination and authoritarianism.”

There’s a lot going on. We will keep you informed as things develop.

Have a blessed Thanksgiving.

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