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Archdiocese of Washington, D.C. on Sebelius at Georgetown “Disappointed But Not Surprised”

The Archdiocese of Washington, D.C. has weighed in on Georgetown University inviting Secretary Sebelius as a participant in an event affiliated with their commencement activities this weekend. Below is the editorial published in the latest issue of the Catholic Standard. …

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Prayer in Defense of Marriage

God our Father, we give you thanks for the gift of marriage: the bond of life and love,and the font of the family. The love of husband and wife enriches your Church with children, fills the world with a multitude …

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U.S. Bishops Applaud Approval Of North Carolina Marriage Amendment In Face Of President Obama’s Recent Comments

Bishop Salvatore Cordileone of Oakland has joined Cardinal Dolan weighing in on the past week of activities surrounding the sanctity of marriage. In addition, Bishop Burbidge of Raleigh, North Carolina issued a statement following their amendment vote. Bishop Cordileone’s statement …

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Nancy Pelosi’s “religion compels” her to support same-sex marriage

Adding to the growing list of “There she goes again…” Nancy Pelosi misrepresents our Catholic faith while praising President Obama for his affirmation of same-sex marriage in the Oval Office on Wednesday, May 9, 2012. During the closing of her …

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House Reaffirms support for Defense of Marriage Act

Hours after President Obama’s Oval Office interview when he announced support for same-sex marriage, the House of Representatives passed an amendment that would prevent money from being used to litigate against the Defense of Marriage Act. 48% of Catholics in …

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Cardinal Dolan: President Obama’s Remarks on Marriage ‘Deeply Saddening’

WASHINGTON—Cardinal Timothy Dolan, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), issued the following statement: “President Obama’s comments today in support of the redefinition of marriage are deeply saddening. As I stated in my public letter to the President …

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President Obama’s Same-Sex Marriage Advocacy Against Teachings of Catholic Church

Catholic Advocate President Matt Smith issued the following statement in response to President Obama “affirming” he believes same-sex marriage should be legal during an interview with ABC News today: “Once again, the President is spending time advancing an anti-Catholic agenda. …

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Our prayer this Easter

On Palm Sunday, our Holy Father Benedict XVI explained the promise of God contained in the joyous shouts of those who welcomed Jesus into the city of Jerusalem: The answer is found throughout Scripture, which reminds us that the Messiah …

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The new health law will harm the most vulnerable Americans

One of the most tragic results of the new health law is that it will make it harder for many of the most vulnerable in our country to get the medical care they need.  This is especially true for patients …

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No Retreat from Bishops on Defending Religious Freedoms

Good news! The Administrative Committee of the USCCB has released a statement on the HHS mandate that doesn’t retreat a single step from the position taken by Cardinal Dolan, Cardinal George, Archbishop Chaput, and the dozens of other bishops who …

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