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Vatican Tells Nuns “Enough is Enough”

NETWORK, a DC Catholic lobbying organization, has been little known outside the Beltway since its founding by Catholic sisters in 1971. Within the Beltway and in the media, NETWORK is known as a Catholic organization whose representatives often visit members …

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The Obama Catholic Coalition Meets in D.C.

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By: Deal W. Hudson & Matt Smith In the wake of the 2004 defeat of John Kerry, leftwing Catholics, aligned with the Democratic Party, got down to serious work. The result was a coalition of organizations, publications, writers, academics, and …

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All The President's Women

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By Anne Hendershott While the polls have shown dramatic declines in approval for President Obama from most demographic groups, the President continues to enjoy strong support from many women—especially pro-choice women.  Most recently, Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards praised the …

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Bishop Morlino Calls Out Disobedient Catholic Groups

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By Brenda Steele In his Diocese of Madison, WI, Catholic Herald column, Bishop Robert Morlino answers the question, “Who is called to lead the people in faith?” He states unequivocally that it is NOT the Catholic Health Association nor the nuns …

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Bart Stupak Trusts the Promise of the Infanticide President

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By Deal Hudson We are the hollow men We are the stuffed men The evening the Stupak-Pitts Amendment passed, I expressed the hope that a new era of pro-life politics had begun.  For the first time, in a long time, …

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Fifty-nine Thousand Nuns Oppose the Bishops on Health Care

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By: Deal W. Hudson “Don’t mess with the nuns!” is a comment I’ve heard over the years from cradle Catholics who were taught by them.  The question now arises whether the undecided Catholic members of the House will be influenced …

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