Friday, March 19, 2010

Pelosi adds outrage to outrage: invokes St Joseph for pro-death Senate "health" bill, takes cover behind dissident religious

Pelosi the poser is doing again what only she does best: pretend that one can be a Catholic in good standing and pro-abortion at the same time.

Pelosi has publicly draped herself in the Catholic mantle in a last desperate bid to create the illusion that the death-dealing Senate "health" (sic) bill is acceptable to Catholics. She gets the feast wrong, as Friday is the Solemnity of Saint Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church, and not "Saint Joseph the Worker" as she claimed. Fail. She is also quick to take cover behind dissident Catholic religious women who are publicly thumbing their noses at our bishops. Fail again.

Catholic bishops in union with our Holy Father are teachers in the Church for matters of faith and morals. The bishops have spoken out, saying that the fundamental flaws in the Senate health bill vitiate any good intended by the bill. (Click here for more info.) For this reason the bishops do not support the health bill and neither can a Catholic in good conscience. When religious women disagree with the bishops, the religious women are wrong. The bishops have spoken; the case is closed.

1 comment:

pilgrim said...

Pelosi is in a position to do so much good for the country and to set a beautiful example of how the Catholic faith does not have to be compromised when holding a government position. It is sad that her choice is causing others to be confused and mislead. By strongly and publicly stating that she is living as a faithful Catholic should, she is adding sin to sin, not only in her own life, but also in the lives of those who hear and believe her. Mercy!

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