Skip to comments.Breaking News: Doug Kmiec to become US Ambassador to Malta
Posted on 07/03/2009 6:07:23 AM PDT by tcg
I was one of those who went toe to toe with my colleague during the last hotly contested Presidential campaign in the United States of America. For me, it was never about my being an enthusiastic supporter of the other major candidate - I was not. It was about the threshold foundational concern that reveals the very heart of Catholic Social Justice thought, the inviolable dignity of every human life. This is the key to the whole social justice teaching of the Catholic Church. I contended then and now that it must also be the door through which we proceed in making every important voting decision.
The inviolable dignity of every human person at every age and stage is more than an issue for Catholics. It is the hermeneutic, the lens, through which our entire social justice analysis proceeds. After all, our call to give a preferential love for the poor in Catholic Social teaching is rooted in our absolute insistence on their human dignity as created in the Image of God. Our call to promote peace and always resist war is rooted in our recognition of the human dignity of even those whom we consider enemies. Every procured abortion is the taking of an innocent human life, the life of our first neighbor in the first home, and an act of unspeakable evil.
The "Right to Life" is not some single issue, it is the entire framework within which we are called to help build a just society. Allowing our positive law to continue to be used to protect the taking of any innocent human life as a choice and then placing the police power of the State behind such an evil act threatens the entire infrastructure of human rights.
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>> The disagreement between Doug and I <<
Sorry, but I had to stop reading right there. If you can’t do the grammar correctly, I suspect you’re not a clear thinker.
So that’s the going price for a soul these days — a token ambassadorship.
I only woke up for a moment because I couldn’t sleep.
So I get to find this. Doug Kmiec is the most duplicitous, despicable, rotten Catholic that has ever drawn a breath on this earth.
I know I’m whistling in the breeze, but I wish the Pope would toss his sorry ass out of the church. And I mean YESTERDAY.
He makes me ashamed to be 100% Italian and 100% Catholic.
Flamers, have at it......
Good. We can get this idiot out of our country.
I’ll jump in the flames with you. He’s a repugnant heretic.
Luckily, his final reward is not up to us.
And Deacon Keith Fournier is not doing himself any favors.
Just food for thoughtful contemplation...
I was wondering what his 30 pieces of silver would be.
this is the 30 pieces of silver he was promised for his work in bringing Catholics to the Obams. i also think that the fact that it’s Malta’s ambassadorship which he received, gives credence to the rumor we heard that he wanted the Vatican, was probably proposed for it and rejected by the Vatican [rumor was there were 3 proposed and rejected].
i take consolation in the fact he did not get the Vatican ambassadorship, because i feel certain that is what he wanted.
The author must have read your grammatical concern and chaged it.....
The century-long foray of the hierarchy into “social teaching” is one vast pile of blunders. And now we have bishops, bishops’ conferences, and even the Vatican, making statements supportive of the “climate change” hoax.
Here is Catholic Social Teaching, starting at Square One:
Thou shalt not kill. (murder)
Thou shalt not steal. (theft, robbery, fraud, rent-seeking)
Thou shalt not commit adultery. (policies that promote adultery, abandonment of children, fornication, sodomy, etc.)
“Catholic Social Teaching” went off the tracks very early, following the pattern of “It is Catholic Social Teaching that everyone should have X, Y, and Z...” A “just” wage, or “adequate” health care and education. That is the road to the gulag.
Hopefully the Maltese people will make his life miserable there.
“Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Mercieca of Malta has previously spoken out about the role Christian politicians must take in respecting life in all stages.
During a Maltese Independence Day celebration in 2004, he noted that these politicians ‘should reject abortion and euthanasia, work for sustainable economic and social development and be in solidarity with the weakest and most vulnerable.’ “
“Catholic Social Teaching went off the tracks very early, following the pattern of It is Catholic Social Teaching that everyone should have X, Y, and Z...”
Thou shall not covet thy neighbor’s house. You shall not covet...his ox nor his ass, nor anything else that belongs to him
Are there any Maltese FReepers? Perhaps we can picket his residence and yell at his windows late at night.
>> The author must have read your grammatical concern and changed it <<
Obviously. Never thought I could have such influence!
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