Skip to comments.Religious groups plan spiritual events while Democrats are in town (RATS in Charlotte - uh, oh...)
Posted on 08/17/2012 5:14:19 PM PDT by Libloather
Religious groups plan spiritual events while Democrats are in town
By Michael Gordon
The Charlotte Observer
Posted: Friday, Aug. 17, 2012
>The Rev. James Forbes told convention delegates in Boston in 2004 that the Democratic Party had not really spent a lot of time talking about faith and politics.
That won't be a problem in Charlotte.
Forbes will be part of a sweeping series of spiritual events tied to the 2012 Democratic National Convention. From mass prayer gatherings by Christians and Muslims to speeches and programs, the City of Churches plans to live up to its name.
Several congregations will offer special sermons or panels on issues ranging from immigration to economic justice. Others will host nationally acclaimed speakers such as Forbes and Marian Wright-Edelman, founder of the Children's Defense Fund. In keeping with the suddenly voguish theme of Radical Hospitality, First Presbyterian Church will give away lemonade and cookies from its lawn on Trade Street.
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Churches with Useful Idiots.
They are so awful that my daughter won't go to Mass there, even though they are less than 3 blocks from her house. She drives all the way out to Huntersville to go to St. Marks.
I wonder if Bishop Jugis is going to rein them in any. He's pretty orthodox.
They need to stage these gatherings in public places rather than their churches. The freaks will have no problem trashing their places of worship and won’t be punished for doing so
Hold an Exorcism to drive the Satan Spirits out!
Ah but we are to pray for the apostates.IMO it is impossible for anyone to be a true Christian— and a “useful idiot” used by the Democrats at the same time.
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