I want it handled by the cardinals so they don't present themselves for communion in the first place. They should be instructed to stay in their seats and it shouldn't even get to the point of a refusal. The Mass is an occasion of solemn worship and it shouldn't be turned into a spectacle.
The Catholic vote is killing us and supports the pro-abortion movement and the democrat party, what I am learning here is that there is no Catholic desire to change it.
Now see, this is the kind of statement that perturbs me. Disagreement about methods isn't disagreement about need for change. As for supporting the proabortion movement, only ONCE in the last 5 years have I met a nonCatholic on the sidewalks outside the abortuary. But Catholics are there freezing, roasting, getting soaked, sunburned, and parched. While I can appreciate your frustration I don't appreciate being painted with the wide proabortion brush.
As for stats, it's been a long time since my stats and surveying courses, but I remember enough to look at them with a grain of salt. I don't deny that many Catholics are leaving the faith outside the voting booth. But I don't believe the data is as pure as some would have us believe. My cousin's St Bernard would be classified Catholic in some of those polls!
Bottom line, there is hope on a number of fronts but I'm too tired to get into it just now. Maybe if all of us spent more time praying for each other instead of tearing into each other we'd be making more progress ;)
Always the same, life and conservatism, truth and reality, means nothing, pretending that the Catholic vote is the opposite of what it is, is everything.
Obama, call to your people, send Pelosi and Biden to represent the Catholics as you should, it would be weird to send anyone other than the two most prominent Catholics in America, and the two Catholic leaders of the party of the majority of Catholic voters.
The Catholic vote is exactly what it is supposed to be evidently.