Skip to comments.Mass. lawmakers hail Pope Francis’s message
Posted on 04/01/2014 10:20:24 AM PDT by BlatherNaut
WASHINGTON From the beginning, Representative Jim McGoverns political life was entwined with his Catholic faith. As a young aide to Democratic Representative Joe Moakley in the early 1990s, McGovern led an investigation into the murders of six Jesuits and two lay women in El Salvador.
As a congressman, he has pushed for more spending on global nutrition, higher taxes on the wealthy, and other positions that, he says, derive from the Catholic Churchs mission to serve the poor. But for most of the last three decades, McGovern wondered if progressives like himself still had a place in the church.He felt a little bit of an outcast, he said, because of his liberal views on abortion and gay marriage.
Then came Pope Francis. Hes saying the things I want my church to stand for, McGovern said.
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CINO’s see the Pope as supporting their “CINOcity”. Even if the Pope has been misinterpreted as we are often told, is the Pope fine with this perception? A stinging rebuke would be in order, I would think
Just more confirmation that roman catholic democrats are liberals first and secular humanism is their true religion and their god is government..
Mary can’t save em....
The Catholics in Congress hear what they want to hear and blatantly disregard their Church’s teachings. They will surely burn in Hell.