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To: mlizzy

I’m sorry to hear that your mother passed away. Prayers for you and your family, in the knowledge she now is in Heaven with Christ our savior.

Pelosi’s (and now the Church’s) problem, is that she made her separation from Church doctrine public is a big way. Archbishop Wuerl’s statement was made to correct the record (apparently) but that just clarifies the schism between Church doctrine and her work and her beliefs. It would seem to me she’s painted herself and the Church into a very public corner.


22 posted on 08/26/2008 5:52:47 AM PDT by bcsco (Obama's just biden his time until McCain wins in November.)
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To: bcsco
I think Rome should issue a declaration concerning this. Something like this. After hearing Nancy Pelosi, the Speaker of the House, being so confused about Church doctrine, we feel it is time to expressly state our beliefs and how we will ensure that they are followed among our clergy.

The Catholic Church believes that life begins at conception, and we will not participate at any level. We will instruct our clergy to teach that to all Catholics. The Catholic Church believes that marriage is made up of one woman and one man, and we will not participate. We will not participate in same sex adoptions.

Any clergy member participating in the advancement of these sins will be defrocked. Catholics who publicly disagree or work toward the implementation of these sinful activities will be denied Communion and/or excommunicated.

We are taking this stand because, as Nancy Pelosi has shown, too many of our faithful have not been properly instructed in Church Doctrine.

23 posted on 08/26/2008 6:27:08 AM PDT by Betty Jane
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