Catholics And All Christians You Are In Charge

         CATHOLCS AND ALL CHRISTIANS YOU ARE IN CHARGE

                         By:  Edward P. Shallow

In December of 2011 I authored the article, “The War on Christianity is real.”

I wrote the war  on Christianity  is in full bloom is indisputable ; the enemies  of Christ  know that  to succeed in  establishing a Socialistic  form of government  where they will have  total power  over the people,  they must  destroy  the peoples faith in God.

The attack on Christianity is  real  and  if We The People  fail to  render God  paramount, the forces of evil  will be victorious  and we will lose  the nation.

The president himself took the lead in the assault.  Consider:

The president declared in an e-mail to CBN that “whatever we once were, we’re no longer just a Christian nation.”  

The  Catholic  Church is a major roadblock in  Obama’s quest to bring complete Socialism to the U.S.  of A.  It explains why Obama and his minions must “divide and conquer” the Catholic Church because for the last 100 years whenever Socialism reared its ugly head every Pope  vigorously  condemned it because it denies God.

All denominations worthy of “Making the Sign of The Cross” must unite in a common effort to defeat President Obama in November.

Consider, when the Catholic Church was founded, there were no hospitals. Today, one out of five people in this country receive their medical care at a Catholic hospital.

When the Catholic Church was founded, there were no schools.  Today, the Catholic Church teaches 3 million students a day, in its more than 250 Catholic Colleges and Universities, in its more than 1200 Catholic High Schools and its more than 5000 Catholic grade schools.

Every day, The Catholic Church feeds, clothes, shelters and educates more people than any other organization in the world.

The new Obama Health Mandate could end all this and the tax payers would have to make up the loss.

Also, all Catholic adoption services would come to an end. A human disaster.

There are more than 77 million Catholics in this country.  It takes an estimated 50 million Catholic votes to elect a president.  I am asking all of you to go to the polls and elect Mitt Romney to be the next president of the United States. I am convinced he will respect the Catholic Church.

President Obama declared, “The USA is not a Christian Nation”.

You are wrong; we are a Christian Nation founded on Judeo-Christian values allowing all religions in America to Worship & Practice Freely.

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  • The Catholic Church is a major roadblock in  Obama’s quest to bring complete Socialism to the U.S.  of A.

    I thought the Catholic bishops supported Obamacare with the exception that they wanted moral exceptions to things.

    http://old.usccb.org/healthcar

    Question: The Catholic bishops support health care reform. What are the bishops’ key criteria for health care reform?

    Answer: The bishops have been consistent advocates for comprehensive, life-affirming reform to the nation’s health care system. Health care reform needs to reflect basic moral principles. The bishops believe access to basic, quality health care is a universal human right not a privilege. In this light they offer four criteria to guide the process: a truly universal health policy that respects all human life and dignity, from conception to natural death; access for all with a special concern for the poor and inclusion of legal immigrants; pursuing the common good and preserving pluralism including freedom of conscience and variety of options; and restraining costs and applying them equitably across the spectrum of payers.

    Question: Are the bishops promoting socialized medicine by advocating for universal access?

    Answer: All people need and should have access to comprehensive, quality health care that they can afford, and it should not depend on their stage in life, where or whether they or their parents work, how much they earn, where they live, or where they were born. There may be different ways to accomplish this, but the Bishops’ Conference believes health care reform should be truly universal and genuinely affordable.