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Catholic leeaders in the Philippines vowed to continue fighting for life, marriage, and family as a controversial "reproductive health" bill passed both houses of Congress in the country.
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http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/f...alth-bill/


This is such good news!  God bless them!    And to All Filipinos


Maligayang Pasko.



Maligayang Pasko.

 

Maligayang Pasko.


God help them!
Married to a Filipina, this matter actually hits close to home. Proud of them for still fighting.

unfortunately, the Philippines is fast becoming an "in-name-only" Catholic country, they idolize the west and American materialism, God willing they can get back the mentality of what made them a great Catholic country.

There are absolutely no more Catholic countries.
(12-20-2012, 01:01 PM)Old Salt Wrote: [ -> ]There are absolutely no more Catholic countries.
Sad but true. Especially with Malta legalizing divorce recently.
(12-20-2012, 12:49 PM)three_emcees_and_onedeacon Wrote: [ -> ]unfortunately, the Philippines is fast becoming an "in-name-only" Catholic country, they idolize the west and American materialism, God willing they can get back the mentality of what made them a great Catholic country.

As someone of partial Filipino extraction, this is true.

We can't serve God and Mammon. For each of us, one wins out!
unfortunately, the Philippines is fast becoming an "in-name-only" Catholic country, they idolize the west and American materialism, God willing they can get back the mentality of what made them a great Catholic country.


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What we need is good Catholics to come over here and teach us how to be good Catholics.