Take a minute to support the Church in re: abortion
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by going here

http://www.thebostonchannel.com/politics...etail.html

and voting for the Church in the poll.

this is all about patrick kennedy making a stink because Bp. Tobin told him he shouldn't be taking Communion as long as he is a pro-abort.

the Church is winning the poll but let's give it a bigger margin of victory.
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#2
Choice  Votes  Percentage of 8553 Votes
Agree with the church 5184 61%
Disagree with the church 3227 38%
Not Sure 142 2%

:cheers:
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#3

thanks, petertherock, that was up from 60% to 61% for the Church since i voted.

vote early and vote often, pretend you're in chicago.  ;D
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#4
cool might have to give it the ol' chicago special myself lol
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#5
I AM in Chicago.  Should I pretend I'm somewhere else?  :laughing:
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#6
Thomas Tobin, bishop of Rhode Istalnd has God given eight to put anyone under interdict. Every Catholic individual shall accept this with good faith, thae basic of our faith is the obedience to the Magisterium in all legal issues without exception.

The same principle applies to other decision too. The role of the laity is to obey, not to question and deny as Kennedy does.

(11-23-2009, 11:15 PM)i.p.i. Wrote: by going here

http://www.thebostonchannel.com/politics...etail.html

and voting for the Church in the poll.

this is all about patrick kennedy making a stink because Bp. Tobin told him he shouldn't be taking Communion as long as he is a pro-abort.

the Church is winning the poll but let's give it a bigger margin of victory.
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(11-24-2009, 09:15 AM)JonW Wrote: I AM in Chicago.  Should I pretend I'm somewhere else?   :laughing:

:laughing:  i thought i'd hear from timoose on this, but am not surprised to hear from another chicagoan.  if the weather is as raw as chicago winters can be, by all means pretend you're somewhere warmer

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(11-24-2009, 09:33 AM)glgas Wrote: Thomas Tobin, bishop of Rhode Istalnd has God given eight to put anyone under interdict. Every Catholic individual shall accept this with good faith, thae basic of our faith is the obedience to the Magisterium in all legal issues without exception.

The same principle applies to other decision too. The role of the laity is to obey, not to question and deny as Kennedy does.

i suppose that, as much of a fool as he is being, we should still pray for kennedy to see the error of his ways.  but with the father that he had, and the unfortunate sense of entitlement that seems to pervade the family, i can't see him changing.  God can work miracles, though.



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#9
Hehe, I just love poll rigging.

While you're at it, please go here http://www.bild.de/BILD/sport/fussball/b...pause.html
and vote "B" in favor of the Dutch trainer.
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