Pope sanctifies Sagrada Familia, rounds on abortion
Pope Benedict XVI Sunday consecrated a world monument to family, the Sagrada Familia church, but faced a gay kiss-in protest before he attacked abortion and defended male-female marriage. Read more on AFP via Yahoo! News
Episcopalians react with sadness to the retirement of Bishop Gene Robinson
By Kathy McCabe and Eric Moskowitz, Globe Staff CONCORD, N.H. — Across the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire, congregants and… Read more on Boston Globe
Hope for the holidays: St. James’ international market
St. James Episcopal Church is spicing up its annual holiday fair, Gifts of Hope, this year by offering visitors Mexican food while they consider the many meaningful ways they can support charities during the gift-giving season. Read more on The Hendersonville Times-News
For the last 30 odd years the Catholic Church has been telling Roman Catholics of the evils of abortion, and the congregants agree. This past election, 52% of Catholics who voted, voted for the pro-abortion candidates and pro-abortion political party, and both won. So what kind of Catholics attend religious services if more than half, who voted, voted to reject their Catholicism? The Catholic Church has been teaching the evils of abortion and urging Catholics to get involved in ending abortions in the United States of America (USA). Urged to pray, to march, demonstrate, and write political representatives. They have been rather consistent in keeping the congregants motivated and involved. The Church however has been talking the talk, but not walking the walk. The Catholic Church has a powerful instrument at their disposal they can use, but thus far have refused to do so. The Church should excommunicate those Catholic politicians who publically support and vote in favor of abortion. Those who vote in favor of the Freedom of Choice Act (FOCA), should be refused the sacrament of Holy Communion, the Eucharist, and excommunicated. Three should be thrown out immediately who claim to be Roman Catholic: Senator Ted Kennedy, Vice President Joe Biden, and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. Excommunicate them, it would cause a rage, plus create a political storm and raise further awareness of this issue. Sure it is the Bishops who make such a decision, but they do hold conferences …
Question by Rolf: Does the Episcopal church support abortion and gay marriage?
I am just curious. Is the episcopal church alright with gay marriage and abortion
Answer by Mr. hollywood doesnt matter if they supported it or not, gay marriage and abortion are both okay morally, gay marriage carries love between two humans… and abortion ends unnecessary burdens while causing no additional pain and suffering to anyone.
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