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For example, we knew that the communications guy, Terry Donilon, has never said a word publicly about the truths of Catholicism or teachings of the Catholic Church, but we didn’t know he had two brothers deeply entrenched in the Obama administration who also helped derail Robert Bork’s 1987 Supreme Court nomination.
Here are a few more examples: Aren’t you kind to call The Concord Pastor “very liberal”. What happened to the multimillion dollar effort they put into “Renew”? Didn’t rounding up retired women to convene minichurches in people’s houses work out for them?
“The final judgment on this bill is not about Catholics inside and outside the permissible range of Catholic moral teachings.” LCIB: Apparently Fr. It’s a mystery why The Pilot did not report the full story–do they want to avoid criticizing Fr. The kindest explanation would be that it’s a reflection of Cardinal Sean’s ongoing poor judgment.
Hehir is an authority speaking when he makes declarative statements about the essence of the bill. Frank Pavone about the permissible range of Catholic moral teaching on abortion. Bryan Hehir spoke at the Catholic Health Association conference on June 13, where he heaped praise on Sr. Is anyone in the Holy See paying attention to this? I’ve been reading The Pilot for a lot of years, and never would have imagined that the newspaper had such a strong gay and lesbian readership as the letters of the past 2-3 weeks suggest.
Those objectives were basic health care for all; no federal funding of abortion; expanded access to health care for immigrants; and conscience clause protections for religiously based health care, he said.
With passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in March, “the four objectives are partially met,” Father Hehir said.
As such it has resulted in confusion and a wound to Catholic unity. That’s massively downplaying and sanitizing what happened, as it became clear toward the later part of the debate, and certainly with the final bill, that there wasn’t really any assurance on federal funding of abortion and conscience protection “It is time to face the future, not replay the past continually,” said Father Hehir, secretary for health and social services for the Archdiocese of Boston, in a keynote talk on the opening day of the June 13-15 convention in Denver.
“Understanding that debate — its process and its product — is a necessary task, but far more urgent is the need to answer the question of moving forward from where we are to where we need to go to provide health care which is morally grounded, legally protected and provided with compassion and competence,” he said.
Yes, the debate over killing the unborn is polarizing.
We’re sorry that you find it “disturbing” that Catholics are standing up to protect life.
Maybe you should not have oversight over the Archdiocese’s Pro-Life Office or Catholic healthcare in Boston if you have a problem with this.
Readers, we just caught a new post by the folks over at Boston Catholic Insider regarding the Caritas Christi transaction that looks like it’s a worthwhile read.