Catholics send a message to Godless DNC

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Mere steps away from the site of the Sept. 3-6 Democratic National Convention, the Catholic Diocese of Charlotte has posted two larger-than-life messages about the sanctity of life, marriage and religious liberty.

The diocese has suspended two banners on St. Peter Catholic Church in Charlotte: one on St. Peter’s administrative building and another on a large brick wall adjoining the church.

A 6-foot by 10-foot banner hangs from St. Peter’s administrative building, stating: “A Message from the Catholic Church: Religious Liberty, The Soul of Democracy.”

A 6-foot by 27-foot banner posted on a large brick wall behind the church reads: “A Message from the Catholic Church: Protect the Unborn, Defend Marriage, Safeguard Religious Liberty.”

St. Peter’s is the oldest Catholic church in the diocese and located in the heart of the convention area.

Source: Catholic News Service

See Joan’s post on Obama’s abortion mandate that violates the Constitution’s “separation of church and state” here, and my post on the Catholic Church’s historic lawsuits against the Obama administration here.


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0 responses to “Catholics send a message to Godless DNC

  1. “Know ye that the LORD he is God: it is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves … For the LORD is good; his mercy is everlasting; and his truth endureth to all generations.” -Psalm 100:3,5

  2. As a Catholic I am thrilled to see more and more of the priests and bishops taking a stand on political issues. I do understand the tax ramifications of being a nonprofit but know that defining the issues and clarifying the religious dogma is a great help to people who are just not politically inclined.

  3. Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this wonderful post! Those are the messages the Democratic Party need to read!

  4. Bravo the Archdiocese of Charlotte. But I have another question: Aren’t you a day late and a dollar short? The Catholic vote put Bill Clinton and Barack Obama and scores of other pro-abortion politicians into office, many of them Catholics. The Church itself has been infiltrated—it happened 50 years ago. It was called Vatican II.
    A large percentage of the women who obtain abortions are Catholics. At least that’s what they call themselves.
    God’s Judgment is descending upon these people, as well as the Catholic cardinals and bishops who steadfastly refused to excommunicate the pro-abortion politicians and people, as well as upon the Nation as a whole. We are living through the unravelling of civilization; Nothing can be done to stop it.
    Where is the Cardinal of the Charlotte Archdiocese? Has he made any public pronouncement?
    As I said, a day late and a dollar short.

    • “A day late and a dollar short” — but still heck of a lot better than the sound of crickets chirping from other Christian denominations, in Charlotte or elsewhere.
      Why don’t you pick on them for a change!

  5. Actually, Dr.Eowyn, you’re right! But I “pick” on the Catholic side because I am a Catholic, and I have witnessed the treason on the front lines, in Church, so I am most familiar with my home territory than elsewhere. As the Catholic Church goes, so goes the world: The Illuminati knew over a century ago that once the Church went, conquering the rest of the world would be relatively easier!

  6. I am not Catholic but want to thank the Catholic Church for having the courage to stand up to the assault on all of our religious freedom. PLS
    CONTINUE to do so…so many of our pastors are too afraid of what this admin. will do to their churches…mine included.

  7. Lord, help us. As a catholic mother, wife and inquisitor, I am greatly relieved to have found this web site. Although I barely slept last night after reading the posts on Fellowship for the first time, we have started prepping today.


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