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.