Thursday, February 9, 2012

Catholics are fed up. Pelosi should be denied communion...

and it should be denied in a public statement from the Church. 

And while they're at it, how about they throw Sebelius on the bonfire, too?

[...]“If her prolonged public conduct does not qualify as obstinate perseverance in manifest grave sin, then, in all sincerity, I must admit to not knowing what would constitute obstinate perseverance in manifest grave sin,”  Dr. Edward Peters, Canon Lawyer

From LifeSite News:  

Deny Communion to Pelosi urge canon lawyer, popular priest-blogger
IRONDALE, Ala. — Eternal Word Television Network filed a lawsuit today in U.S. District Court in Birmingham, Ala., seeking to halt the federal government’s imposition of its contraception mandate and to have the court declare the federal rule unconstitutional.

The lawsuit names Kathleen Sebelius, the secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and other federal agencies, as defendants.

The network released a statement today regarding the action.

The network is the first lay Catholic organization to challenge the constitutionality of the HHS final rule, approved by the Obama administration on Jan. 20. North Carolina’s Belmont Abbey College and Colorado Christian University, based in Denver, have both filed suit. All three are represented by the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, the public-interest law firm that recently won a unanimous Supreme Court ruling in Hosanna Tabor v. EEOC, a closely watched First Amendment case. Becket is representing EWTN pro bono.  read the rest


National Catholic Register:  EWTN Files Suit to Block Contraception Mandate

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