Tag Archives: Religious Freedom

Catholic University In Indiana Affirms The Revised RFRA Signed Into Law Earlier Today

You might have missed the news if you were at Mass for Holy Thursday, but the Religious Freedom Restoration Act in Indiana was revised, and signed into law, a few hours ago with the following revision, Advertisements

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“That our own government is knowingly displaying such a lack of tolerance for faithful Christians is outrageous”

So says attorney Erin Mersino. I agree. I’d also agree if our government displayed a lack of tolerance for the teachings of  faithful Jews, Muslims, Quakers, Mormons, Hindus, et al, too. So a couple of lawyers are throwing another log … Continue reading

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The Death of Christendom? December 15, 1791, when the Bill of Rights was Ratified

It being the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, and Inaguration Day too, I’m taking the liberty to republish a post you may have missed the first time ’round (April 09,2012). For those of you longing for the days of yore, … Continue reading

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For His Majesty’s Secret Service: Agent Henry Morse, SJ

About a week ago, I reported that the world thought the Vatican got all starry-eyed about the latest James Bond film. Did you know that the Bond family were a line of recusant Catholics? Orbis non sufficit. Perhaps that is part … Continue reading

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The HHS Mandate is a Very Foul and Dangerous Thing

This may surprise you, but many folks have no idea how repellent the HHS Mandate is to our way of life. And I don’t just mean the Catholic way of life, but to the American Way of life, which rests … Continue reading

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Abraham Lincoln on the Importance of Freedom of Conscience and Religious Liberty

Everyone knows how easy it is in the age of the internet to cobble together a saying that meshes with the popular mood of the times, and then attribute it to a giant of philosophy, art, or politics. Often times … Continue reading

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Can Mary Ann Glendon Change the President’s Mind on the HHS Mandate?

Last Tuesday, I shared Mary Ann Glendon’s piece in the Wall Street Journal explaining why we are suing the U.S. Government. Today, Kathy Schiffer learns that Glendon has been appointed to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF). She … Continue reading

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Cardinal Dolan’s Letter to the Bishops UPDATED

Dated March 2, 2012 and presented below in it’s entirety. All links added are the work of your blogger. My brother bishops, Twice in recent weeks, I have written you to express my gratitude for our unity in faith and … Continue reading

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