May 20th, 2012 - John-790192 said:
yes. But let's not single out ND. Most recently the jesuits have crossed the line at GTown & BC with commencement speakers who publically oppose our teachings and under mind Catholic instituitions in America. Wish more universities were like the Franciscan University of Steubenville.
June 10th, 2011 - Jeffrey-732072 said:
Of course not. Jesus' Christianity is all inclusive. One cannot improve if not exposed to the light. KKK, Nazi or Jew, all shoukl be welcome, and perhaps saved. Whores, theives and murderers were Christ flock, only the Pharasees sat in judgement, and they (like pompose Catholics) are doomed
May 18th, 2009 - Mike-370396 said:
That's it. Attack the messenger. The truth is that BO and all of his followers are committing a grave sin. Who among you would take the scalpel from the abortionist's hand and plunge it into the innocent body of a child of God.
Obviously, you that use war, starvation, capital punishment to justify your position on murdering children are guilty of, at least, the thought.
When demolition workers want to break apart concrete or rock, they will look for a previous crack in which to begin their work. BO has found such a crack in the Catholic community.
May 18th, 2009 - John-196656 said:
I do not think God would have anything to do with Obama. Today's reading at mass 1John 5 (1-6). Was not talking about Obama, except for the fact that he came by water and blood. It is the spirit that beareth witness, because the spirit is truth. And the spirit knows the turth.
May 14th, 2009 - Sonya-261658 said:
Based on Obama’s voting record in IL, he's also for infanticide. He's friends with Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood is in 63%+ in predominately inner city neighborhoods.
He's also bought into the lie about embryonic stem cells, through the killing of the embryo. The Catholic Church only approves the use of Adult Stem Cells and umbilical cord blood. Did you know that there are over 65+ cures using adult stem cells and none for embryonic stem cells?
May 11th, 2009 - Mike-370396 said:
Coleen, it would be nice to live in a "Love everybody world". Someone who will stand by and watch another human being, being killed while having the power to stop it, is guilty of that sin. Yes, it is an an honor to hold the position as the president of this great country, it an obligation as well.
He's expanding the abortion nightmare by funding the massacre even more and cutting up their innocent little bodies for expermintation.
I would not even invite him into my presence.
May 9th, 2009 - Andrew-337328 said:
OK, I find our current president abhorent, and I voted against him. However, my problem lies not with Notre Dame inviting him to speak. He is the president and newly elected presidents are traditionally invited. The honorary doctorate is where the school is going wrong. Then again, in a lot of ways the school is CINO.
May 9th, 2009 - Thomas-435776 said:
Anyone with a clue knows that altering perception is the first step in altering behavior. If ND professes to be the educator of Catholics, then honoring a pro-choice president is a step to changing the future generations of Catholic's values. Why step forward and honor a man who 1) firmly supports abortion, 2) attends a church who's pastor is openly racist, and 3) cannot find a member within his party to represent his Administration at the Vatican? Notre Dame University is fast becoming a bastion of hipocracy rather than a beacon of truth.
May 9th, 2009 - Theresa-420249 said:
The commencement speech at Catholic Notre Dame should be spoken by someone like Alan Keyes, who upholds and stands by the moral values of the Catholic Church, not someone who is as destructive to the moral fabric of the United States as Barack Obama has been in his voting record. .
May 8th, 2009 - Mike-370396 said:
Can you believe the arrogance of this President. He knows the position of the church! Did he ask to be invited or who invited him? If he was invited, wouldn't he take the chance of getting booed off the stage? No, I think it was his idea to further divide groups that might oppose him. It's his political position to destroy all enemies.
May 4th, 2009 - Patrick-341178 said:
Responding to Cassandra, I've never heard a republican say torture is ok and as far as the death penalty in concerned actually Obama supports it. Furthermore, the death penalty is barely ever used in this country and when it is used it is against convicted murders. Over 1 million abortions occur in this country against the most innocent of people - unborn children.
As far as Obama speaking at Notre Dame - not a major issue for me - just had to correct Cassandra.