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Fr. Barron on the HHS mandate


FR. BARRON

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WordonFire.org
Type:
Bishops, Priests
Date:
1/30/2012

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ABSTRACT Additional commentary from Fr. Barron on the HHS mandate - YouTube Create Account | Sign In Browse | Movies | Upload Search Additional commentary from Fr. Barron on the HHS mandate wordonfirevideo2 Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe Loading... 157 videos Sign in or sign up now! Loading... Close Upgrade to the latest Flash Player for improved playback performance. Upgrade now or more info . 4,432 Like Add to Share Loading... Sign in or sign up now! Uploaded by wordonfirevideo2 on Jan 30, 2012 No description available. Category: People & Blogs Tags: Totalitarianism extras SC H 264 LAN License: Standard YouTube License 71 likes, 1 dislikes Show more Show less Link to this comment: Share to: see all All Comments (45) Sign In or Sign Up now to post a comment! Catholic hospitals would have no requirement to obey HHS rules if they did not take US taxpayer money. vgcsbano 4 days ago Reply Share Remove Flag for spam Block User Unblock User Finally, the Catholic Church is calling Obama what he is -- a liberal totalitarian. A dictator. Richard Newnam 1 week ago Reply Share Remove Flag for spam Block User Unblock User "Spread power around"? How does that get done and who has the power to do it??? Does not the "power-spreader" then wield total power. Only avoid totalitarianism from developing (as power grabs are inherent to human nature, esp. in government on any and all levels) is to have a Constitution that limits the power of government and does so on the basis of recognition of and respect for individual inalienable rights. To not get this is simply to fall into still another totalitarian-developing trap. IskalkaQuest2010 2 weeks ago Reply Share Remove Flag for spam Block User Unblock User I'm also very suspicious that we Catholics are again being manipulated so that a loophole the size of a semi-truck will be opened to let capitalists renege on their duties to their workers. There is no Catholic political party; rather, there are devout Catholics in both so we have more influence in the public sphere than we would have otherwise. I am very grateful that, given the inevitability of a court case, that it will be my Church suing the state rather than employees suing Her. CFinNaples 1 month ago in playlist Uploaded videos Reply Share Remove Flag for spam Block User Unblock User Perhaps more meditation upon whether the Annunciation was a question or a statement would be fruitful. Was Mary's 'yes' completely irrelevant? CFinNaples 1 month ago in playlist Uploaded videos Reply Share Remove Flag for spam Block User Unblock User Lets just state what an IUD contraceptive does! It is specifically designed to prevent a newly conceived child from implanting in the womb, by the time of implantation the child is already 5-9 days old, I think it is a way of slipping abortion in and have it payed for by the American Public. Young girls need to know! They may not be seeking it, but they may be aborting their children in ignorance, someone just please tell it like it is! Thankyou for helping all of us to see the truth! oldworldartist 1 month ago Reply Share Remove Flag for spam Block User Unblock User "laws such as the HHS mandate must be shown to act justly in order to bring about justice." Your guys' objection is that it IS just and the reason for why it is just doesn't happen to mesh with Catholic teachings. You're asking for special exemptions from the same rules that apply to any other business on the grounds that it happens to be against some obscure point of your religious doctrine that your own people don't obey anyways. CoryTheRaven in reply to cellomon09 (Show the comment) 1 month ago Reply Share Remove Flag for spam Block User Unblock User "Would it help knowing that I don't consider life in itself the highest good?" That would be fine if you were volunteering yourself to die. To say that you don't consider life to be the highest good as a justification for the political expedience (or enculturated social dysfunction) of allowing the poor to die is just plain immoral, whichever way it&#.......