So, how far is too far?
This far? Catholic military chaplains have been ordered not to read aloud to our troops their archbishop's letter on B.O.'s recent attack on religious liberty.
I realize that in many ways the military is "different" when it comes to some basic rights and liberties, but I am also confident that our troops are capable of disagreeing with their Commander in Chief politically and still following his military orders. In fact, I would expect them to follow these orders as they have vowed to do.
But by ordering Catholic chaplains to be silent on an issue that directly impacts the relationship btw a Catholic soldier's conscience and his/her pastor. . .that's too far. If a Catholic military chaplain can be ordered not to read aloud a letter from his bishop, can he be legitimately ordered to read a letter aloud from the CIC attacking the Church?
This President seems hell-bent on pushing the Church out of the public square. Fortunately, we have the means of pushing him out of the White House.
Can November come fast enough?
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