It is not too difficult to locate the great immorality and injustice that is running rampant throughout America, and worldwide. Afterall, society is making up “fake rights,” while ignoring the unalienable rights guaranteed us in our Declaration of Independence; the same rights “endowed by the Creator.” These unalienable rights (Life, Liberty & Pursuit of Happiness) were reaffirmed with the Fourteenth Amendment. With this in mind, Pope Francis is calling on all Churches and the whole world to pray for families (man, woman and child) just as the Priests for Life are “on the fast track” in defending the right to life before the Supreme Court of the United States of America (SCOTUS).
Some have tried to stir-up controversy over a recent interview that Pope Francis seemingly gave about civil unions, however, it is important to note that the Pope defended the definition of marriage as between one man, and one woman (a natural relationship). The word “civil” does not pertain to ecclesiastical matters (religious matters) and therefore, one can conclude that no government has a right to legislate marriage, that does in fact pertain to religious matters.
“Marriage’ is between a man and a woman,” the Pontiff told the Italian daily newspaper Corriere della Sera in an interview published Wednesday and translated by the Catholic News Service. The Pope also is open to “regulate diverse situations of cohabitation (that are) driven by the need to regulate economic aspects among persons, as for instance: to assure medical care — It is necessary to look at the diverse cases and evaluate them in their variety.”
While some speculate that the Vatican is contradicting its social doctrine, the exact opposite is true. Pope Francis confirmed that marriage is between one man and one woman. The Pope did not say he is considering “civil unions,” or same-sex marriage. In fact, he never once mentioned the words “civil union.” Others applied their own meaning to his use of the word “cohabitation.” However, Pope Francis did express admiration for Pope Paul, for “going against the majority” & standing for morality despite populist appeal (note: UN and others). It indicates his feeling on the matter.
The Pope is relating that there might be a circumstance that the Church may consider “cohabitation” (living together) to be just. Christ often taught that what is in your heart and in your mind, is what matters. If it is violent, then it is sinful. If it is perverse or unnatural, then it is sinful. If it involves natural love between a man and a woman, then it may be just. For example:
About 12 years ago, my ex-girlfriend & I lacked current finances to wed. It was just after 9/11 & I was a contractor working at Kennedy Space Center, having recently moved from Ohio, where I worked as an air traffic controller. CCAFS closed for months due to the security threat, so I was temporarily unemployed. I loved my ex-girlfriend & she was carrying my child. I proposed marriage, she accepted & I paid for us, and her other children, to move into a new house. We understood in the future, a wedding was in order. I was indeed a happy-happy father. This might be a reason for considering “cohabitation.” I’m not advocating anyone do what I did. What I did is a perfect example of what not to do. If you’re in love, in a natural relationship & you get your girlfriend pregnant, then you best get married as soon as possible. If the mother wills it, you have no right to your own child, especially if the child is taken to a different state. A recent case involves a group of 15 men suing a state, standing up for the children & the father’s liberty interest. Good, I join them in support of their fight against the practice of human trafficking, and non-compliance with the Interstate Compact for the Placement of Children (ICPC).
Cohabitation of a natural couple who are in love & living together could help reaffirm certain rights. Granted, premarital sexual intercourse is sinful, because it diverts from the natural process of marriage, and establishing a natural family (man, woman, and child). Contrary to popular belief, the notion that human beings are created homosexual has been refuted by natural science. There is no reason to be upset, there are plenty of sins that society is faced with on a daily basis. Some Christians engage in fellowship to cleanse their souls from sin, and strengthen their ability to walk as Christ would have us. Others attend confession, or fellowship with a Priest to do the same. In any event, we are allowed to grow within the Church without being persecuted for slipping along the right path.
The Church doctrine on sexuality is very clear: one man, one woman and for the procreation of God’s children. While some decry the Church in an attempt to demean its moral authority for the societal sin of sexual abuse, those same people excuse public school teachers and their guilt of the same. It is a part of human nature to be sinful, and sin is nothing new. God’s children are called to turn from sin, not to attack others for the same, less no forgiveness ever be granted. See the ‘shocking report‘ by the Department of Education regarding the sexual abuse of children by public school teachers, who are defended by their union while using your money—taxpayer money acquired from both; bailouts & property tax. In fact, public school teachers are guilty of one hundred times the amount of abuse than any other institution in America. One out of ten—an estimated ten million public school children—will be sexually abused by their public school teachers by the time they graduate high school.
If, like Chris Matthews, you believe that “government is the new religion” and thus its ruler be god-like, then public school teachers are the equivalent to those who give moral guidance (to teach). My best advice for the UN, and others passing judgement on religious people, is to care for and prune your own garden, plucking away that what blinds you.
Matthew 7:4 And how dare you say to your brother, ‘let me take the splinter from your eye,’ when look, a great log in your own. 7:5 Hypocrite! Remove the log from your own eye first, then you will see clearly enough to remove the splinter from your bother’s eye
Paraphrased for ease of understanding. I am Catholic, and at the same time, took religious education classes taught by a Baptist Pastor at Mt. Olive College in North Carolina. Therefore, I try not to use direct quotes in order to respect the variety of different religions in America.
Some call people of devout faith “crazy” for their religious insight, or their defense of religious freedom. With loyalty to God, they get criticized for the manner in which they do so, while actively defending “clearly stated Constitutional rights.” They get attacked on a daily basis by those trying to establish “new rights” for only themselves, or their own perceived good fortune.
The same media elitists persecuted the likes of Sarah Palin, Dr. Alan Keyes, Glenn Beck, and Phil Robertson. Father Frank Pavone was even mocked for defending the sacred right to life by a member of his own faith: the “all powerful” Congress-woman Nancy Pelosi, who promotes murdering the innocent using taxpayer money. Many, many others have been mocked, attacked and persecuted for their faith, including Jesus Christ.
People who disagree with those of devout faith, and resort to name-calling and public shaming, have no impact on those with faith in God. While these elitists pass judgment and lack respect for their fellow citizens, we always remain resilient, no matter what kind of hell they put us through in our defense of liberty; such as the right to religious freedom, and the right to life.
As the Catholic Church considers what scenarios apply to cohabitation, a godless (civil) United Nations recently scolded the Vatican for their religious belief: that marriage is naturally between one man and one woman, that contraception diverts God’s will for the procreation of His children, and that all humans have the right to life. The UN did this while the uncivil (non-religious, atheist) *Human Rights Coalition is on its own crusade for same-sex marriage and the right to kill the innocent (abortion). They hypocritically scolded the Vatican while Christians and Catholics are being decapitated and murdered throughout the middle east. Why are they being murdered? Because of their religious belief, alone. (See the above text regarding Matthew).
Pope Francis has called on the world to pray for families, and his words are embedded at the end of this article. I stand by the Pope and will pray for families. Christians and Catholics remain clear-eyed on this topic, and are in unity fighting for their right to religious freedom, as a misled society pushes to end them.
It was only a few months ago, when controversy regarding Phil Robertson and Duck Dynasty struck the news media. Phil was temporarily punished for quoting biblical text when asked a question regarding morality. Some that bloviate in the media on a nightly basis falsely proclaimed that “Mr. Robertson was wrong for passing judgement and condemning others,” when in fact, he was quoting the bible.
Not only is religious freedom protected by the first amendment, so is the right to free speech. With this in mind, Conservative Report gave as much moral support to the Robertson family as possible. (Article continues below the video).
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Conservative Report will not only support the Robertson family’s right to religious freedom, we will also support the Priests for Life, led by Father Frank Pavone with Alveda King, who calls the right to life, “The real Civil Rights issue of our day. The same evil that allowed for slavery, for Jim Crow and Black Code Laws to be made legal, is now crushing every human’s right to life.” Alveda King is absolutely right, especially considering that over 60% of all black babies in New York City are murdered by abortion: a type genocide, taught in the public school, and carried out by the propaganda of Planned UN-Parenthood.
Society is fed selfish propaganda from public school teachers in failing schools, who deny that the “unalienable right to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness” applies to all humans. This ideology stems from “multhusianism,” or population control: establishing circumstances to kill the innocent in order to preserve a better quality of life for the few. Perhaps like public school teachers and their unions, who teach it is okay to murder the innocent for personal gain, while promoting gay marriage in the classroom, all as an uncivil government guarantees their paycheck & lifelong benefits, unlike private workers.
In support of the same reign of terror, the Supreme Court of the United States of America has once again misjudged human beings as “property,” stating that “life doesn’t exist until the child takes a breath.”
A breath denotes the right to life? This line of reasoning deserves some reflection. God forbid you ever find yourself drowning or choking on food, and in need of CPR — or being cared for while on a breathing ventilator — because the government has suspended your right to life and may well ration your care, possibly ending your life.
The Fourteenth Amendment, Section 1 states, “all persons who are ‘born or naturalized,” — it then goes on to equivocate rights. Why distinguish between being born or being naturalized? One could be conceived in another country, and given birth to in the USA.
When speaking of biology, naturalized means: to cause (life) to begin to grow in one place from someplace else,” such as when a baby is naturally planted in the mother from the seed of the father. Section II states that, “no state may deprive ‘any person’ of the right to life, liberty or ‘property.” Human beings are not property, as Abraham Lincoln established.
Consider the three golden rules enshrined in our Declaration of Independence: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of happiness are granted us by God (the Creator) alone. The three are interconnected. If one right does not exist, then none of them exists. If you take a life, you lose you’re own right to life, liberty & pursuit — what we call, “independence.” The Declaration also denotes the “laws of nature and of nature’s God,” meaning you are indeed free, but also restrained by your religious belief.
“Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It would be totally inadequate to govern any other,” John Adams (Second President of the United States of America)
You can track Father Pavone’s lawsuit here. He has filed a Writ of Certiorari, placing the appeal for the right to life for every human (including babies) on the fast track. In America, we believe that all humans have an unbreakable right to life, granted us by God, not government.
The Fourteenth Amendment does not quantify, nor qualify the right to life by age, skin color nor creed; because quite naturally, life is of God’s domain. Put another way, life is a religious matter, not a civil matter, and definitely not for government folly, who places itself as more valuable than the people, while simultaneously dividing and defaming the people for what it considers its false lack of equality.
The government is the people’s servant, not the mass murderer of the innocent, most vulnerable or unborn.
If God endows us the right to life, then it is wise to consider what the bible says about the origin of life: Old Testament, Jeremiah 1:5, “before I placed you in your mother’s womb, I knew you, before you were born, I set you apart, I appointed you as the prophet to the nations.” Psalms 139: 15 and 79:21 “Before you were born I knew you….I created you from the depths of the earth.”
Every human life is a gift from God — not considered “property” owned by an uncivil government, with its many perversions of constitutional rights, perfering instead a skewed precedent. Please pray with us for the strength to defend every human’s right to life, for if the most innocent and vulnerable among society have no human right to life, then nor do any of us.
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Note: Regarding my personal experience, I didn’t share this to gain sympathy, popularity, friends or “followers,” but only as advice to those in the same old situation, and let you know that there is hope. I don’t need more “friends”, and have a very large family. We all serve this great country in one capacity or another, and while some may relax in thoughtful reflection, or others give orders, still others are tasked with a moral obligation to defend freedom. Ultimately, at the end of my day, I find comfort in the knowledge that God is watching down with loving mercy. Thanks for reading and joining the Pope in praying for family, who are the sanctuary of life, and especially for those most innocent and vulnerable among us (not the most selfish) who need our support.