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March 06, 2006

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BigMediaBlog

Now, you might want to do more research into this matter. If you really have no idea what all is involved in the immigration issue, then you have no standing to make policy, right?

Your Archbishop's compassion is probably as false and ultimately immoral as Sheehan's:

http://lonewacko.com/blog/archives/004709.html

Lorna

Hector I loved the fact that you and other people of god were crying out to him, singing out to him and using the psalms. There is a lot to be said for collective prayer/intercession and worship.

That said I have to say I'm not sure I get the adoration of the Eucharist. I realise that it's because of our diffent theologies concerning this. But I'm glad it worked for you.

Be blessed.

Hector

Dear BigMediaBlog, the statements and actions of the Catholic archbishops are in complete alignment with a Judeo-Christian tradition that is over 4,000 years old. As Christians we believe that we must honor the sanctity and dignity of life, particularly the lives of those that need us the most.

Although the Church respects the right of a nation to control its borders, the rights of people to migrate for just causes is even more important.
People have the right to migrate in order to escape poverty, injustice, religious intolerance, and armed conflicts. Receiving nations have the obligation to care for and support those migrating and to treat them with dignity, even if they are undocumented immigrants.

Today we stand as a nation in the midst of abundance and wealth. In the blnk of an eye all of this could change. God forbid, we may experience a nuclear accident, a chemical spill, a natural disaster, a pandemic, a complete economic implosion and depression. If the only way for us to survive was to migrate to Canada, Costa Rica, Brazil, France, or China, the Church would then be standing by us and helping us survive. For God, there are no distinctions among people and no political boundaries. At the end of life God will not ask us how well we guarded our wealth, but how well we cared for the homeless, the sick, and the poor.

God Bless.

Mary Poppins NOT (Renee)

Amen, Hector.

Moneybags

Hi, Hector! I'm sorry that I have not been able to visit your blog lately. I was happy to see this post. I am a huge proponent of Eucharistic adoration. I wish the number of people participating in adoration would increase.

I wanted to ask you a favor. I have started another blog of mine just for pro-life issues. I was hoping that you could let me know about your state's pro-life laws if you are aware of them.

Thank you.

Here's the blog url: http://catholicprayer.blogspot.com

Suzanne McConnell

Hey, Hector! Most of my family and myself was so blessed this past Saturday evening at Adoration! We went to Our Lady of Greenwood and the blessed by -John Paul II traveling monstrance was present with us holding Jesus! Father Jonathan Meyer and the blessed leading of music by Grace on Demand was so inspiring!
Thanks for your blog about Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament!

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