Protecting the Faith

Life and the Eucharist are under attack. I think devotion to the latter would help
the former.

New
Ad Campaign Questions Cardinal’s Coddling of Pro-Abortion Catholic Politicians

Thu May 6,10:16 AM ET

To: National Desk
Contact: Joseph R. Giganti of the American Life League, 703-928-9695 or jgiganti@all.org;
Web: http://www.all.org

“WASHINGTON, May 6 /U.S. Newswire/ — Today, American Life League’s Crusade for the
Defense of our Catholic Church launched the first in a new multi-ad campaign that
will engage members of the Catholic Church’s hierarchy who have said they will not
take steps to ensure that pro-abortion Catholic politicians are barred from receiving
Holy Communion. The first ad comes in response to Cardinal Theodore McCarrick’s
recent disclosure that despite clear indications from the Vatican that pro-abortion Catholic politicians should be denied Communion, he had ‘not
gotten to the stage where I’m comfortable in denying the Eucharist.'”

Abortion Critic’s Ads Target Cardinal

Fri May 7, 1:18 PM ET
By RICHARD N. OSTLING, AP Religion Writer

“American Life League, an outspoken opponent of abortion, has started an advertising
campaign targeting Cardinal Theodore McCarrick over his reluctance to deny Communion
to Roman Catholic politicians who support abortion rights.”

“A
Time for Honesty”

A Pastoral Statement by The Most Reverend John J. Myers,
Archbishop of Newark
May 5, 2004

“Our times demand honesty. It is possible to value sincerely one?s Catholic heritage
and to revere one?s Catholic forebears and yet not to have Catholic faith.”

Kerry-Communion
debate reaches Australia

“Melbourne, May. 03 (CWNews.com) – An Australian prelate has said that ‘public
and notorious’ opposition to Church teachings would be grounds for denying
the Eucharist.”

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