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Supreme Court: Defenders of Traditional Marriage are Enemies of the Human Race Comments

In one fell swoop, the United States Supreme Court in United States v. Windsor killed the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), thereby assuring that same-sex "marriages" recognized under State laws must be treated as marriages under Federal law.  The immediate result of the majority holding is to open up to the partners of same-sex "marriage" thousands of benefits, including estate tax exemptions, social security benefits, ... Continue Reading

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  1. Pia
    1 year ago

    I agree. Be warned Our Lord does not sleep.

  2. inevitable
    1 year ago

    The day the U.S. government forces our catholic schools to accept children of openly gay couples, baptize the children of gays and forces the church to allow for gay marriages in our churches will be the day when my family will leave the U.S. as refugees escaping religious prosecution. Maybe 8 billion people, impending global depression, the rise of Islam and the reversion to the days of Noah will mean the return of the Son of Man. May God help my children resist the ways of the world.

  3. abey
    1 year ago

    Our Lady of Medjugorje did say "The west think that they are their own creators" true to the prophecy, for god's they play, in tune to the deceitful words "Ye be a god's" of that old serpent called the Devil.

  4. Vance
    1 year ago

    The Supreme Court had just ruled the Holy Sacrament of Marriage is "Unconstitutional". We Catholics are officially the enemies of the state. Justice Scalia articulated that point well.

  5. Erika
    1 year ago

    It's probably time for us orthodox Catholics to start banding together in such a way that we form relatively self-sustaining, or at least highly supportive, and largely independent communities. I for one hope to form a Catholic homeschooling network once I have children, or to teach at a Catholic school and send them there with reduced tuition (I aspire to be an elementary school teacher). I just hope I can forge a good God-centered environment for them in the midst of all this. No public school, I've decided. Just no.

  6. LGBTQ Ally
    1 year ago

    For "Catholics" you all sure are filled with a lot of hate! I'm so happy to see equality extended to all here in this great country! Good has prevailed over your evil, hateful ways!

  7. K C Thomas
    1 year ago

    It is felt that there will be soon demand for legalizing marriage between son and mother, father and daughter etc. etc. On what ground the majority judges can oppose it ? This judgement is a weapon the Govt. can use against Catholic Church. Of course there is the Muslim community whose methods of protests only can make the judges and their cronies realize their blunders. Sometimes we think that terrorism is manufactured by such judges and courts in the minds of some fundamentalists. Those who want to follow Christ, have to suffer.

  8. LRT
    1 year ago

    The righteous do not fear bad news because they trust in Jesus...Psalm 112:7.
    Our Lady gave a message at Medjugorje, that she needs our prayers, saying "Without you, little children, God's plan cannot be realized". God needs our prayers, so that Our Lady can present us to Jesus, as "the original image". Don't despair, because God's plan is already laid out for us, but He needs our prayers...without prayer, we tempt death!

  9. Catholic for Life
    1 year ago

    God is now an enemy of the human race according to SCOTUS.

    Was God in error when he destroyed the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah for sodomy?

    What's next? Legalizing polygamy, bestiality, necrophilia, incest?

  10. rafaelmarie
    1 year ago

    Regardless of what the perverted supreme court rules, God's rules are above theirs.

    And it is the moral duty of every Catholic to resist to the death in disobedience to them.

    Because it is better to die here on earth rather to die and eternal death in hell.

    CONSIDER YOURSELVES WARNED!!!


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