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I was somewhat disappointed today to read Bob Brehl's view of an author who speaks up for "Liberal Christians". Unfortunately the Liberal party of former years is beyond recognition with the Liberal party of today which is basically far to the...

I was somewhat disappointed today to read Bob Brehl's view of an author who speaks up for "Liberal Christians". Unfortunately the Liberal party of former years is beyond recognition with the Liberal party of today which is basically far to the "left" on almost all issues. Who ever thought that the Liberal party would not allow its MP's to be Pro Life or would not award grants to organizations that did not have a pro abortion mandate? Is this really the Liberal party of my parents? or even my own generation. Even though US blacks vote Democrat - a party that has done nothing for them (think Chicago murder rate during Obama's term in office) so do Catholics continue to support Liberalism even though its viewpoint is largely anathema to Catholic doctrine. As for Catholic politicians standing up for Catholic theology, they are beyond useless. The time has really come for Canadian Catholics to disavow its unholy alliance with the Liberal party. I suggest that Mr. Brehl (and the Canadian Register) taking a closer look at Liberal policy before advocating for Liberalism for Catholics.

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Any chance for a digital copy of the article by Michael Swan which was in the New Freeman, titled " The Church is not the sum of its faults. But faults are there….I think we've inadequately dealt with our faults" It is an interview with Bishop...

Any chance for a digital copy of the article by Michael Swan which was in the New Freeman, titled " The Church is not the sum of its faults. But faults are there….I think we've inadequately dealt with our faults" It is an interview with Bishop Anthony Mancini of the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth.
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