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Posted on Jun 6, 2014 | 2 comments

St. Peter Would

St. Peter Would

We’re pretty sure they all would... A reader sent in this photo of a billboard on Rt. 32 near Eight Mile Road.

We’re pretty sure they all would… A reader sent in this photo of a billboard on Rt. 32 near Eight Mile Road.

Sent in by a reader: A billboard erected by the Cincinnati chapter of Voice of the Faithful in protest of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s revised teacher contract gets an answer from an anonymous editor.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Pope Francis has said “I am a son of the Church.”

    The so-called “Voice of the Faithful” is a Church-bashing group, whose track record of attacks on Holy Mother Church may be reviewed on the web site of the Catholic League, our Civil Rights organization.

    It is also hypocritical of them to invoke Pope Francis on the billboard as they recently signed a open letter asking Pope Francis to remove the Vatican mandate censuring the Leadership Conference of Women Religious and to apologize to theologian Dr. Elizabeth Johnson, CJ, for Vatican chief of doctrine Cardinal Gerhard Müller’s guidance.

  2. Pope Francis said “I am a son of the Church.”
    He teaches what the Church teaches.

    The so-called “Voice of the Faithful” is a dissident group whose anti-Catholicism antics may be reviewed on the web site of our Civil Rights organization, the Catholic League.

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