Sunday, March 28, 2004

A Foreign Endorsement Kerry Won't Be Getting

John Kerry parades himself around as a devout Catholic. He doesn't live much like a Catholic though. And the Pope has noticed.

According to a vatican official, "People in Rome are becoming more and more aware that there's a problem with John Kerry, and a potential scandal with his apparent profession of his Catholic faith and some of his stances, particularly abortion."

Whether his Catholocism will be a problem with the voters, Kerry says: "We have a separation of church and state in this country. As John Kennedy said very clearly, I will be a President who happens to be Catholic, not a Catholic President."

The problem is that there is not supposed to be separation between church and the way you conduct your life. Kerry was warned "not to present himself for communion" by St. Louis Archbishop Raymond Burke last February, because communion is not for "those who obstinately persist in manifest grave sin."


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