Archbishop Aquila Religious Freedom Video

Denver’s newly-appointed archbishop says the federal contraception mandate is the result of a larger push to remove religion from the public sphere. Read the full story here:

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4 comments to Archbishop Aquila Religious Freedom Video

  • Luchie

    religious freedom is vital for societies. the government cannot dictate even our spiritual beliefs anid if we want contraceptives or not. this is a matter of conscience and as a tax payer I do not want to pay for contraceptives and abortion. we are on the way of perdition, killing innocent babies and killing old people is not the answer. We must trust in our creator who made us and we belong to Him.

  • Lourdes del-Calvo

    found this site by the Grace of God, love it and have forward all to my parish priests and family and fiends….etc.

    God Bless all our priest, I am so proud of our Holy Father, he is truly being guided by the Holy Spirit of God…we need to promote Holy Hour, Adoration of His Real presence in front of the Blessed Sacrament, the Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament…and talk about all that our Holy Father has to say, we do not hear that from the pulpit on Sundays not from any of our priest…that is a shame…

    God bless you all, and our Country,
    Mrs.Lourdes del-Calvo

  • This is a beautifully clear statement about the grave danger of the HHS mandate, that it is an attempt to suppress our very consciences, which were created by God in each of us, and in this way it is a spiritually violent attack on our consciences. Who is capable of that kind of spiritual violence? Satan himself! “For we are not contending against flesh and blood, but against the principalities, against the powers, against the world rulers of this present darkness, against the spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places.” (Ephesians 6:12)

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