Entries Tagged ‘Rhode Island’

Bishop Tobin won’t attend inauguration of pro-choice governor

by Carder Over the weekend I did receive a formal written invitation to the Inauguration, the courtesy of which I appreciated. However, as previously announced I will be offering Holy Mass at the Cathedral at that same time to ask for Godís blessings upon our state and nation and our public servants. I should add, […]

Bishop: Write in “Mother Teresa” to protest pro-choice candidates

by Carder The leader of Rhode Island’s Catholics is suggesting that voters could write in Mother Teresa’s name or sit out the Nov. 4 election because the candidates aren’t “terribly promising” on the abortion issue. In a piece posted online Wednesday in The Rhode Island Catholic diocesan newspaper, Bishop Thomas Tobin said that writing in […]

Join #BeTransparent TweetFest tomorrow

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Tomorrow pro-lifers will take to Twitter to pressure Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to #BeTransparent about abortion coverage in Obamacare.

Catholic bishop switches from registered Democrat to GOP

The a-ha moment for me was the 2012 Democratic National Convention. It was just awful… I just said I canít be associated structurally with that group, in terms of abortion and NARAL [Pro-Choice America] and Planned Parenthood and [the] same-sex marriage agenda and cultural destruction I saw going on. I just couldnít do it anymore. […]

Pro-life news brief 7-17-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Governor Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island vetoed a Choose Life license plate bill because he claims it violates the separation of church and state:

    Chafee wrote to lawmakers in his veto message that the function of a license plate is “to register and identify a motor vehicle.”

    “It is my belief that state participation in the transmission of funds to this organization would violate the separation of church and state, one of the fundamental principles upon which our state was founded,” he wrote.

Pro-life news brief 6-11-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Arizona lawmakers are working on legislation to allow abortion clinics to be inspected without announcement and without a warrant. Planned Parenthood is opposed. One state legislator pointed out the silliness of requiring a warrant to have an unannounced inspection of an abortion clinic:

    Rep. John Kavanagh, RFountain Hills, pointed out there is no warrant requirement for other state-licensed medical facilities, and that health inspectors need no warrant to check out the conditions in the food-preparation areas of the local McDonald’s restaurant, an operation Kavanagh said is far less dangerous to public safety.

    “An inspector can mosey in any time, unannounced, to protect the public,” he said.

Bishop’s request that Kennedy refrain from communion 3 years old; Kennedy has ignored

Read backstory Providence Journal story yesterday reporting that rebel Catholic pro-abort Rep. Patrick Kennedy had been barred by his bishop, Thomas Tobin, from receiving communion missed a key point: This happened back in 2007, and Kennedy is furthermore now embellishing. Kennedy instigated a fight with his church a month ago on the issue of abortion […]

Patrick Kennedy: Bishop’s public reprimands “very disconcerting”

Patrick Kennedy started all this with a here and


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