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Bishop J. Strickland
I’m with Bishop Stika. I’m not in a position to take action regarding legislation in New York but I implore bishops who are to speak out forcefully. In any sane society this is called INFANTICIDE!!!!!!!!!!
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Fr. Dower Jan 25
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
I couldn’t agree more. I think it’s time the Church officially declare the Dogma of the Sanctity of Life. In order to be or call oneself a Catholic one MUST hold to be true that all life is sacred from conception to natural death. If you do not, you are Extra Eclessia.
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Fr. Dower Jan 25
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
St. Catherine of Sienna said it best in the 14th century: “We’ve had enough of exhortations to be silent! Cry out with a hundred thousand tongues. I see that the world is rotten because of silence.”
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Rita Warfel Jan 25
Nice won't stop this evil.
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John Stone Jan 25
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
These days are difficult days to be a Catholic bishop. God bless you. Stay strong. Stay true. And know that faithful Catholics are praying for you. God bless you.
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Thomas Esper Jan 25
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
Understood, bishop. As I mentioned on a thread on his Twitter recently though, some misconstrue excommunication as an application of political pressure in attempt to violate separation of Church and State.
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Thomas Esper Jan 25
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
I think it important that you and your brother bishops articulate that it is your duty as pastors to maintain the purity of the Church and to call notoriously unrepentant professed Christians to amendment of life.
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Thomas Esper Jan 25
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
It would be a violation of separation of Church and State for bishops to refrain from carrying out their pastoral duties simply because the Christian in question is acting as a politician. This should be made clear.
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Nick M. Jan 25
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
Thank you, we need more bishops like you
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Teresa Beem Jan 25
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
What should we do Your Excellency? How can we help you and the other bishops put pressure on the bishops of Albany (that is who I have heard is Governor Cuomo's bishop.)
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David Bates Jan 25
Replying to @Bishopoftyler @USCCB
If all members of the could please take note... this is what it looks like when a Bishop has a spine.
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Fiona Marie Flanagan Jan 25
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
Thank you for speaking out Your Excellency. This issue is so grave. The Catholic Church is fast moving to crisis yet all we hear are crickets chirping from the pulpits. God does not compromise on His Commandments.
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James Louis Farina Jan 25
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
Thanks, Bishop Strickland, for shining the light of the truth the in the growing darkness.
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TheVeryRealJohnSullivan Jan 25
Your voice and that of is greater than mine but seems to me and all these other Abortion-loving Catholics might politely excommunicate themselves.
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Peg Demetris TOC 🇻🇦 Jan 25
We all excommunicate ourselves by the sins that we refuse to repent of. When we become "aware" of this, we should remember to return back to Him in the Confessional, and go and sin no more. Living the faith, keeping His commandments.
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Right2Life Jan 25
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
Thank you, thank you, thank you Bishop Strickland for speaking out our hearth !
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Eugenio Jan 25
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
With respect all bishops in all dioceses must uniformly act.. and give notice to the “Catholic” pro abortion members of their dioceses that they will be excommunicated for supporting infanticide. Otherwise we as a church continue to pay lip service to the sanctity of life. 🙏
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Deacon Bill Kussmaul Jan 25
Replying to @Bishopoftyler
God bless you for speaking out. What about your brother bishops? — Deacon Bill
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