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    Obama Apologetics Group Catholics for Common Good Folds

    "After spending millions of George Soros’ money in promoting pro-abortion health care and in trying to diminish abortion as an issue for American Catholics it appears the false Catholic group has closed up shop,"

    [b]Obama Apologetics Group “Catholics
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    Immigration Reform
    Catholics are mobilizing to support new immigration policies that will honor our values as an immigrant nation. Learn more about the Catholic Bishops' Justice for Immigrants campaign and send a postcard to Congress supporting comprehensive immigration reform here.

    Immigration Reform Benefits the Common Good
    The common good concerns the life of all, not just a select few, and demands that we respect the fundamental rights of all human beings. Unfortunately, millions of undocumented immigrants are not afforded the respect they deserve. Frequently exploited by employers, undocumented workers are often too afraid to report unjust treatment for fear of being deported. Furthermore, immigration raids rip families apart—mothers separated from their children, even when those children are U.S. citizens. And hate crimes are on the rise as uncivil, caustic, and sometimes violent language about immigrants abounds in the media (see below).

    Join us in urging elected officials on both sides of the aisle to fix the broken immigration system. This comprehensive framework should promote tolerance and respect for the undocumented community. It is possible to balance the reality of the labor market with a respect for all human dignity. We need common sense immigration reform to benefit the common good.

    Spead the Word!
    Catholics are mobilizing to support comprehensive immigration reform that will bring undocumented workers out of the shadows, protect families from being torn apart and create a more humane system that honors our values as an immigrant nation. As people of faith, we stand in solidarity with immigrants and refugees seeking a better life. We can protect our borders and safeguard our ideals. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Justice for Immigrants campaign encourages Catholics to become advocates for change in your community and in Washington, where lawmakers are gearing up for debate over immigration.To learn more about the JFI campaign and fill out a postcard urging Members of Congress to support comprehensive immigration reform click here.


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    I don't doubt this group CACG was a "false Catholic group". Its likely it was really just a pro-Obama political/campaign organization using false pretenses.

    But the irony is that the "real" Catholic Church, in other words, that One World Order Social Justice political organization that calls itself the "Catholic Church", is also a political organization with a Progressive political agenda. That second post about CACG's stance on illegal immigration, is close to the Catholic Church's stance. It just as well could be on the Conference of Catholic Bishop's website.

    (BTW, for anyone sensitive to criticism of their Catholic Church, as AS7 has said, I am also a recovering Catholic. It would be difficult to come from a stronger heritage, background, and upbringing in the Catholic Church than I have, that lasts to this day. So I am not an "outsider" criticizing the Catholic Church. I think those still practicing Catholics, need to start raising Cain. The Church leadership is NOT infallible. And the Catholic Church CAN change. Look at the priest abuse scandal.)
    <div>Number*U.S. military*in S.Korea to protect their border with N.Korea: 28,000. Number*U.S. military*on 2000 mile*U.S. southern border to protect ourselves from*the war in our own backyard: 1,200 National Guard.</

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