Bishops Call for Civil Disobedience

Right on!  The Cross is coming…but so is the Crown!

…The bishops state emphatically this is an unjust law and unjust laws “must not be obeyed”. They are including lay employers in their statement. Employers, who for reasons of faith or conscience, may not want to provide or pay for contraceptive, sterilization, or abortifacient services.

According to the bishops, there can be no accommodation made for an unjust law. An unjust law “must not be obeyed”, not merely objected to.

This is a powerful statement. The bishops may be setting the stage for employers, religious clergy, or even themselves to willingly go to jail over their beliefs.

They are calling for two weeks of action from June 21st to July 4th. Protest and civil disobedience have not been discounted…(Source)

I love it!  And all because of the Rubber.

I do not think it’s a coincidence – not one little bit – that it is by means of contraception that the State seeks to enslave and take away freedom.

The moral reality is now reflected in the legal reality.  Now everyone knows what the price of sexual “freedom” is, don’t they?

It’s subjugation, slavery, second-class status.


Dump the contraception and reclaim your freedom.

6 thoughts on “Bishops Call for Civil Disobedience

  1. Freedom to do what? Make complicated life even more difficult for real people (as opposed to those employed by the Catholic church).

  2. RRBILL,

    I’m not sure I understand. Are you saying that people should be “free” to subserviently bow before the government’s orders to violate their beliefs and consciences?

  3. That they should be free to believe what they want and not bow before unelected autocrats is what I believe the Charter intends. In a world full of evil the Catholic Church and other such bureaucracies tend to focus on trivia which harms no one and ignore such true evils as Canada participating in the Afghanistan horrors and the continued oppression of first nations…not that somebody may or may not buy a condom. It isn’t the individual Canadian’s conscience…it is what Church bureaucrats make up and dictate to them.

    • So your definition of freedom is:
      1. forcing people to participate/ aid in something they believe is immoral (contraception)
      2. Removing peace-keepers from a country where they may be doing some good (Afghanistan).
      This sounds like a comment straight from the main-stream media. Do not believe everything you hear from the liberal media. You are hearing one viewpoint. You may want to do some other research yourself via internet or other means.

  4. I am a veteran of the United States Army. My brother and daughter have also served. None of us believe we are doing any good over there. As a matter of fact, the most immoral thing the American government is currently doing is sending our good, bright, strong youth over to some godforsaken desert hole to kill and be killed. Luckily, Canada and North Dakota have enough oil that we never have to deal with the Middle East again.

    • Afghanistan is controversial and hard to discern from any one viewpoint. Even those in the military do not agree. I think that is not surprising. My father is also in the military and I don’t know if he is completely sure what to think of the Afghanistan issue, but I know he is not completely against it. That I believe is not completely relevant. “All it takes for evil to triumph is for good people to do nothing.” Afghanistan is an attempt to do good, maybe with bad results, but evil is not intended. The intention is not to kill. The intention is to stop the killing and to bring peace to the country. Contraception, on the other hand, is something the Catholic Church holds is intrinsically evil, namely direct murder.

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