Catholic diocese -- set to partner with abortion services?
Celticare is a joint venture partnering the archdiocesan Caritas Christi Health Care network with another corporation, which will join Massachusetts' subsidized health program July 1 -- a program that mandates abortion. ALL spokesperson Katie Walker says the archdiocese is using an odd approach.
"They've hired a third-party company that will do the abortion referrals for them, as if that would somehow diminish their responsibility for it," she argues.
Walker believes it is a good time for the Catholic Church to stand up to the state on the issue, especially in light of the likelihood that President Obama's health plan, if approved, will require abortion....
Jim, you and I both know that Catholics are not Christians, but for the benefit of those who are DECEIVED, for lack of a knowledge of Scripture (Rom. 10:1-3), I submit the following excerpt from an article written by Robert L. Reymond [URL=http://www.monergism.com/RomanCatholicism.htm]]]RC's Recent Claim That It Is the True Church[/URL]
"Nor is the Gospel Rome's variation on this bad news that in addition to faith in Christ one must also look to Mary's "pristine righteousness," to the supererogatory righteousness of Rome's thousand other gods and intercessors, to one's own meritorious works of righteousness, and to one's expiation of his own sins in purgatory in order to be saved.
The soul of him who so believes is in eternal peril, because such belief is not the "good news" of the true Gospel but is "another gospel that is no gospel." Such false gospels must be roundly rejected and they will be when one comes to understand and believe what the true Gospel is.‚ÄĚ
June, A Catholic by Tradition . . but by God's intervening grace through the glorious Gospel of Jesus Christ, now a Christian by virtue of the new birth (John 3:3)
What so odd about this? The Roman Catholic Church is already in partnership with the devil--[URL=http://www.johnankerberg.org/Articles/roman-catholicism/RC1105W3.htm]]]Should Roman Catholicism really be classified as a Christian religion? -- No.[/URL]