Friday, September 12, 2008

Bishops On Politics...again

More from the US Bishops.

1 - The new Bishop of Wilmington, Del. happens to be Biden's bishop. He issued a statement about Biden's comments on abortion. The statement first re-states the US Bishops' statement and then says:
It is my intention to build a supportive and trusting friendship with Senator Biden and as many public officials as I can. I will do my best, with your prayers, to assist him and all public officials as well as all citizens in our Diocese and beyond to understand how crucial the sanctity of human life is to a just society in the State of Delaware, the Eastern Shore of Maryland, and our entire nation.

Most Reverend W. Francis Malooly, D.D.
Bishop of Wilmington

2 - Archbishop Joseph Naumann of Kansas City, Kansas and Bishop Robert Finn of Kansas City-St Joseph, Missouri decided to issue a joint statement. It is worth reading the entire thing (it is in pdf format). So I won't quote any part of it.

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