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WASHINGTON (RNS) The nuns have teamed up with the bishops and have their eyes set on the 61 GOP Catholic House members. More specifically, they are pinpointing lawmakers from Florida, Texas and California.

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  1. If I leave the Catholic Church, and I am very close to doing that, it will be because of activists like this who don’t have a clue about what it’s like to grow up in a ghetto and to wanting to get OUT – which is not through government poverty programs designed to keep people in the ghetto, albeit slightly more comfortably than before; it’s through working your way OUT. There is nothing remotely Christian about enslaving people but that’s what they’re encouraging;.

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