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June 29, 2006



I am not a Catholic, but I'm sure Pope Paul VI would not change anything in the statement, since it seems to be merely a restatement of basic, traditional Catholic doctrine that has been taught for hundreds and hundreds of years. What was true for Catholics in 1968 should still be true today.

Is this a trick question or something?


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Regarding the Mexican Messianic movement...

López Obrador seems like he's aspiring to be a Mexican Fidel Castro. The fact that he's a wanna-be leftist dictator is far more disconcerting to me than the remarks he made on the side about Jesus. I think we should worry less about a "messianic movement" and more about the liklihood of a communist dictator on our southern border.

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