Update (May 6, 2007):
Nicolas Sarkozy has won. Unfortunately, after a little research, it appears both candidates are pro-abortion. Sarkozy at least is against gay marriage but does support civil unions. Royal was extremely pro-gay marriage. It seems that there was no candidate far more pro-life. I hope that Sarkozy, who is a Roman Catholic, will advocate pro-life values as he leads the country of France.
CVSTOS FIDEI has more information.
Original Post (April 22, 2007):
Get out your rosaries and pray!
Ségolène Royal, a woman Socialist, will be running against Nicolas Sarkozy for the office of President in France. The election will take place on May 6, 2007. Ségolène Royal is a left-wing candidate who supports issues that are against the authority of the Holy Catholic Church. For example, in a June 2006 interview with LGBT publication Têtu, Royal said "opening up marriage to same-sex couples is needed in the name of equality, visibility and respect." She promised to introduce a bill to legalize gay marriage and gay adoption if elected.
I don't know the position of Nicolas Sarkozy at the moment, though, on Catholic issues. Please pray that Catholic values will guide this election.
Sunday, May 6, 2007
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