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Thursday, July 21, 2005
A Catholic Supreme Court Justice
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I have just read that if Justice John Roberts is confirmed to the United States' Supreme Court, he will be the fourth Catholic on the court at the present time. His position on abortion is a little unsure, but his wife is a member of Feminists for Life. I think that he would serve our country well, but I certainly would like to hear his answers to abortion; I certainly hope he would vote against Roe vs. Wade, which legalized the murder of an unborn child.

I'm currently reading "Memory and Identity" by Pope John Paul ll, and in that book he talked about ideologies of evil including WWII struggles, the Cold War, and abortion. The book is fairly good, and I will be posting summaries and notes from it on my site for the next few days.

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2 comments:

del_button July 21, 2005 at 5:23 PM
auron said...

well if he isnt against abortion he isnt catholic remember, its intrinsically evil. There is no room to move around it, if he is catholic hes against abortion. Then again he could be like many and be a wannabe catholic that doesnt take the teachings seriously.

del_button July 23, 2005 at 6:29 PM
Moneybags said...

Too many politicans claim to be Catholic and support abortion. I hope Justice Roberts isn't like that.

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