Thursday, September 15, 2005
Another Pledge Ruling (USA)

With Hurricane Katrina and the anniversary of 9/11, I recently wrote on how God must be the center of our lives and our days as Pope Benedict XVI recently said again.

Well, the same atheist that brought the case against the pledge has done so again and a judge has ruled that the pledge is "unconstitutional" because of the words "under God". This is another example of the dark intentions to destroy one's faith in God. How great Our Lord is that He willfully gave us life, still died for our wrongs, and continues to bless us. Imagine how merciful that is for the victim to still die for his offenders - all of them. And then we see how horrible some people can become where they want to take God out of every facet of life.

I certainly like the pledge (typically I say it in Spanish to practice), but I will never remove "under God" when I say it because God is always there.

Image Source: Photo believed to be in the Public Domain

2 comment(s):

del_button September 15, 2005 at 5:00 PM
Anonymous said...

I watched it at school, It is really devastating that they are trying to take "Under God" out of the pledge.

del_button September 16, 2005 at 12:10 AM
Deacon Mike said...

I would like to know when the Constitution was changed to allow self appointed blowhards to limit the right to free speech, assembly and religion.


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