I've debated whether or not to write and publish this post. I've done so for two reasons. First, I parted company with the Catholic Church some years ago over my personal struggles with a church that I still deeply love and respect. Secondly, what I am about to write may strike some as profoundly anti-American, at odds with the notion of separation church and state, and even as hearkening back to a time prior to the election of John F. Kennedy when bigots would suggest that a Catholic president would be under the thumb of the Pope in Rome. Yet in the end, I find myself compelled to write and publish this post because of the critical nature of the attack on religious freedom that has been launched by President Barack Hussein Obama and his administration. As a student of history and political science who also has four years of training in Catholic theology, I believe that what I set forth below is in keeping with the best of American values, Catholic theology, and the obligation of Christians to resist government actions and policies that cannot be reconciled with the Gospel.
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