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This they do while there are currently thousands of instances of child-rape by these same cultists calling for banning guns... It's not about safety of children in other words, it's about turning us all into helpless slaves... then the injustices will REALLY start in this country... we haven't seen anything yet... The Cult in Rome HATES any and all civil rights... they have ALWAYS hated the US Constitution. That is why they have destroyed Free Speech, Freedom of the Press, Freedom of Religion and they are working hard on repealing the 2nd Amendment Right to bear Arms...

Growing student activism on gun violence presses lawmakers to act

22. Echoing the long-standing position of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Archbishop Wenski said “reasonable” gun control was necessary to prevent firearms from getting into the wrong hands. “The church has been engaged on this issue of gun control for a good amount of time,” he said.









Growing student activism on gun violence presses lawmakers to act
22. Echoing the long-standing position of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Archbishop Wenski said “reasonable” gun control was necessary to prevent firearms from getting into the wrong hands. “The church has been engaged on this issue of gun control for a good amount of time,” he said.









Religious Offerings: 2/24
Father James Bacik offers his take on gun control on March 4. In “Gun Control: A Christian Perspective,” the retired Catholic priest and theologian “will examine the current emotionally charged debate on gun control from the perspective of Christian responsibility to care for victims, to humanize our ...









Can the new push for gun control change the way (and whether) guns are stored in the home?
"Some schools did a prayer service and some did prayers," Kim Pryzbylski, archdiocesan superintendent of schools, told Catholic News Service. "Some students were talking about leaving campus and going different places. We didn't want that to happen. We thought it would be more meaningful to do it ...











US Bishops Declare 'National Call-In Day for Dreamers'
WASHINGTON (ChurchMilitant.com) - The U.S. bishops are proclaiming February 26, National Catholic Call-In Day to Protect Dreamers, after .... social justice issues like health care, gun control, climate change and tax reform, sometimes reserving their harshest criticism of Trump for these other issues.









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On the Morality of Gun Control
Father Jerry J. Pokorsky: Some wish to see gun control and abortion as related issues. That's a mistake. Guns are not intrinsically evil; abortion is.






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The answer is resoundingly clear: Firearms in the hands of civilians should be strictly limited and eventually completely eliminated.

"The answer is resoundingly clear: Firearms in the hands of civilians should be strictly limited and eventually completely eliminated."

But you won't find that statement in a headline or a document subheading. It's almost hidden in a footnote in a document on crime by the U.S. bishops' conference and it's mentioned in passing in dozens of official Vatican texts on the global arms trade.

The most direct statement comes in the bishops' "Responsibility, Rehabilitation and Restoration: A Catholic Perspective on Crime and Criminal Justice" from November 2000.

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