Adopt a Supreme Court Justice
We get lots of mail here at CatholicCulture.org. For example, today I received an email from somebody named Nathaniel Wenger, the purpose of which was to advocate a new form of government, far superior to democracy, which Nate modestly calls Wengerocracy. Um...OK.
But I also received this note from Cathy Shuyama of Somonauk, Illinois. It’s the kind of small thing that could be a big thing, and it shows what motivated people can do:
A friend (Keri Flure of Albuquerque, New Mexico) had the great idea to spiritually adopt a Supreme Court Justice and pray for him/her to defend Marriage, as we did for the Cardinals during the Conclave. So we set up a website for this purpose, asking for no personal information, and requiring less than one minute to complete the process. We need to have as many people as possible doing this and we would appreciate it if you could help us spread the word.
Cathy, consider the word spread!
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