The Massachusetts miracle
In Massachusetts, where legislators did nothing to prevent the judicial imposition of same-sex "marriage," the lower house of the state legislature is now ready to consider a bill that would require all hospitals to furnish the abortifacient "morning-after" pill on request.
This bill was already approved by the state senate, without opposition.
Read that last phrase again. Without opposition. In a legislature made up primarily of self-identified Catholics. In a state where Catholics make up roughly 50% of the electorate.
Just wondering: At what point do you think we should concede that there's a problem with the faith in Massachusetts? That the life of the Church here is not "vibrant?"
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