Where were pro-lifers when we protested Iraq war?

2012-11-05T00:00:00Z Where were pro-lifers when we protested Iraq war? nwitimes.com
November 05, 2012 12:00 am

The 200 pro-life people protesting religious liberty in Crown Point logically should be against the death penalty and war. Where were they when a few of us in Crown Point protesting the war in Iraq were cursed?

When churches go beyond their religious workings and open a money-making business, they should be governed by the rules of business. The dictionary defines liberty as a positive enjoyment of various social, political or economic rights and privileges. Shouldn't non-Catholic employees have the right to liberty, too?

- Janice Lesniak, Schererville

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