Monday, March 29, 2004
"As John Kennedy said very clearly, I will be a President who happens to be Catholic, not a Catholic President," Kerry, whose pro-abortion stance violates church teaching against abortion, told Time magazine.
We have a separation of church and state in this country," said Sen. John Kerry (Ma) "I don't tell church officials what to do, and church officials shouldn't tell American politicians what to do in the context of our public life."
Kerry was in St. Louis yesterday but sidestepped the issue by praying and speaking at a Baptist church, New Northside Missionary. He cited Scripture and an African proverb, "When you pray, move your feet."
'The Scriptures say, 'What does it profit my brother if someone says he has faith but does not have works?' Kerry told the congregation. "When we look at what is happening in America today, where are the works of compassion?"
PADRE POINT:What does it profit Kerry if he doesn't have faith nor works? 'Works of compassion?'...try defending the rights of the unborn!
Here's an idea...the New Northside Missionary Baptist Church can keep him!