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We The People or "I Judge Walker"

This is an extraordinarily well done piece by Fr. Roger Landry at CatholicPreaching.com on the gay marriage ruling in California:

f pictures are said to be worth a thousand words, political cartoons are often far more visually voluble. In the immediate aftermath of Federal District Judge Vaughan R. Walker’s outrageous August 4 decision in San Francisco declaring unconstitutional California’s 2008 Proposition 8 — which formally enshrined marriage as the union of one man and one woman — two cartoons summed it up. The first one featured the calligraphic initial words of the Constitution, “We the People…” crossed out and replaced by the cursive words, “I, Judge Walker…”
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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is just one of the many wonderful homilies from Father Landry. No nonsense up front commentary on our Faith as it should be told. More's the pity that our Natural Law is not outlined more emphatically by others who can and should be following Father Landry"s lead.
Take some time and read the beautiful life story of Saint John Vianney that he wrote on his wonderful site over the last twelve months for an example of Catholic leadership. Well done Father, you have my thanks once again.

Anonymous said...

Further to my earlier comment in relation to Father Landry. It puzzles me that I read this site faithfully each week over here in Australia, yet, I see very few catholic bloggers list this site as being amongst their favourite (australian spelling) sites.
Love CMR but my No.i site for all things catholic....Catholic preaching by a long way for the simple reason that it increases my Faith knowledge each time I read one of Father Landry"s homilies.


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