San Fran Catholic attack results in lawsuit

You know, it is a good thing the left is so open minded and diverse, otherwise one would think that they hate Christians…

A stridently anti-Catholic resolution passed unanimously by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors has prompted a federal lawsuit. In the

March 21 measure, the city’s board condemned Catholic moral teaching on homosexuality and urged the archbishop of San Francisco and Catholic Charities of San Francisco to defy church directives prohibiting homosexual adoptions.

I’m really feeling the love here.

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1 Response to San Fran Catholic attack results in lawsuit

  1. Night Writer says:

    This is the same San Franscisco who last month took a shot at Ron Luce’s “Aquire the Fire” rally on the steps of the SF city hall:
    “… Earlier this week, the Board of Supervisors passed a resolution condemning the ‘act of provocation’ by what it termed an ‘anti-gay,’ ‘anti-choice’ organization that aimed to ‘negatively influence the politics of America’s most tolerant and progressive city.’
    Luce said it was the first time one of his events has been officially condemned…”
    Here’s the link to the article:

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