How did you spend your March 21?
The online California Catholic Daily reports that Cardinal Roger Mahony of Los Angeles says he spent part of his March 21 addressing a big amnesty-for-illegals rally in Washington, D.C.
On his blogspot, the Cardinal tells about his day, praises the rally, and writes this:
"Health care reform passed on Sunday night, and brought millions of people out of the shadows of living without health care coverage. We have reached out to them precisely to include them fully into American life and protections."
As we know, many Catholics spent part of their March 21 praying that the "health [sic] care [sic] reform [sic]" would not pass.
That is because the massive federal takeover of U.S. medical care is extremely anti-life, blatantly unconstitutional, and, some bishops say, against Catholic teaching in many ways.
The federal takeover of medicine will not provide "protections" to lots of Americans, such as the USA's millions of abortion-targeted babies but also the many elderly, ill, and vulnerable people to whom it will deny (ration) necessary and even life-saving treatment.
Maybe the Cardinal mentioned the right to life in his address on March 21. But his blog post does not say so.
What did you do on your March 21?