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Fr. Sammie Maletta speaks on Religious Liberty – Feb 5th Homily

February 29, 2012

Please listen and pray and do the right thing.

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  1. John Walusis permalink
    March 8, 2012 1:05 pm

    Fr. Sammie Maletta,

    God bless you for having the courage to stand up to the violation of our first amendment rights. May you continue to speak out boldly.

    John Walusis
    jdwalusis2@hotmail.com

  2. Julie Cullen permalink
    March 11, 2012 9:58 pm

    I thought I’d heard the best homily ever on this topic by a Monsignor I love and respect….but after listening to you and your passion for that which you hold so important for all of us………..God Bless you! Your homily is dynamic, and should be sent to every parish in this country. It is apparent to me the passion behind your words had to have been sparked by the Holy Spirit. Keep it up, and maybe some of the mediocre or priests who are afraid to address the people will get on the bandwagon in this defeat of someone I consider to be the anti christ. He is targeting the Catholic Church and there is good reason that he would want to do this. He wants the world to be rid of priests. Afterall, they are the only ones who can consecrate the bread and wine into the real Presence of our dear Lord. That is why history repeats itself over and over again……..get rid of the Caholics and their priests. Padre Pio once said, the world could survive better living a day without the sun than it could survive without at least one Mass being said somewhere in the world.

  3. Robert Wallace permalink
    March 13, 2012 5:41 pm

    As a Presbyterian, I commend Fr. Marletta for his outstanding homily. The Obama Administration has launched the most serious attack on religious lilberty in our nation’s history, and I am appalled that so many Roman Catholics as well as Presbyterians and other Christians have been unwilling to rise up in defense.

    R. C. Wallace

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