Wednesday, July 16, 2008

San Francisco Declares War On Catholicism - Calls Upon Catholics To Abandon Church

THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT: The City of San Francisco has officially declared war on the Roman Catholic religion via a legal resolution calling upon Catholics to abandon their religion. Legal proceedings will begin shortly in a lawsuit against the City of San Francisco for blatant violation of the first amendment by using the institutions of government to condemn a particular religion. This is the very definition of "homofascism" in action, whereby homosexual activists in the city government are so hell bent on pushing the homosexual agenda, that they're willing to trample on everybody else's civil rights to do it - especially Catholics...

( - A San Francisco city and county board resolution that officially labeled the Catholic church's moral teachings on homosexuality as "insulting to all San Franciscans," "hateful," "defamatory," "insensitive" and "ignorant" will be challenged tomorrow in court for violating the Constitution's prohibition of government hostility toward religion.

Resolution 168-08, passed unanimously by the City and County of San Francisco Board of Supervisors two years ago, also accused the Vatican of being a "foreign country" meddling with and attempting to "negatively influence (San Francisco's) existing and established customs."

It said of the church's teaching on homosexuality, "Such hateful and discriminatory rhetoric is both insulting and callous, and shows a level of insensitivity and ignorance which has seldom been encountered by this Board of Supervisors."

As WND reported, Resolution 168-08 was an official response to the Catholic Church's ban on adoption placements into homosexual couple households, issued by Cardinal William Levada of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith at the Vatican.

The board's resolution urged the city's local archbishop and the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of San Francisco to defy the Vatican's instructions, concluding with a spiteful reminder that the church authority that issued the ban was known 100 years ago as "The Holy Office of the Inquisition."

The resolution also took a shot at Levada, the former archbishop of San Francisco, saying, "Cardinal Levada is a decidedly unqualified representative of his former home city, and of the people of San Francisco and the values they hold dear."...

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