My Governor does not know what being Catholic Means!

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“I’m a Catholic and a very dedicated Catholic, but that doesn’t interfere with my decision-making"

Arnold Schwarzenegger, Governor of California

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He might need to read this "What Makes Someone Catholic' from Christine at ‘the simple and the ordinary’ blog

"Schwarzenegger said he has never believed religion should interfere with policies that can help people.

'I’m a Catholic and a very dedicated Catholic, but that doesn’t interfere with my decision-making because I know that stem cell research the way we are doing it in California ... is the right way to go,' "

Yeah, really, (she snarked...) why would, um, let's say, oh I dunno,.... MORALS affect what you feel is "right"?

I know English is not his native language, I would love to hear the Governor's definition or "dedicated" and "right."

I'll have to add him to my prayer list, along with that poor benighted Hitchens fellow...

(Save the Liturgy, Save the World)

It's like the old wisecrack about Geraldine Ferraro: that she took her religion so personally that she wouldn't impose it on anyone, including herself.

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