Why do Pope Benedict XVI doesn't want to meet Obama?
Topic: Homework pros and cons research
July 24, 2019 / By Hadad Question:
UNTIL TODAY, several bishops, priests and religious lay people OPPOSES Obama's invitation in Notre Dame College, a Catholic instiution saying "Obama invitation will damage the institution's reputation and its mission"
The Vatican's press secretary Fr. Federico Lombardi, SJ cites Obama's positions on abortion and embryonic stem-cell research.
CHANGE WE CAN BELIEVE IN huh??????
ALL PRESIDENTS, starting from Kennedy to Bush have met with the reigning Popes.
Best Answers: Why do Pope Benedict XVI doesn't want to meet Obama?
Eade | 5 days ago
You have done your homework well.
There is pro and con in the answers but I think Obama will not be the
President like the previous administrations.
Obama has fooled a lot of people but he has not fooled God
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You are getting two issues confused.
+ Whether or not Notre Dame University should allow the president of the United States to tell its students whatever he wants.
This is a Freedom of Speech issue on both sides. The University and the president are entitled to this freedom just as much as those who are protesting.
+ Whether or not the Pope would meet with the President of the United States.
This is a hospitality issue between two heads of state. I have no doubt the the Pope would meet with the President.
With love in Christ.
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What makes you think of that the Pope does no longer meet with President Obama? Are you getting 2 themes puzzled? + no count if or no longer Notre Dame college ought to enable the president of the united states to tell its pupils in spite of he needs. that's a Freedom of Speech difficulty on the two factors. The college and the president are entitled to this freedom in basic terms as much as people who're protesting. + no count if or no longer the Pope might meet with the President of the united states. that's a hospitality difficulty between 2 heads of state. I have not any doubt the the Pope might meet with the President. With love in Christ.
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It's not a problem with the President. The current Pope is everything the Catholic Church should NOT be represented by - inclusiveness, closed-mindedness, and a distinct lack of Jesus-like TOLERANCE.
EDIT - prolovespeaker, Obama was okay with vetoing that bill because there was already legislation in place to protect newborns in the example you cited. What would the point have been to support the same law twice?
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