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    An update on what's to come with Robinbirdie

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    Many of you listen to me or watch my vlogs for PJNET and I than decided to start Ramble On. Well I am going to be doing a news desk for a Christian network on line. Not anything will be missing Ramble on much lol.

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    Catholic Radio Show World Wide-#NationalRadioDay Launch

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    The Right to Life is a Fundamental Right
    By Bishop Francis X. DiLorenzo, Statement Regarding Catholics in Public Office
    Tim Kaine fully Supports Abortion
    The Catholic Church makes its position very clear as it pertains to the protection of human life, social justice initiatives, and the importance of family life. From the very beginning, Catholic teaching informs us that every human life is sacred from conception until natural death. The right to life is a fundamental, human right for the unborn and any law denying the unborn the right to life is unequivocally unjust.Legislative issues pertaining to these matters are advocated on behalf of myself and Bishop Loverde, of the Diocese of Arlington, before the Virginia General Assembly, U.S. Congress, and with state and federal agencies and administrations through the Virginia Catholic Conference, a public policy advocacy organization. Through this organization, elected officials in Virginia are aware of the Church’s positions on such important issuesWe continue to maintain an open communication with public officials who make on-going decisions impacting critical, moral and social issues. This is a responsibility I take seriously, along with my brother bishops, to reach out to public leaders to explain Catholic principles and encourage them to protect human life and dignity in all decisions they make.We always pray for our Catholic leaders that they make the right choice, act in the best judgment and in good conscience, knowing the values and teachings of the Catholic Church.
    It is the duty of all Catholics, no matter their profession, to decide through an upright and informed conscience as to their worthiness to receive the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist.

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    May 31 2016 Dr. Susan Rempel Show

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     5/31 Show:  The NERVE of Potus to call for better care for Vets! Bash Hillary Day. Chocolate is a drug? Sac Bee