It brings to mind a quote from Winston Churchill, which I think is very apropos:
Granted, many of our Bishops are now on the offensive as regards to the HHS mandate - and rightfully so. But I wonder if this vigorous offense was present when no-fault divorce started its deadly course. (A quick, though certainly not exhaustive, Google search produced no findings on the offensive plays of the Bishops over the years since NFD's inception, except for New York, though it also passed the law in 2010 and holds the "honor" of being the last of the 50 states to do so.) And I also wonder how likely is it that many of us victims of divorce and annulment might still be at home with our wives, husbands and children had the NFD onslaught been stopped, or at least severely crippled.
Enjoy. But weep also for that which we have lost...
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