Friday, May 05, 2017

Bishop Mitchell Rozanski the partisan: Not a word about President Trump's Executive Order protecting religious liberty

It wasn't long ago that Bishop Mitchell Rozanski was being critical of President Donald Trump's stance on illegal immigrants.  See here.

Bishop Rozanski was quoted as having said that,“As Christians, we must speak out against broad stroke measures that are an affront to the dignity of all human beings. It is part of the very fabric of our pro-life teaching that in each and every person we see the true and living presence of God.”

But Bishop Rozanski does not see "in every person" the true and living presence of God.  When I posted solid arguments charitably refuting his stance on the President's immigration policies on his Facebook page, he deleted the posts and blocked me from posting.

I wrote about Bishop Rozanski placing partisan politics above the demands of truth here.

Bishop Rozanski isn't interested in dialogue.  He's not interested in seeing God in every person.  The Bishop is a partisan ideologue.

Father George Rutler, of EWTN fame, wrote the following about such ideologues:

"The recent action of our government’s executive branch to protect our borders and enforce national security is based on Constitutional obligations (Art. 1 sec 10 and Art. 4 sec 4). It is a practical protection of the tranquility of order explained by Saint Augustine when he saw the tranquillitas ordinis of Roman civilization threatened. Saint Thomas Aquinas sanctioned border control (S. Th. I-II, Q. 105, Art. 3). No mobs shouted in the marketplace two years ago when the Terrorist Travel Prevention Act restricted visa waivers for Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Libya and Yemen. The present ban continues that, and only for a stipulated ninety days, save for Syria. There is no “Muslim ban” as should be obvious from the fact that the restrictions do not apply to other countries with Muslim majorities, such as Egypt, Indonesia, Pakistan, Malaysia, Bangladesh and Turkey.

These are facts ignored by demagogues who speak of tears running down the face of the Statue of Liberty. At issue is not immigration, but illegal immigration. It is certainly manipulative of reason to justify uncontrolled immigration by citing previous generations of immigrants to our shores, all of whom went through the legal process, mostly in the halls of Ellis Island. And it is close to blasphemy to invoke the Holy Family as antinomian refugees, for they went to Bethlehem in obedience to a civil decree requiring tax registration, and they violated no statutes when they sought protection in Egypt. Then there was Saint Paul, who worked within the legal system, and invoked his Roman citizenship through privileges granted to his native Tarsus in 66 B.C. (Acts 16:35-38; 22:25-29; 25:11-12) He followed ordered procedure, probably with the status of civis Romanus non optimo jure—a legal citizen, but not allowed to act as a magistrate.

It is obvious that the indignant demonstrators against the new Executive Orders are funded in no little part by wealthy interests who would provoke agitation. These same people have not shown any concern about the neglected Christians seeking refuge from persecution in the Middle East. In 2016 there was a 675% increase in the number of Syrian refugees over the previous year, but while 10% of the Syrian population is Christian, only one-half of one percent of the Syrian Christians were granted asylum. It is thankworthy that our changed government now wants to redress that. The logic of that policy must not be shouted down by those who screech rather than reason."


Now President Trump has signed another Executive Order, this one protecting religious liberty, saying as he did so:

“We remember this eternal truth. Freedom is not a gift from government. Freedom is a gift from God. It was Thomas Jefferson who said the God who gave us life gave us liberty. Our Founding Fathers believed that religious liberty was so fundamental that they enshrined it in the very First Amendment of our great beloved Constitution.”

When did we hear this from President Barack Obama?  Instead, through his HHS mandate, Obama was attempting to violate the religious liberties and conscience rights of Catholics and other Christians opposed to contraception.

Has Bishop Rozanski thanked President Trump or praised his Executive Order?

No.

And this too speaks volumes about this ecclesial fraud.


Related reading here.

3 comments:

Unknown said...

WHO WILL CRY FOR YOU, AMERICA ?

I, will cry you a river
And much much more
My dear dear America,
Once so beautiful !
You sold your soul
To a bunch of mercenaries
Which entered your sheep-fold
As wolves and goats
You sold your skin
To the highest bidder
You resemble a harlot
The new BABYLON
Eating and drinking
With the rich of this world
Prostituting yourself
For money and power
And became a den
Of thieves and murderers
You forgot all about
The One Who blessed
You so abundantly
Biting the Hand of the Blesser
Embarrassed to mention His Name !
Did He not teach you
To be wise as a serpent
And harmless as a dove
Why then do you behave
As a silly goose ??
He invited you to His dinner Table
He so diligently prepared
But, you made light of it
And went your worldly, haughty ways
One to his farm,
Another to his business.
But as the Father of Fathers
He waits for your return
The return of His prodigal daughter
WAKE UP, AMERICA !!!
Humble your pride
And follow the Way, the Life and the Truth !!!
Or, I SHALL cry you a river
A river of bloody tears
And much much more !!!

Rita Biesemans 02/17/2003

Anonymous said...

http://www.lifenews.com/2017/05/04/sick-business-creates-jewelry-from-human-embryos-left-over-from-ivf/

Brian said...

While other Catholic leaders are praising Trump's Executive Order protecting religious liberty, Bishop Rozanski, having swallowed the radical leftist agenda, remains silent.

http://www.ewtnnews.com/catholic-news/US.php?id=15512

Rozanski is a traitor to Gospel values embracing the propaganda of the extremist left.

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