Support Cardinal Dolan Sign the Religious Freedom Petition

The Obama Administration announced that Catholics MUST pay into insurance policies that cover abortion, contraception, and sterilization — NO conscience clauses will be accepted.

Cardinal Timothy Dolan released this video: http://bcove.me/ob5itz9v

Please sign the petition to support Cardinal Dolan and stand for religious freedom! We’ll send the generic propecia online petition to President Obama, members of Congress, and HHS Secretary Sebelius.

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I stand for religious freedom

I stand for religious freedom and support Cardinal Dolan and pro-life conscience rights.

President Obama and HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius recently announced that Catholics MUST pay into insurance policies that cover abortion, contraception, and sterilization -- NO conscience clauses will be accepted. Dolan said in a statement: “In effect, you and the president are saying we have a year to figure out how to violate our consciences.”

Cardinal Dolan also urged Catholics and the public at large to speak out in protest. “Let your elected leaders know that you want religious liberty and rights of conscience restored and that you want the administration’s contraceptive mandate rescinded,” he said.

We urge you to stand up for life, for the constitution and for religious liberty. Rescind the anti religious liberty mandate.

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