Here's what I want to know.
Are the bishops going to have an education campaign in the churches?
Are they going to deny communion to Catholic politicians who support euthanasia?
Are they going to impose discipline on clergy who do not toe the line?
Maybe if they set the example, they wouldn't have to set the message.
It always seems that with the bishops, it's too little, too late, on social issues.
This should have been the message five years ago. And there should have been more done then.
If you do not want to lose on a social issue, you must act like winners. The Catholic bishops have been acting like losers for the past 40 years. Full of verbiage, not of actions.