posted on May, 29 2008 @ 08:14 AM
With the Lisbon Treaty hinged on the vote of Ireland, and the prancing and of visits from European countries over the past few months to further the
yes propaganda machine, I have oft thought what the good ole Catholic Church was preaching on a Sunday…
And here is the answer…;] maybe the “Faith” was good for something after all.
Some Catholic prayer groups are praying for the Lisbon Treaty to be rejected, according to a Reuters report
Some Catholics in Ireland fear the new treaty will create loopholes allowing the EU to force Ireland to relax its strict abortion laws, permit same
sex marriages and erode what they regard as traditional religious values.
Some groups have sent text messages urging the devout to recite the Chaplet of the Divine Mercy, a rosary-like prayer cycle, in their request for a No
The lovely daily mail
Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen said on Thursday the treaty brought no major innovation, describing it as a complex document.
McCreevy, a former Irish finance minister, said he had not
read the entire treaty, adding there was enough information for people to be able to
understand it and vote on June 12
Irish voters go to the polls on June 12 to vote on the treaty in the only referendum planned by an EU state, meaning one of the bloc's smallest
nations could sink a project designed to end years of wrangling over reform of its institutions
IT WILL BE A NO