Keller: Darkness hates the light in modern America
I was excited last week as President Donald Trump nominated and introduced Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his choice to fill the vacant seat on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Judge Barrett, a Catholic, and her husband Jesse have seven children (two adopted from Haiti). Her youngest biological son has Down Syndrome and is the favorite of the rest of the family.
Judge Barrett is an exceptional choice, deserving of the nomination and will be a great Justice. With that said, she credited her husband for being very supportive.
In the next few weeks, we will have the opportunity to see the difference between the “light” and “darkness.” The election on Nov. 3 won’t be about the Republicans and the Democrats, but about good and evil.
Joe Biden says the election will be a battle for the soul of America. That’s the only thing he says that I agree with. Of course, he and Nancy Pelosi are both Catholic. That proves you can belong to any religious organization and not have Christian values. Joe Biden has been a pro-choice person since abortion was legalized.
Pro-choice Nancy Pelosi visited Pope Benedict XVI in February 2009 and had an audience with him. He took the occasion to confront her pro-choice stance and the moral law of the church’s consistent teaching of the dignity of human life from conception to natural death.
That catholicleague.org released a statement in April 2009 titled, “Pope Rebukes Pelosi.” I’m sure Pelosi would have liked to get a picture with the Pope, while smiling for political purposes. However, the Pope didn’t allow that to happen. Thank God!
The Bible states that the “darkness” hates the “light.” Judge Barrett will be attacked by liberals who hate her Christianity.
It’s time for Catholics to exercise their values and vote pro-life.
If you have any questions, or comments, please write to Harold Keller at Get High on Life, P.O. Drawer U, Reserve, LA 70084, or call (985) 652-8477.