Saturday, January 21, 2017

Call Congress 202 225-3121 to Support Affordable Health Care including Contraception Coverage, Women's Marches Ignite Worldwide Solidarity for Equal Rights,

http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-pol-womens-march-washington-20170121-story.html
 As equal images of the divine, women's rights are equal rights. The historic Women's Marches ignite a passion for women's rights worldwide that will continue to grow.

Make your voices heard on every issue beginning with affordable health care with contraceptive coverage. Call your representatives in Congress: 202-225-3121. 
 Bridget Mary Meehan ARCWP, www.arcwp.org

http://elpais.com/elpais/2017/01/21/inenglish/1485026427_223988.html



The U.S. Catholic Bishops: Abortion trumped all other issues

http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2017/01/20/catholic_concerns_ahead_of_president_trumps_inauguration/1287134

Pope Francis:
http://elpais.com/elpais/2017/01/21/inenglish/1485026427_223988.html


Divine Dissatisfaction
Let us go out with a divine dissatisfaction.
Let us be dissatisfied
until America will no longer have
a high blood pressure of creeds
and an anemia of deeds.
Let us be dissatisfied until the tragic walls
that separate the outer city of wealth and comfort
and the inner city of poverty and despair
shall be crushed by the battering rams
of the forces of justice. Let us be dissatisfied
until those that live on the outskirts of hope
are brought into the metropolis of daily security.
Let us be dissatisfied until slums are cast
into the junk heaps of history,
and every family is living
in a decent sanitary home.
Let us be dissatisfied
until the dark yesterdays of segregated schools
will be transformed into bright tomorrows
of quality, integrated education.
Let us be dissatisfied until integration
is not seen as a problem
but as an opportunity to participate
in the beauty of diversity.
Let us be dissatisfied until men and women,
however black they may be, will be judged
on the basis of the content of their character
and not on the basis of the color of their skin.
Let us be dissatisfied.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

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