When my grandfather died in the 1990s, I stayed with my grandmother for about a month and change after that seeing as how it was the summer and didn’t have to worry about going back to school.
I pretty much hung out, played video games, and did the same stuff that I would normally do during a summer break. I also went to church with my grandmother.
Now, my grandmother was one of those people that for whatever reason went to the church service on Wednesday instead of the one on Friday. She said she liked it because you could go out to eat after and not have to compete for a seat as much.
We went every Sunday and then would go to eat. It was great to be there during what must have been a really hard time for her. Anyway, every so often during the service we would have someone come up that she hadn’t seen in months that would show up, probably out of guilt. My grandmother would privately call that person a CNE, or “Christmas and Easter” because it was the only time they ever came to church.
With the way Joe Biden acts towards people of faith, you would say that he was a CNE.
If the House of Representatives passes the Equality Act, its mandates will “discriminate against people of faith” by adversely affecting charities and their beneficiaries, conscience rights, women’s sports, “and sex-specific facilities,” said the chairmen of five U.S. bishops’ committees. Joe Biden claims he’s a Catholic, but his actions tell us a different story.
The bill, known as H.R. 5 and recently reintroduced in the House, also will provide for taxpayer funding of abortion and limit freedom of speech, the chairmen said in a Feb. 23 letter to all members of Congress.
“It means we need to honor every person’s right to gainful employment free of unjust discrimination or harassment, and to the basic goods that they need to live and thrive,” they continued. “It also means that people of differing beliefs should be respected. In this, we wholeheartedly support nondiscrimination principles to ensure that everyone’s rights are protected.”