Military chaplains harassed, mocked for quoting Scripture during chaplain training

Those who serve our country often greet reveilles before the sunrise. They don the uniform. They represent our country, and they continue to make sacrifice after sacrifice. With the onslaught of government intrusion on religious freedom, some of them are dealing with egregious attacks on their personal faith.

A legal group on Friday filed suit on behalf of two military chaplains. According to the suit, a supervisor with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) mocked their Christian faith, repeatedly, during a chaplain training program.

Read more at Father Z’s site

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  1. Fr. Z. et all simili US military worshipers need to wake up and smell the coffee. The US military’s raison d’être in the 21st century (begun in the late 19th) is—in a word—EMPIRE. It is an unholy, Godless purpose that is defensive only on the remotest tangents.

    Holy Mother Church needs to call the US government out on this. The first step would be to disband the military diocese. The immediate second step would be to call on all Catholics serving the Unholy US Empire to discontinue their service immediately and en masse: crying loudly, “No more!”

    Next, every Catholic pulpit should resound with this message to young people considering military “service”: “Don’t! It will kill you or corrupt you or both!”

    Finally, let every Catholic church in the US take down their American flags hencforth and forever. Even in the best of times, these secular governmental totems never belonged in the Houses of the Lord.


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