As if it is not bad enough that anti-Christian and other anti-religion groups keep getting away with banishing the ideals of those of faith with laws that are irrelevant to the U.S. Constitutions requirement of a seperation of church and state, it sure doesn't help any to have the RCC trying to get back to their medieval status of controling government. Both factions are attempting to replace the big "G" (God) with the little "g" (government). http://news.yahoo.com/religious-coll...191440814.html
Immigration is a matter for the state, not any church or other religious organization. If "we the people", collectively agree on what a religious organization stands for, then "we the people" can make that stand "law". For the Catholic Church to decide to pressure politicians into making laws based on what the Catholic Church believes in; God help us!