Please Take Three Minutes

My good friend from over at the university has done it again. He sends me such interesting e-mail ~ I don't know whether I'll be on the floor laughing, or crying, or just plain happy after reading them. But this one ~ well ~ it is right up there with the best of his referrals.

I don't intend to promote any particular political persuasion here at Grace Today. That is not my calling. If it is your calling ~ well, good for ya'. But some things just need to be seen and heard and this video is one of them.

I'm not Catholic. My heritage is Assemblies of God which is pretty different as far as church services go. But I claim some Irish blood, I love Maria Shriver and I think potatoes are just the most amazing thing we've received from Ireland. Now that last sentence doesn't have too much to do with this video, but perhaps I've grabbed your attention.

Thank you for taking the time to watch this. (See ~ a statement of faith.) Grins.


Cindy said...

That was a powerful video.
I am not Catholic but do have an Assembly of God background.
But, it wouldn't matter what 'denomination' you put in the video ~ it spoke truth and responsibility.

sister sheri said...

Dear "Grace" Thanks for posting this video... sometimes we think we're alone, don't we? We may start to realize that we truly have more in common with the Catholic faith than we do those without faith at all... On Saturday I saw a group of Catholics praying the rosary for America... I was so grateful to have someone praying for the good of the nation.

elaine @ peace for the journey said...

Thank God for the Catholics! At least they're willing to put their name on something.

I will always, and I mean ALWAYS for the one candidate who will stand on the side of the unborn. Period. If that makes me a one issue girl, then I am a one issue girl. That being said, I'm not crazy about my choice, but I will vote my conscience. ALWAYS.


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