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IRS Complaint against Catholic Church


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from the article:

... this complaint comes from one Reverend Barry Lynn, executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State. The complaint is simply this - If the Catholic Church wishes to get involved with politics, they no longer can be recognized as a charity. If the church wishes to partake in the political process, they should pay taxes just like everyone else. From my perspective, this has been a long time coming. Church leaders have interfered with too many aspects of life outside of their theology for far too long as it is.

Of course this kind of complaint has been made for YEARS. One day, governments will get tired of religion and turn (Rev 17: 15-18). May that be soon (Matt 6:9&10).

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