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The Catholic church has done so much damage to our nation and our culture. It should know better by now and stay totally out of Irish politics.
Catholic Church says vote Yes, is another very good reason to vote No.
The Catholic church has never been a good guardian of the Irish.


One of the Ireland's senior bishops on European affairs has said Catholics have no reason to vote No in the Lisbon Treaty referendum on religious or ethical grounds.
Bishop Noel Treanor told an Oireachtas Committee today that he can unequivocally state that a Catholic can vote Yes in good conscience.
Bishop Treanor is the Irish Bishops' Conference Representative to the Commission of the Bishops' Conferences of the European Community.
Bishop Treanor also said that the Lisbon Treaty does not alter the legal position of abortion in Ireland.
He said there are some organisations that are giving out misleading and inaccurate information on the treaty.
He said none of them speak on behalf of the Catholic Church.

A group from the No side has called for public debate on the Lisbon Treaty.
Debate sought
The Say No to Lisbon/CAECU group, representing 14 affiliated organisations, has invited the Taoiseach and his Government colleagues to a full public debate in Dublin's Mansion House at lunchtime on an agreed date in late September.
The group want to discuss the actual content and implications of the 28th Amendment to the Constitution, the Lisbon Treaty and associated documents.
They have proposed three speakers from each side and an independent chairperson.
The group say they are taking the initiative because the Government axed the only body capable of organising a balanced debate on the treaty, The National Forum on Europe, just before the second referendum on the Lisbon Treaty was called.

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