On Friday, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius quoted President John F. Kennedy in a rebuttal to the Catholic bishops of the United States. In her book, and according to possibly JFK, the Catholic Church can't tell its faithful what to do in life.
First, she picks a really bad example using JFK. We now know he was not much of a Catholic. Unless you think womanizing, lying, and over drugging is OK. Sorry, JFK lovers, he was not a good example for our kids!
Second, Sebelius shows she doesn't even believe in the Ten Commandments. Both Christians and Jews use these commandments as a way of life. So, I guess the Catholic Church uses them also in establishing laws and principles of the Church.
The real problem is the federal government telling religions how their members should practice their precepts or that the churches have no say in a person's life. The Constitution established a separation of church and state, not so much to protect citizens from the church, but to protect the church from the government!
That's my opinion. Read more about the Sebelius speech at...