What kind of God is yours?
House Bill No. 4244 provides free access to health services, thus enabling the poor to plan their families such that their children will have a promising future. I am a Roman Catholic nun who believes in the primacy of conscience that transcends all religions. I exhort all our legislators to use their conscience to help their constituents who are poor. When we die we will face our God, not the bishops. The bishops too will face God.
Now, who is your God, the punishing God or the loving God?—SR. NENITA TAPIA, email@example.com
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