New Hampshire’s Episcopal Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori issued a statement recently declaring their stance on gun violence and in essence, urging Episcopalian members to abandon their 2nd Amendment rights granted them by the U.S. Constitution to grant the U.S. government more control over already over-regulated, under-enforced firearms purchased.

Stand up for your rights and DO NOT contact your congressperson/representative to ask for more gun control. But DO ask your congressperson/representative to do their part to stand up and uphold their oath to protect and defend the U.S. Constitution as well as working with the appropriate agencies to enforce the laws already passed, and do the background checks according to the existing laws.

Don’t give muslim Barack HUSSEIN Obama the chance to disarm American citizens and turn regular law-abiding citizens into subjects.

Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire
From the Presiding Bishop’s Office
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Presiding Bishop on gun violence: Call today

Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori on gun violence
Call-in on Monday, February 4
UPDATED February 4: Call 1-888-897-0174
[February 1, 2013] Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori has issued the following statement.
The United States has witnessed far too many public shootings in recent months and years. Far too many lives have been cut short or maimed by both random and targeted acts of gun violence. The school shooting in Newtown was horrific, yet since that day several times as many young people have died by gunshot.

It is abundantly clear that Americans are ready to grapple with the complexities of gun violence. The Spirit is moving across this land to mobilize people of faith to act. I urge the United States members of this Church to call your federal legislators on Monday 4 February to express your concern and your expectation that gun violence be addressed. The outlines of the necessary policy decisions are clear and widely supported: limits on sales of military-style weapons and high-capacity magazines, effective background checks for all gun purchases, better access to mental health services, and attention to gun trafficking.

We believe all God’s people should be able to live in peace, as Zechariah dreams, “old men and women shall again sit in the streets…And the streets of the city shall be full of boys and girls playing.”  The prophet reminds his hearers that even if this seems impossible, with God it is not. [Zech 8:4-6]  I urge you to add your voice to those clamoring for peace. Call your legislators and sue for peace.

The Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori
Presiding Bishop and Primate
The Episcopal Church

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