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PHOENIX, Arizona — General Michael Flynn will headline the MORAL COURAGE WINS event in Phoenix, Arizona on Oct. 13. Gen. Flynn is a retired U.S. Army lieutenant general and the 24th U.S. National Security Advisor. A fierce voice for freedom, Flynn is the country’s highest serving military intelligence officer with over three decades of impeccable service. He is currently chairman of America’s Future and author of the best-selling book A Letter to America.

Other notable speakers include Father James Altman of Wisconsin; Arizona Republican candidate for governor, Kari Lake; Arizona candidate for Secretary of State, Mark Finchem; and Arizona Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, Blake Masters. The event is hosted by Phoenix-headquartered Catholics for Catholics, an organization whose mission is to “fight for the soul of the nation, in all things, in all times.”

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Kim Zember was actively engaged in the LGBTQ lifestyle, but then dedicated her life to Christ and now proudly points young people to "Jesus, the One who loves each person with a radical love that no one else can offer," through her ministry, Overcome Ministries. 

However, Kim's opportunity to speak about chastity, traditional marriage, and true happiness has been suddenly cancelled in the most cowardly way possible — all by the Archdiocese of Indianapolis.

In a cowardly development, the Archdiocese of Indianapolis is now appealing to an incomplete approval process, claiming that Kim's scheduled appearance at St. Luke Catholic Church is pending review. 

This is a ridiculous reason to silence a traditional persepctive about relationships, healthy living, and the power of faith. The Archdiocese of Indianapolis' appeal to process is a scandal to the Catholic Church and no champion of truth should be cancelled from a Catholic institution for such a weak and transparently insufficient reason. 

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Bishop Chatard released a painfully weak statement, amidst the fallout, having first helped support the event at St. Luke Catholic Church. 

The Archdiocese of Indianapolis is using obvious formalities to delay or prevent what the parishioners MUST hear: the truth about the LGBTQ movement and what truly brings happiness. 

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“All eyes are on Arizona,” said John Yep, Catholics for Catholics spokesman. “Our event includes candidates from the most hotly contested races in Arizona, arguably in the nation. Many refer to themselves as Catholic for voter appeal, which prompts the question, ‘What is a Catholic?’ The mission of Catholics for Catholics is to hold accountable those who claim this label but espouse policies counter to Church teaching. We are public facing in that we clarify the truth of our faith against these claims.”

“We are filling an urgent void,” says Yep. “We are compelled to speak boldly. Elections truly do have consequences.”

A recent poll conducted by EWTN showed a majority of likely Catholic voters are dissatisfied with the current White House and Congress. The top concern is inflation, where metro Phoenix has one of the highest rates in the nation. The Catholics for Catholics event in Phoenix is the first of several planned across key states including Ohio and Nevada.

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