Anglican Priests Loses Pay and Slated for ‘Termination’ for Opposition to Homosexual Unions

ABBOTSFORD, BC, October 24, 2003 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Rev. James Wagner, from the Church of the Holy Cross in Abbotsford, British Columbia has had his job terminated as a result of his refusal to support blessings of homosexual unions, the position of his controversial Bishop Michael Ingham. Rev. Wagner who runs a mission parish and is supported by Ingham’s diocese was threatened in a letter from the diocese that if he did not sign a statement of unreserved loyalty to the pro-homosexual-blessing bishop he would be placed on leave.  The National Post reports that the diocese did not admit to firing […]
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The Bizarre Motivation behind Michael Schiavo’s Right-to-Die Lawyer George Felos

CLEARWATER, October 23, 2003 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The motivation behind Michael Schiavo’s dire quest to end the life of his severely disabled wife is not certain.  He has a child and another on the way with another woman but a divorce would suffice in that case.  However, there is the suggestion that he has life insurance money pending on her death – a suggestion which he has refused to comment on.  Moreover Terri’s parents suspect he was to blame for his wife’s condition and see that as the reason he has requested her body be cremated.  His claim is that Terri […]
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Terri Schiavo Moved Back to Hospice; Legal Guardian to be Appointed

CLEARWATER, October 23, 2003 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Terri Schiavo was moved back to the Woodside hospice after her feeding tube was reinserted at Morton Plant Hospital Wednesday.  The court has also agreed to appoint a guardian at litem for Terri, but the guardian would only oversee legal matters, with decisions as to Terri’s care still to be made by her estranged husband Michael Schiavo, who is seeking her death.  Since Michael is regarded as the surrogate for Terri, Florida law prohibits hospital officials from communicating Terri’s condition or whereabouts to her parents.  As such, her parents were distraught for some time […]
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Most Canadians Want Alternatives to Embryo Research

OTTAWA, October 23, 2003 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A Leger poll of 1500 Canadians shows that 70% favour ethical alternatives to embryonic stem cell research. These results contradict a recent Pollara poll suggesting 57% public support for such research.  The poll, commissioned by LifeCanada/vieCanada, the national educational pro-life group, asked respondents if they thought it was acceptable to use human embryos for stem cell research or if they thought it would be preferable to use other sources of stem cells which do not involve loss of life or harm.  Bill C-13, the Assisted Human Reproduction Act currently before Parliament, would allow researchers […]
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President Bush Applauds Passage of Partial Birth Abortion Ban – Looks Forward to Signing

WASHINGTON, October 22, 2003 (LifeSiteNews.com) – In a statement yesterday, President George W. Bush said “I applaud the Senate for joining the House in passing the ban on partial-birth abortion.”  He promised to sign the legislation and also said he saw it as a step in building the culture of life.  “This is very important legislation that will end an abhorrent practice and continue to build a culture of life in America,” he said.  “I look forward to signing it into law.”  See the statement from the White House website:  https://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2003/10/20031021-16.html
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