Gov’t Minister Says Stay-at-Home Parents Like Those Who Refuse to Bring Children to Doctor or Hospit

By Terry Vanderheyden OTTAWA, November 24, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Canadian Liberal Social Development Minister, Ken Dryden, dismissed a Conservative Party proposal to offer tax cuts to parents who prefer to raise their children at home rather than in his proposed massive, government-funded day care program. Dryden has suggested that parents who keep their very young ones at home are like those who refuse to bring their children to a doctor when they are sick. In Question Period Monday, Dryden claimed that the Conservative party is pitting one style of family life against another when they insist that Canadians parents should […]
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Pro-Life Conference Triumphs Over Adversity – CLC National News Report

Excerpt from the Dec. 2005 Campaign Life Coalition National News A day before the November 17-19 National Pro-life Conference in Montreal was to kick off, it looked like it wasn’t going to happen at all. However, somewhat of a miracle occurred over the next 24 hours that transformed a disaster into a triumph of generosity and determined spirit. Due to the threat of protests by the usual rent-a-mob of pro-abortion, pro-homosexual and feminist militants, the Holy Cross fathers of St. Joseph’s Oratory suddenly and unilaterally cancelled our contract to use their conference facilities. They took this severe action out of […]
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Korean Cloning Scientist “Disgraced”

By Terry Vanderheyden SEOUL, November 24, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) – South Korean embryonic stem-cell scientist and national celebrity Hwang Woo-suk has been publicly “disgraced”– not for killing embryonic children – but for the unethical practice of using donated eggs from his female colleagues. Publicly apologizing for the unethical practice and admitting he lied to cover it up, Hwang announced he is resigning from his public posts including his chairman position at the World Stem Cell Hub, which supplies scientists world-wide with embryonic stem cells. “I am very sorry that I have to tell the public words that are too shameful and […]
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Former Soviet Union Countries Commemorate Fifty Years of Abortion

VILNIUS, Lithuania, November 24, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) – After being the first country to legalize abortion in 1920 under dictator Vladimir Lenin, the former Soviet Union reversed its position in 1936, only to change its position again in 1955. Yesterday, fifty years ago, the government of the former USSR legalized abortion for the whole Soviet Union and occupied countries such as Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The resulting loss of life has been staggering with abortion used as the primary means of ‘birth control’ and in some cases abortions outstripping births. LifeSiteNews.com spoke with Rev. Robertas Skrinskas in Lithuania who noted that […]
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Boston Archbishop will not Attend Catholic Charities Dinner Honouring Pro-Abort Mayor

By Hilary White BOSTON, November 23, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Sean O’Malley, the Catholic Archbishop of Boston, has confirmed that he will not be attending the December 9 fundraising dinner of his diocese’s Catholic Charities because of the anti-Catholic positions of Boston Mayor Thomas Menino who is to be honoured at the event. In a statement dated November 22nd, an announcement from Catholic Charities said, “In light of the mayor’s past statements concerning abortion and same-sex marriage policies, the archbishop regrets that he cannot attend the dinner.” A spokesman for the archdiocese of Boston confirmed the decision and said that an […]
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Dominican Bishop Calls for End to Pornography and Prostitution

By Hilary White ROSEAU, November 23, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Garbriel Malzaire, the Roman Catholic bishop of Roseau, Dominica, has called for a stop to pornography and prostitution saying that the sex trade is challenging the fabric of the Christian and civil society and he urged the government to take stronger action. “Pornography simply means the exhibition of sexual activity in literature, or in live shows intended to stimulate erotic feelings to the onlookers. These things are happening before our very eyes and we are pretending that it does not exist. There are now more houses of prostitution in the country […]
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Merry Christmas is not offensive says Jewish Rabbihttps://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=47559 Christmas Under Fire—and the Return of the Grinchhttps://headlines.agapepress.org/archive/11/afa/222005d.asp Australian pagan parents object that their children being forced to sing Christmas hymns and carols at school   Australiahttps://www.heraldsun.news.com.au/common/story_page/0,5478,17320733%5E2862,00.html Once Upon a Time When America Had Christmashttps://www.humaneventsonline.com/article.php?id=10444 Consumers Flock to Weekend Shopping Boycott Against Anti-Christmas Target Storeshttps://headlines.agapepress.org/archive/11/afa/222005c.asp Nova Soctia tree grower unhappy his large tree given to Boston called a “holiday tree” – says “if you’re gonna do that you might as well put a tree up for Easter.”https://www.cbc.ca/story/canada/national/2005/11/23/holiday-tree051123.html Judith Reisman: E! TV Using ‘Girls Next Door’ to Normalize Porn Industryhttps://headlines.agapepress.org/archive/11/afa/232005f.asp Massachusetts Father’s Fight […]
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Norwegian Government Minister Calls for Homosexual Hate Crimes Legislation

By Terry Vanderheyden OSLO, November 23, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) – After a Salvation Army employee was allegedly fired over homosexuality, in violation of Army Christian moral principles, a Norwegian Cabinet Minister is calling for a change in the law to prevent discrimination against homosexuals. Minister of Children and Family Affairs Karita Bekkemellem commented on the firing: “We need a legal code that can catch problems like this; this has long been my attitude. But of course this matter must be taken up with cabinet colleagues,” as reported by aftenposten English news. Socialist Left Party (SV) member Karin Andersen, also the parliament’s […]
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Bishop Refuses to Answer Questions on Catholic Hospital Award for Abortion Supporter

By Hilary White ST. BONIFACE, November 23, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Catholic St. Boniface General hospital in St. Boniface Manitoba is set to go ahead with plans to grant an award to infamous anti-Catholic abortion promoter Stephen Lewis. The Catholic archbishop of St. Boniface, Emilius Goulet, has refused in a telephone interview to say unequivocally that he will urge the hospital to rescind the award. Yesterday, LifeSiteNews.com received the text of a public statement from the archbishop of St. Boniface, Emilius Goulet, as well as a private letter addressed to Mrs. Maria Slykerman, head of Campaign Life Coalition Manitoba, giving […]
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