June 21 Gay Pride Parade in the ‘Holy City’ Gets Final Go-Ahead From Jerusalem Police

By John Jalsevac JERUSALEM, June 14, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A spokesman for Israeli police has said the police have decided to allow a proposed gay pride parade to take place in Jerusalem next Thursday, despite massive opposition from residents of the city. “Police had decided to allow a march of homosexuals in the centre of Jerusalem which will finish with a party in a public park,” said spokesman Micky Rosenfeld. Another police spokesman, however, said that it it still possible the police could cancel the event if they deemed it necessary for public safety and security.  Previously authorities had issued […]
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Faithful Christian Anglicans in US May have Alternate Structure by July

By Hilary White LONDON, June 13, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Anglicans who adhere to Christian moral doctrine are being offered an option that may allow them to remain in the Anglican Communion, despite pressure by homosexuals to marginalize them. The UK’s Telegraph reports that a coalition of “conservative” primates, based in Africa, is attempting to create an alternate episcopal structure to give shelter to those in the US church under siege by “progressive” supporters of homosexuality. The Telegraph reports that six Anglican primates are planning the consecration of a prominent American cleric as a bishop in order to create a parallel […]
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Massachusetts Marriage Amendment Faces Critical Vote Tomorrow

By Hilary White BOSTON, June 13, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Massachusetts legislators face a crucial vote tomorrow in efforts to bring forward a state constitutional amendment restoring the definition of natural marriage. In 2003, gay activists succeeded in using a court case to overturn the traditional definition of marriage. Last year, legislators voted narrowly to bring the amendment forward. On the last day of the last legislative session, the vote passed with 61 in favour and 132 against. The measure required only 25 percent, or 50 votes, of the legislature to pass. Tomorrow’s special joint session will be a constitutional convention […]
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Judge Throws out Infanticide Case at Request of Clinton Lawyer Mark Geragos

By Peter J. Smith LOS ANGELES, June 13, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A Los Angeles judge threw out infanticide charges in a case against a USC student who dumped her newborn son into a dumpster a mere 42 second drive away from a “safe-surrender” station that could have saved her son’s life. Holly Ashcraft, a 22-year-old architecture major at the University of Southern California (USC) has stood trial since her arrest in October 2005 after DNA evidence proved the newborn’s body, found by a homeless man sifting through trash behind the 29th Street Café, was her own son. Los Angeles Superior […]
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UK Royal College of Ob/Gyn Forbids Disabled Person to Present Petition on Infanticide

LONDON, England, 13 June, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) London, today refused to let wheelchair-user Alison Davis present a petition on the infanticide of disabled babies. Officials told Ms. Davis, leader of the No Less Human disability rights group, that she could not come in because she would need someone to push her wheelchair, and the RCOG would only let one person into its London headquarters. Alison Davis, who has spina bifida, said: “It would be comical if it weren’t also tragic that the RCOG, which has asked for a debate on the killing […]
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President Bush Addresses Southern Baptist Convention Highlighting Veto of Pro-Abortion Bill

By John-Henry Westen   SAN ANTONIO, June 13, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – U.S. President George W. Bush addressed the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention via satellite this morning telling attendees that he very much appreciated their prayers and strong voice in the public square.  Bush was received warmly and made to wait through several bursts of lengthy applause and standing ovations as he addressed the crowd of 8,500. “Southern Baptists have committed to building a culture of life, and my administration shares that great goal,” said Bush.  “Since taking office I’ve signed the Born Alive Infants Protection Act, and […]
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Church Mounts Offensive After Cleared by Mexican Government of Illegal Participation in Politics

By Peter J. Smith MEXICO CITY, June 13, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Mexican government has exonerated the Catholic Church from accusations of illegal interference in politics for warning Catholic lawmakers for Mexico City that they incur automatic excommunication for supporting the legalization of abortion. The victory has motivated the Church to fight to overturn a current law important to anti-life politicians trying to silence the Church’s influence in Mexico. On June 8, the Ministry of Internal Affairs ruled that Cardinal Norberto Rivera of Mexico City, and his spokesman, Father Hugo Valdemar, had not violated the Religious Associations law and Public […]
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Organization of American States Supports New Homosexual Agenda

By Elizabeth O’Brien PANAMA, June 13, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – At a meeting presided over by Jose Miguel Insulza, the president of the Organization of American States, various representatives from lesbian, gay, bisexual, transvestite, transgender, transsexual and inter-sex (Lgbttti) groups met to discuss and seek recognition of “rights”. As the Catholic News Agency Reports, it was the first time that various activist leaders have voiced specific concerns before the OAS. Marcela Martinez, representative from the Latin American and Caribbean Network of Transsexual People described how transsexuals allegedly suffer violence and discrimination through forced medical treatments and in some cases, assassination. The Catholic […]
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