Recent Survey Indicates Drop in Support for Homosexual “Marriage”

By Elizabeth O’Brien WASHINGTON, DC, July 3, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A recently released survey by the nonprofit Pew Research Center (PRC) in Washington indicates that American support has decreased for homosexual “marriage”. When conducting the survey, entitled “Generation Gap in Values, Behaviors,” researchers contacted 2,020 people throughout the United States by phone from February 16 through March 14, 2007. They asked people of various racial backgrounds about issues relating to heterosexual marriage, unwed parenting, homosexual “marriage”, homosexual parenting, divorce and cohabitation. A strong majority (65%) defined the main purpose of marriage as “forming a lifetime union between two adults for […]
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Order of Canada Awarded to Gay Pastor Who Attacked Vatican, Performed Illegal Gay “Marriages” under

By John Jalsevac and John-Henry Westen   OTTAWA, Ontario, July 3, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Rev. Brent Hawkes of the Metropolitan Community Church in Toronto, the same man who flouted Canadian law by illegally “marrying” a homosexual couple in 2001, and who subsequently pushed homosexual “marriage” on Canada through the back-door of the judicial system, has now been awarded the highest honor that can be given to a Canadian civilian.   This past Friday, Rev. Brent Hawkes was awarded, along with several dozen others, the high honour of the Order of Canada, given in recognition of “a lifetime of distinguished service […]
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UK Anglican Bishops Declare that Recent Flooding is a Judgment on an Immoral Society

By Elizabeth O’Brien LONDON, England, July 3, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – In the wake of last week’s torrential downpours in England and Wales, a disaster that flooded rivers, cost the lives of at least 4 people, caused 600 injuries and resulted in an estimated £1 billion in damages, Anglican church leaders are declaring that it is a judgment on an immoral world. According to the Telegraph, the flooding damaged approximately 27,000 homes and 5,000 businesses – the worst hit areas being Toll Bar and along the River Don at Bentley in South Yorkshire where hundreds of people were forced to evacuate […]
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