Ontario Gvmt Won’t Say Whether Catholic Schools Can Teach Beliefs on Homosexuality by LifeSiteNews.com By Patrick B. Craine See companion article from yesterday: Ontario Gov’t Initiative Would Force Catholic Schools to Violate Church Teaching TORONTO, Ontario, January 8, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Ontario Ministry of Education has refused to say whether Catholic schools will be permitted to teach Catholic beliefs on homosexuality under their new Equity and Inclusive Education Strategy. The new strategy requires the province’s boards, including the Catholic ones, to recognize special protections for homosexuals. The Vatican, however, has condemned such a recognition, warning that it “can easily […]
Senators Clinton, Obama, say “Homosexuality is Moral” While Brownback Publicly Supports General Pace by LifeSiteNews.com By Gudrun Schultz WASHINGTON, D.C., March 16, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – U.S. Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama entered the media furor yesterday over comments General Peter Pace, Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, made against homosexuality last week, with both issuing statements saying, “I do not think homosexuality is immoral.” Clinton and Obama made the statements after a homosexual activist group attacked “Democratic candidates” for failing to oppose General Pace’s comments that he believes homosexuality to be “immoral.” The general told the Chicago Tribune […]
Note: additional related articles have been added to the bottom of this blog since it was first posted The increasing actions of the Obama administration to obviously purge the military of Christians and Christian influence and principles – traditional to the US military since its beginning – is the most alarming development of this presidency to date. It is certainly about more than facilitating tolerance of other religions. Think about what the US military would be like without its usual backbone of many thousands of trustworthy, patriotic Christian troops of various denominations in all the forces and in all levels […]
In the wake of the ensuing uproar, the Pentagon released another statement today claiming to have made "reasonable accommodations" for religious practice, and drawing a distinction between evangelization and proselytization.
Right now, 25 women are walking from Montreal to Ottawa as a witness to life, to protest abortion, and to raise awareness about the fact that a majority of women who have aborted their children felt coerced into the making that "choice."