The City of Vernon, British Columbia, is defending a pool manager's decision to allow a grown man to change in the presence of teenage girls under the pretense that prohibiting such behavior is a violation of federal law.
'When it comes to the balancing of the parental rights with kids growing into adulthood, I don’t think that there’s anything wrong with parents wanting to protect their child’s innocence as long as possible on issues of sexuality,' Danielle Smith said over the weekend.
One of the main events during the Synod on Synodality occurred outside of its official proceedings: Pope Francis conducted his own synodal gatherings – an ‘uber synod’ – to push his personal agenda, which undermines the Deposit of the Faith. Pope Francis held a personal meeting with Whoopi Goldberg, who praised the Pontiff for his personal support of the LGBT agenda. Pope Francis also took special time to praise the notorious LGBT activist Sister Jeannine Gramick, who was condemned for her actions by the previous two popes. Watch now for further details on the truth about Pope Francis’s latest moves […]
Eric Sammons addresses the contentious issue of ‘Fr. James Martin Leading People to Hell,’ shedding light on the questions surrounding Pope Francis’ pontificate. The close association between Pope Francis and pro-LGBT activist Fr. James Martin raises fresh doubts, amplified by the ongoing Synod on Synodality, leaving faithful Catholics in a state of bewilderment. Join Eric Sammons, Editor-In-Chief of Crisis Magazine, as he offers his insights into these complexities. The implications of Pope Francis’ leadership, the crisis of faith in the Church, and the unfolding Synod on Synodality are set to reverberate throughout the Church for years to come. Watch the […]
The stated goal of the workshop was to 'develop a comprehensive understanding of sexual and gender diverse terminology... understand the distinction between sex assigned at birth/gender identity/gender expression, and discern best practices for supporting queer and trans colleagues and students.'