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A new effort from the far left in Pennsylvania would reverse the state’s reputation as a bastion of tolerance and civility.
Now, in the face of a legislative stalemate, the Pennsylvania Human Rights Commission is making an end run around the legislature to impose a freedom-robbing policy through a bureaucratic agency that was founded to guard our civil liberties.
The Pennsylvania Human Rights Commission’s website www.phrc.pa.gov, is inviting public comment on the proposed guidance via email to email@example.com through Friday, May 26.
“This change in guidance by the [Pennsylvania Human Rights Commission] effectively means a change in law, a change that would be devastating to personal privacy and religious liberty,” said Randall Wenger, chief counsel of the Independence Law Center.
“That’s why it’s important that lovers of liberty make their voice heard to the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission during their public comment period.”
Lovers of the legitimate, constitutional lawmaking process may wish to chime in as well.
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Source: What’s At Stake in the Left’s Effort to Redefine ‘Sex’ in Pennsylvania Law
California Catholic Daily
Our lineup for today includes:
The complicated relationship between the U.S. and the Holy See: “The Vatican has sources of information that the CIA would kill to get”
Diana Wendel (ABC News)
Teacher at Catholic school for girls accused of molesting student: Teacher at Ramona Convent Secondary School in Alhambra was arrested May 17 after a graphic text message was found on a student’s phone, police said
St. Mary’s Cathedral, interior
Churches worth driving to: St. Mary’s Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Portland
Cardinal Burke urged Catholic faithful this morning to ‘work for the consecration of Russia’ by the Pope and bishops.
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Source: BREAKING: Cardinal Burke calls for Consecration of Russia to Immaculate Heart of Mary | News | Lifesitenews
Mary & Jesus (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
I will praise thee, O Lady, with my whole heart: because by thee I have
experienced the clemency of Jesus Christ.
Hear, O Lady, my words and prayers: and in the sight of angels I will sing
praise to thee.
In whatever day thou shalt invoke me, hear me: and multiply thy power in my
Let all tribes and tongues praise thee: because by thee salvation is
restored to us.
From all trouble save thy servants: and make them live under thy protection
Glory be to the Father, etc.
Benedict XVI writes:
“We should be grateful to Pope Francis for appointing such a spiritual teacher as head of the congregation that is responsible for the celebration of the liturgy in the Church.”
Cardinal Robert Sarah has published his latest bestseller without the preface by Benedict XVI. But now here it is in the German edition, which has just started arriving in bookstores. And it will soon be in the Italian edition that Cantagalli will begin to sell at the end of June. While the French and English editions will publish it in their future reprints.
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Source: Cardinal Sarah Has the Pope On His Side. But His Name Is Benedict – Settimo Cielo – Blog – L’Espresso
Was the press duped?…It is quite possible that Pope Francis was being very shrewd in making fun of the Medjugorje apparitions (Our Lady is not a post office clerk) yet knowing full well that the conclusions found in the Ruini dossier were quite positive towards the apparitions. The Ruini report states that 13 out of 14 Medjugorje experts who were part of the investigation committee voted in favor of Medjugorje being “Supernatural in nature”. Pope Francis knows this very well.
“Now let’s see if Catholic media can set aside their bias against Medjugorje and report
Source: Is Pope Francis in fact secretly the “Protector” of Medjugorje? Did Pope Francis just “Troll” Mainstream Catholic Media with his recent comments about Medjugorje? –
In Internet slang, a troll (/ˈtroʊl/, /ˈtrɒl/) is a person who sows discord on the Internet by starting arguments or upsetting people, by posting inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community (such as a newsgroup, forum, chat room, or blog) with the intent of provoking readers into an emotional …
Famous sites such as Castello di Blera near Rome are up for grabs.
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The Italian government is giving away hundreds of historic buildings, including monasteries, castles, farmhouses and inns for free in an effort to boost overseas visitors and attract investment.
The properties are all in remote locations and include the stunning 13th-century Castello di Montefiore in the Marche regio, Castello di Blera in Lazio and a former school in Puglia.
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Source: Dream of owning a monastery? It’s up for grabs – and it’s free | Christian News on Christian Today