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Claudette Jollebo

Development Professional/ Consultant

Programs Manager

Free The Children International

March 2009 – December 2011 (2 years 10 months)Narok South

Headed the organizations Health ,Water and Sanitation Departments.Managed School Health programmes and Community health education activities.Also managed the organizations health facility. Provided technical support to the health and medical team, monitored progress of projects and health cases presented at the health facility, developed strategies for integrating community-based health, water and sanitation and nutrition programmes, facilitated health trainings for community health workers, disseminated advocacy and behavior change communication materials to increase knowledge and create awareness on nutrition, water and sanitation, sexual and reproductive health rights and HIV/AIDS transmission and prevention.  Also• Lead implementation of WASH programming in 10 communities and schools in accordance with the SPHERE standards focusing on hygiene and sanitation behaviour change at the individual and community-level to ensure accessibility to clean water.


It’s a good thing that Marc Kielburger says that sexual and reproductive programs are not part of Free The Children’s mandate.

“Please allow us to be clear however, that our staff at the Baraka Health Clinic do not proactively provide contraceptives, as it is not part of our holistic model.” (Source)

It sure is a good thing that we believe him and the OCSB before we believe our own eyes.  It’s not like mountains of direct, contradicting evidence should sway us one little bit.  No siree.  We must insist on assuming the good intentions, even to the point of absurdity.

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Dear Friend in the Faith,

I would love for you to know about a new independent film that I am trying to finish.  It is called The Hidden Rebellion and it showcases the brave defense of religious liberty by the Catholic farmers of Vendee during the French Revolution. Surprisingly, this story means a lot to America now…

The production has been noticed by the National Catholic Register, as you can see here:

The Hidden Rebellion shows incredibly heroic lives, full of sacrifice and forgiveness, as you can see in the trailer.

Powers in education and the media have scrubbed clean the French Revolution because they want to advance the same goal in America. But we are now unraveling a possible genocide perpetrated by this Revolution.

If we succeed in showing on the Big Screen the truth about what happened, I am sure that we will change many, many hearts…

If you feel that the defense of religious liberty is important, and you have an inkling that an attractive docudrama could be a wonderful tool in that defense, I would really appreciate it if you could make a small contribution, and become an associate to this production.

This is a difficult month because I need to pay editors. I left my position as producer at the EWTN television network to produce this show. Without help, the process will stop.

Don’t allow this to happen! – because I think that we hold something very precious here.  Please, help me create a docudrama in honor of all those faithful who died at the hands of the first atheistic state.

With gratitude, this Easter Season,

Daniel Rabourdin

Birmingham, AL

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Now you know why there is so much fury against Christians.  The Devil just can’t take it.  He’s losing his grip.

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Get your kids out. Now.

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Formula of Canonization

The Holy Father:

For the honour of the Blessed Trinity, the exaltation of the Catholic faith and the increase of the Christian life, by the authority of our Lord Jesus Christ, and of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, and our own, after due deliberation and fre- quent prayer for divine assistance, and having sought the counsel of many of our brother Bishops, we declare and define Blessed

John XXIII and John Paul II

be Saints and we enroll them among the Saints, decreeing that they are to be venerated as such by the whole Church.

In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

- Pope Francis

A real, honest to goodness definition.  Maybe this idea catches on in the Church!

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“Yes, Bill, I see it too.  The end of the road for abortion.  Thanks for the ride, but you were no competition in the end.”

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Wow. Just wow.

I don’t think the culture of death quite gets it.

Let’s get it on!

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Looks like Oregon is making the moves against the B.C.’s “Ministry of Health”.  There’s only so far decent government officials want to associate with the new and respectable dead baby flesh peddlers here in Canada.

And then liberals wonder how the Nazis came to power in Germany and incinerated Jews.  Blind as all hell.

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A wonderful article by Mark Steyn, honouring St. John Paul II.

I think tomorrow, and going forward, it’s baaaaaad news for the abortion industry.

To be honest, I think the big time pro-life gains over the past few years has been his doing.  I think it’s gonna be steamroller on steroids action now.

Today at Action Life’s annual Hike for Life, which in the past has seen dwindling numbers, we saw three youth groups in large numbers turn up.

St. John Paul the Great.  Let’s roll!

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The answer is no.  Those anti-Christian bigots at the Law Society of Upper Canada say so.

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As many of you know, Jim Flaherty recently passed away.  By all accounts, he was very much respected as a person and a politician.  From all of the condolences and praises offered about him,  it is pretty clear that he was a pretty remarkable man.  As a Finance Minister, I think he was one of Canada’s best, and Canadians owe him a great deal of thanks for his steady hand in steering us through the financial collapse of 2008.

However, because he was a public official and politician, it behooves us to, while acknowledging his many accomplishments (and they were many, both public and private), consider a few things from a perspective of Faith which, in the end, is really all that matters. Read the rest of this entry »

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So the Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) which regulates lawyers in Ontario has recently declared that if you are a Christian and seek to associate with other Christians and do so in forming a law school, you cannot be admitted to practice law in society.   And why?  What is the reason for such a blatant persecution of people who don’t worship the same-sex god as the liberal elites of the legal establishment?

Jonathan Kay has an interesting article on the subject here.

I also have something to ask the LSUC.  I am sure they are familiar with this argument.  It goes something like this:

How is a Christian’s practice of Godly sex a threat to Gay Canada?  Have we not heard that refrain before?  You know, “How is Gay Sex a threat to you?”  Remember that one?

It appears that the LSUC is just spitting mad that anyone would abstain from sex for any reason.  They see this abstention as some kind of threat to their own promiscuous ways, and they seek to enforce their sexual ideology by ensuring that there is no public association which consensually demurs from the prevailing sexual dogma of our legal high priests.

Tolerance and diversity?  You must be joking.

I’m not sure if totalitarianism has a sexual orientation, but I think we can all see what it is if it indeed has one.

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Most vexing of all is Mozilla’s attempt to present this forced resignation as if it is consistent with an embrace of diversity and openness. Its public statements have been an embarrassment of illogic, as I suspect the authors of those statements well know.  (Source)

Not all liberals, apparently, agree with the Jackboot.

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Story here. Great work by LSN in exposing the rot.

Ya think this story will hearken back to Auschwitz one day?  People are as blind today as they were back then.  God help them when they have to give an account at the Judgement.

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Well, that kind of does it for Jars of Clay as a Christian group.

If Mr. Haseltine is looking for an argument against gay “marriage”, he should meditate on the Group’s first hit song…..”Flood”.

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Check it out.

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…a plenary indulgence [will be] granted under the usual conditions (sacramental confession, Eucharistic communion and prayer for the intentions of Supreme Pontiff) to the faithful who, on the Second Sunday of Easter or Divine Mercy Sunday, in any church or chapel, in a spirit that is completely detached from the affection for a sin, even a venial sin, take part in the prayers and devotions held in honour of Divine Mercy, or who, in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament exposed or reserved in the tabernacle, recite the Our Father and the Creed, adding a devout prayer to the merciful Lord Jesus (e.g. Merciful Jesus, I trust in you!”) —Apostolic Penitentiary Decree, Indulgences attached to devotions in honour of Divine Mercy; Archbishop Luigi De Magistris, Tit. Archbishop of Nova Major Pro-Penitentiary;

Do it.  Wipe the slate clean.  Start again. Don’t wait. Because tomorrow may never come and your eternity is a long time to spend somewhere you really don’t want to be.

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