Archive for the “Same-sex “marriage”” Category
It started with the Nazis.
Now, it’s Corporate America.
Read this great article on how the gay movement has rolled over our culture: Marriage, marketing, and intimidation.
The Gay Agenda will not survive the light of truth or the open exchange of ideas and debate. That’s why when you hear about censorship, it won’t be difficult to figure out who is behind it and why.
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“We know that in times of momentous change the homosexual phenomenon grew, but in this period it is the first time that the legal problem of assimilating it to marriage has arisen, and this I consider an anti-value and an anthropological regression,” says the Pope. “I say this because it transcends the religious issue, it is anthropological.” “If there is a union of a private nature, there is neither a third party nor is society affected,” he writes. “Now, if the union is given the category of marriage and they are given adoption rights, there could be children affected.” “Every person needs a male father and a female mother that can help them shape their identity,” says Pope Francis. (Source)
I would not agree with the statement that “if the union is a private nature, society is not affected”, as the Pope states. Sin affects society. But he is absolutely right when he says that children do indeed need a mother and a father…because neither mother or father is an arbitrary relationship to a child. It has meaning and it is necessary.
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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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Posted on April 24th, 2014 by Paycheck in Same-sex "marriage"
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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Pardon this interruption of your TruthRevolt experience. Mozilla recently forced its CEO, Brendan Eich, to resign over his personal support for traditional marriage. The firing followed a vicious smear campaign against Eich by dating website OKCupid, in which OKCupid blocked Mozilla users from visiting their website. We would therefore prefer that our users not use Mozilla software to access TruthRevolt, given Mozilla’s crackdown on political and religious positions held by millions of Americans. To sign our petition vowing to uninstall or cease using Mozilla Firefox, Mozilla users can still click here. Going forward we urge you to consider a different web browser for accessing TruthRevolt.org. (Source)
Socon or Bust has decided to block access to its blog for any user who is visiting us using Mozilla’s FireFox. Socon or Bust calls on all Catholic Bloggers and other bloggers of good will who value marriage and freedom of speech to stand against Mozilla and block them.
What You Can Do
It is important that people give Mozilla pushback–and a lot of it–because the less people suffer the consequences of this kind of behavior, the more it will be invited in the future.
You want Christians to experience a new and even worse persecution than what they’re facing now? Do nothing.
You want to fight back? Here’s what you can do . . .
1) Mozilla has a web page where you can leave feedback on its Firefox browser.
THAT WEB PAGE IS HERE.
At the time of this writing, the feedback in the last day has been 93% negative, and many of the comments are withering. You can read them here.
2) You can tell them of your displeasure by social media, including:
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“Mozilla believes both in equality and freedom of speech. Equality is necessary for meaningful speech. And you need free speech to fight for equality,” Mozilla Executive Chairwoman Mitchell Baker wrote. “Figuring out how to stand for both at the same time can be hard.”
The logic of a liberal always astounds me. There is no such thing as free speech for a Gay Stormtrooper. Now, they want to ensure that you are banned from earning a living, should you dare - in the most innocuous way – to oppose what they stand for. They operate on one simple premise. It’s not logic or common sense or nature or based on any philosophy. It’s simply based on instilling FEAR and promoting genuine hatred for those who dare oppose them.
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It’s not easy being a Catholic activist today. When you stand up for what Jesus and the Church teach against our opponents and even against misinformed and confused prominent Catholics (like Michael Coren), you risk being labelled as a “bigot” or a “homophobe” or “angry” or in “darkness”. This occurs even when you take great pains to explain the Catholic position over and over again to attempt to convince your opponents that their objections are totally baseless and without merit. But in the end, it really does not make any difference to them. You can bring up all of the facts you want, it’s simply not going to change their opinion. They will simply label you a bigot in order to “win” an argument, even if that label is completely bogus. Read the rest of this entry »
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Folks, I have just had a Facebook discussion with Michael Coren on his descent into supporting gay civil unions and even worse. He’s a very confused man, and won’t answer some basic questions. He got tired of me insisting that he tell me what his position was on Humanae Vitae and finally “unfriended” me, claiming I was “angry” and in “darkness” (like he has done with virtually all his opponents on this issue).
Please pray for Michael. I think there is more here in his dramatic shift than first meets the eye. These sorts of shifts normally happen because of guilt and love of a personal family member or close friend. Michael deserves our love and prayers for the situation he finds himself in. For these sorts of predicaments, sometimes it’s better just to keep your mouth shut on the issue and pray, thereby not exacerbating a strained relationship but also not giving public scandal and leading others astray.
Here is the Facebook thread in question. Note: I’ve noticed that Michael has started deleting at least one of his responses on the thread. Please be aware of that when you are reading it if something doesn’t quite follow.
I was unable to post my final comment. Here it is here:
Well, Michael, I am sorry for you and how you have digressed and have fallen away from sound doctrine. I hope that is not the case, but that is the impression that you are leaving here. I entered this little chat because I care about you and those who are influenced by you. This is not about you and me. The fact that I will accept correction from the Fathers in the Faith and you will not (because you know that you will indeed be contradicted and corrected if you did) is a witness against you, and I call that as a witness to anyone reading this thread as to the soundness of your Catholic witness. People who disagree with you, including myself, are not necessarily angry and in darkness. I think you have been hanging around with our opponents a bit too long and have adopted their lingo. It’s obviously bewitched you and you have fallen for the victimology that they employ to bully their way into brainwashing the culture and our children into their destructive way of life. Like I said, it is you who have a major problem with what the Faith teaches.
1) You won’t accept correction from your Spiritual Fathers
2) You won’t answer my challenge on Humanae Vitae.
I think that basically settles the point I was trying to make. You are not showing Catholic sensibilities on true, Godly obedience, nor are you willing to broach the subject of opposing contraception while supporting sodomy. If you want to talk about darkness, Michael, you need to open a window yourself and accept EVERYTHING the Church teaches and not just those teachings that stroke your fancy.
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Posted on February 11th, 2014 by Paycheck in Same-sex "marriage"
‘Cause you asked, “How does Gay Marriage Affect Us?”
Option A – State-sponsored families with many parents and no father.
Option B – State-sponsored families with many parents and no mother.
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Posted on January 31st, 2014 by Paycheck in Same-sex "marriage"
Like this is a surprise!
Edit: This story is apparently a fake….but one wonders for just how long.
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Posted on January 14th, 2014 by Paycheck in Same-sex "marriage"
Ask that question to one of the softies in your office. Many might say yes.
Then ask them how that squares with same-sex “marriage”.
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WE must, therefore, awaken the highest concern for attempts to redefine the understanding of marriage and the family, especially by the advocates of a gender ideology and publicized by certain elements of the media. In view of the increasing attacks of this ideology aimed at different areas of family and social life we feel compelled on one side to firmly and unequivocally stand in defense of the Christian family and the fundamental values that it protects and, on the other, to warn against the dangers of promoting a new type of forms family life.
The gender ideology is the result of decades of ideological and cultural transformation, strongly rooted in Marxism and neo-Marxism, promoted through certain elements of the feminist movement, as well as the sexual revolution. Genderism promotes principles completely contrary to reality and the integral understanding of human nature. It claims that sex – biologically understood – does not have a social basis, and that before all else, it is cultural, which a person may individually fashion and define irrespective of biological determinants. According to this ideology, a person may: determine whether one is a man or a woman; may also freely choose their sexual orientation. This voluntary self-determination, which does not have to remain static, is to lead to a society that accepts the right to create new types of family, for example, built on a union of a homosexual character.
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We discussed many aspects… and when I raised the issue that’s worrying me as a bishop [the right for gay couples to adopt] he encouraged me to speak out.”
My hope and prayer is that the Holy Spirit embolden and protect Pope Francis, letting him see who his true friends are and who are wolves in sheeps’ clothing. I am not convinced he can see the difference yet, but I think the time is coming.
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This is great. A biblical scholar takes the liberals to town on homosexuality and gay “marriage”.
If you don’t understand the bible, never use it to try and instruct a real Christian.
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Well, as I have been saying for the past several years now, the Catholic Church is going to be moving into the underground. Does anyone really believe that the Gay storm troopers are going to let faithful Catholic priests and bishops operate in public? This little showdown was won by the Church, but this is just the beginning and the future battles will not be so easily won. Now you know why the homosexualist movement wanted to soften up the cops with their “diversity” and “hate” education symposiums. Because when the Gay Stormtroopers bust down the Church during Holy Mass, the cops won’t do anything about it. Rest of story here.
Get ready, the fun has just begun.
And you can thank those generation of Catholics – bishops, priests, and flock – who refused to preach and follow Humanae Vitae. Their sin is going to cost us everything — at least those of us willing to stay Faithful to Jesus.
All the more reason why we need IgniteTV here in Canada. It’s gonna be a wild ride, folks. Get ready.
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