Friday, July 19, 2013

Report: CRS gave $2.7 million to pro-abortion group and other news

From the “I wonder why we are losing department” come this report from LifeSiteNews:

Catholic Relief Services is in the midst of distributing a projected $2.789 million grant to one of the leading voices in the international abortion movement.”  Follow this link to read Patrick Craine’s full story: U.S. Bishops’ relief agency caught giving $2.7 million to top abortion-marketing firm.
Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee vetoed a bill that would allow the state to produce license plates with the message “Choose Life.” The funds would have gone to support the efforts of crisis pregnancy centers. Chafee vetoed the bill because “[i]t is my belief that state participation in the transmission of funds to this organization would violate the separation of church and state

In Massachusetts a bill to ban therapists from offering sexual conversion therapy for minors struggling with unwanted same-sex attraction is moving forward with the support of the state's LGBT lobby. California Governor Jerry Brown has signed a similar ban, and lawmakers in New Jersey have considered barring doctors from providing the practice, as well. Brad Dacus from the Pacific Justice Institute has been on our program discussing the California law.

1 comment:

  1. This is a great concern, How could our Bishops err in this way. What does Bishp Pates Say?

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