To confuse and deceive the children of God

Most Holy Redeemer hosts Equality California

The following comes from a Jan. 6 report from our San Francisco correspondent. The January 1, 2015 issue of the Bay Area Reporter, San Francisco’s newspaper “serving the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender communities since 1971,” carried a full-page advertisement from Equality California announcing a “town hall meeting” to “learn about EQCA’S expanded mission that … [Read more...]

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Planned Parenthood to knock on doors

Will gay technique work for abortion?

  The following comes from a Dec. 23 story on LifeSiteNews. A new study on persuasion shows the lengths the homosexual movement will go to advance its agenda and also how pro-homosexual advocates collaborate with Planned Parenthood to promote abortion. Sending homosexual individuals door-to-door to speak with people in person was highly effective in changing … [Read more...]

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Why not to vote for Brown or Kashkari

A vote for neither will reduce number of signatures needed for initiatives and referendums

The following was sent to Cal Catholic on Nov. 3 by one of our readers. The total number of votes cast for the only two candidates for governor of California, Jerry Brown and Neel Kashkari, allowed on the November 4, 2014 ballot will determine the number of voter signatures required to qualify initiatives, referendums, and recalls until the next gubernatorial election in … [Read more...]

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Sacramento Bee – stalking horse for suicide

“The Catholic Church, has changed, too’

The following comes from an Oct. 26 editorial in the Sacramento Bee. It has been 20 years since Oregon adopted the nation's first "death with dignity" law, allowing physicians to prescribe lethal medication to terminally ill patients. And it has been 17 years since the legal challenges were defeated and the law took effect. That's more than enough time to conclude that … [Read more...]

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Calif. judge Vaughn Walker made a big call

Are the kids really all right?

The following comes from an Oct. 7 story by Michael Cook, editor of Mercator Net. There can be no more contentious issue in sociology than whether same-sex couples do as good a job raising kids as married biological parents. As state after state in the US opens the door to same-sex marriage, judge after judge has affirmed the “no difference” thesis. The kids are OK. … [Read more...]

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The anti-democratic fight for homosexual rights

The following comes from an Apr. 17 posting on Buzzfeed. Few moments in the marriage equality movement have provoked more controversy than the 2009 decision of Chad Griffin to fight California’s Proposition 8 in federal court — and to enlist Ted Olson, a key official of the George W. Bush administration, to do so. Now that the legal bill behind that legal effort has been … [Read more...]

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Gay mafia goes after new Mozilla CEO

UPDATE: Eich resigned yesterday as Mozilla CEO. Read more about the resignation here. The following comes from an Apr. 2 story on the Christian Post. Brendan Eich, the new CEO of Mozilla, which is behind the Firefox web browser, is speaking out amid criticism that he made a donation in 2008 to California's amendment defining marriage as being between one man and one … [Read more...]

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Prop. 8 campaign wants disclosure laws waived

The following comes from an Oct. 12 story on sfgate.com. Supporters of California's 2008 ban on same-sex marriage are back in court arguing for an exemption from the state's campaign disclosure laws because of threats and harassment they said they have received from gay-rights supporters. At a hearing Friday before the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco, … [Read more...]

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Appeal denied

 News release from Alliance Defense Fund  SAN FRANCISCO -- Defenders of marriage in California will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to review a decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit against the state’s marriage amendment. Tuesday, the full 9th Circuit declined to review a 2-1 decision by a three-judge panel that struck down the constitutional amendment, which … [Read more...]

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