Tag Archives: Church in France
WorldCrunch: “It is a real groundswell,” says Christine Pedotti, editor-in-chief at Témoignage chrétien (“Christian Testimony”), the only Catholic (sic) magazine to favor gay marriage. “These young conservative activists obey the Church hierarchy and are addicted to family values and genuflecting. This is the new face of the Church.” Read more here.
Rorate Caeli: Up to this Sunday, the decades-old movement for the imposition of a legal change of the definition of marriage to include unnatural unions of two people of the same sex (not “gender”, sex) seemed so overwhelming as to appear unstoppable. The great majority of people, who are naturally inclined to see these bizarre “unions” as anything but marriages, appeared impotent before the media-driven wave to … More →
“Hardline” Catholics may soon be prosecuted in France — and deported, if new president Francois Hollande and his socialists have their way. The newly established “National Observatory of Secularism” is rather Orwellian in its effort to intimidate, putting “creationists” and “ultra-traditional Catholics” in the same danger category as Moslem jihadists. Reuters: France will deport foreign-born imams and disband radical faith-based groups, including hardline traditionalist Catholics, if a … More →