Sunday, January 10, 2010

Pro-Life groups show light on some Charities.

Tom's Journal.

ALL so-called 'Christian churches' must be monitored and measured to hold true to the pure Gospel of Jesus Christ. The 'signs of the end times' shows that these very things will happen now! Some [probably many] will continue to dismiss the words of 1st and 2nd Peter, and Jesus' words in Mathew 24, and Paul's words to 2nd Timothy, but soon all those workers of mischief will be under intense lights for what they really are, scoffers and rebels.

My good friend, Carolyn, from FL just turned on the 'light' for me today. These coming wars between nations [Israel, Syria and Iran] may have a positive effect on folks who are somewhat fearful of this happening, and who are sitting on the fence wondering if Bible Prophecy is true-- and they may finally accept the Gospel of Jesus Christ and follow the truth! It's so nice to have so many smart friends who have the Holy Spirit to guild them.


Pro-life group scrutinizing Catholic charity
Charlie Butts - OneNewsNow - 1/9/2010 4:15:00 AMBookmark and Share

pregnant woman with child pregnancyAmerican Life League (ALL) is challenging the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) and the Archdiocese of San Francisco.

The League conducted a probe of the charitable Catholic organization and found that it funded close to 50 groups that promote abortion and homosexuality, both of which are antithetical to church teaching. That includes one group that dispenses the "morning-after" pill to teenagers.

Michael Hichborn of ALL says his group then focused on two healthcare programs of the San Francisco Organizing Project. "Both of these programs," he explains, "have written into them full access to abortion including elective abortions, every aspect of birth control that you could possibly want."

Michael <span class=Hichborn (American Life League)" src="" align="left" border="0" height="127" hspace="3" vspace="3" width="75">One of those is the Healthy Kids program. "They are pushing strongly for comprehensive birth control and sex education programs in schools," Hichborn states.

Both tend to result in promiscuity and -- as Hichborn notes -- violate church teachings. He contends the Archdiocese of San Francisco has strongly supported the work of the organization. Hichborn says an explanation is needed.

"Bishop [Roger] Morin, who is the chairman of the CCHD, and Archbishop [George] Niederauer, who is the Archbishop of San Francisco, owe Catholics across the country a very strong and thorough explanation as to why they cleared this group for funding even after a reinvestigation," he says.

According to Hichborn, many Catholics have stopped donating to the organization.

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