Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Canadian Human Rights Commission Butts In On Internal Church Affairs

From Lifesite News we read that the Ontario Human Rights Commission plans to hear a complaint brought by an openly gay man because Bishop Nicola De Angelis will not allow him to act as altar server.  He is suing not only the bishop but also 12 of his fellow parishioners who complained about the scandal he was posing on the altar.  I urge you to read this in its entirety.

Please consider that affairs and conditions in Canada often predict future conditions in the United States.  In this case, we have a clear-cut case of the totalitarian government (yes, I'll use that term) of Canada interfering in matters clearly outside its purview.  In effect, by even taking on this case, the "Human" Rights Commission is daring to judge the doctrines and morals of the Church and to dictate them.  What's next?  Will these Stalin-wannabees try to tell the bishop whom to ordain to the priesthood?

My Canadian friends and readers!  Stand up and make your voices heard - while you still can!

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