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Week 23 in Catholic Media, 2014

June 9th, 2014, Promulgated by Diane Harris

A Dozen Headlines not dreamed of even 5-10 years ago,  

which need little explanation; but here are the links … 

All this in less than a week.


Vancouver School Board’s new ‘gender identity’ policy ignores parents: critics

105 Congressmen to Harry Reid: Allow a vote to ban abortion for babies who can feel pain

Christian baker must make ‘wedding’ cakes for gay couples, court rules

Taxpayers to fund sex change operations for seniors through Medicare: Obama administration

Judge orders hospital to reinstate abortionist’s admitting privileges one day after botched abortion

‘We will be whipping the vote:’ Trudeau says he will force Liberal MPs to vote pro-abortion

Lawsuit claims NY school took students to health clinic for birth control without telling parents

Catholic school board votes to back OECTA’s Worldwide Pride March

Parents outraged after teacher hands out sex toys to teens during drama awards ceremony

Quebec legislature votes 94-22 to enshrine euthanasia as ‘medical aid in dying’

Belgian Catholic deacon charged with ten counts of illegal euthanasia

Auckland city council subsidizes event on ‘queer polyamory’ relationships






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4 Responses to “Week 23 in Catholic Media, 2014”

  1. Mary-Kathleen says:

    And what of us reading this on a tablet? There is no cursor.

  2. Diane Harris says:

    Thanks, Mary-Kathleen. A very good point. Anyone without a cursor might be a curser of the colors; thanks for raising our sensitivity to the technology limitations …. and the need to be more aware. I for one will try to curb the urge to play with all those neat little font buttons. 🙂 It won’t be easy. 🙂 🙂

  3. Ron says:

    Font buttons can be fun!;-)

  4. Sid says:

    FYI: Beyond the above-mentioned issue with tablets, the suggestion to make the psycho-colors less offensive by block-selecting the text does not work well in all browsers. I tried in Google Chrome and it does help somewhat. In Internet Explorer, however, the outcome is even worse than the original. Who dreamt that was even possible?

    Are you really stuck using the garish 3-bit RGB color palette for some fundamental reason? Why not just listen to the readers and merely format things more tamely? Workarounds are then not needed and you don’t have to close comments or otherwise prevent discussion. Just a thought…

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