Monday, January 25, 2016

Anglicans March for Life; Playrooms, Not Dining Rooms...more

Anglicans Celebrate, Protect, and Honor Life
 ...Among the warriors were dozens of Anglican church members led by the Anglicans for Life ministry along with the Archbishop and a number of other bishops of the Anglican Church in North America.

As the electric green posters they carry in The March for Life proclaim, Anglicans celebrate, protect, and honor life. In the past three years, some dozen Anglican bishops and many of their wives have come to Washington, DC to join the tens of thousands of marchers who celebrate life, from conception to natural death, as a gift from God.

This year the bishops arrived early. Along with dozens of clergy and lay people, on Thursday, January 21, they attended “Summit 2016: Mobilizing the Church for Life,” a conference sponsored by Anglicans for Life and the Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic. The summit was hosted by The Falls Church Anglican...

Anglicans Mobilize for Life
For the first time, Anglican Christians have presented a conference timed with the national March for Life aimed at mobilizing U.S. and Canadian churches to address sanctity of life issues.

Warning of a “tsunami” of state legislation and court rulings legalizing physician-assisted suicide “just over the horizon,” conference speakers sought to equip local churches to address problems like abortion or euthanasia in, or coming to, their communities. Unlike the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion nationwide in 1973, the Church is more aware of the perils of euthanasia and is better positioned to push back against laws allowing people to take their own lives, speakers argued.

“People care about abortion, euthanasia, and assisted suicide, but many do not know what to do about them or where to get started,” explained organizers Bishop John Guernsey of the Anglican Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic and Deacon Georgette Forney of Anglicans for Life...

Photo published for Students Stranded After 'March for Life' Hold Mass on Snow Altar
Hundreds of Pro-Life Students Stuck in Massive Blizzard Hold Service at Altar Made of Snow

March For Life 2016: story and photos
Thousands of Americans – including at least one Hollywood superstar and a barefoot monk – braved the cold and snow Friday to join the 2016 March for Life in Washington on the anniversary of the Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion.

Throngs of pro-lifers turned out, despite weather forecasts predicting a blizzard and three feet of snow...

It's Legal To Buy And Sell Children, As Long As They're Small Children created during in vitro fertilization can be disposed of for potential flaws, evaluated for ‘desirable’ characteristics, experimented upon, and bought and sold...

Why Millennial Home Buyers Want Playrooms, Not Dining Rooms   With an unusually honest headline, a finance website indicted modern parenthood. It was unintentional, as truths often are. The story was about millennials buying homes, and how this generation is sacrificing things that once seemed essential for families (large yards) for things they deem more important (indoor playrooms).

“Buyers today—especially millennial buyers—want everyone to have a private space of their own to decompress under one roof, and the bonus room/playroom outweighs a large yard in their buying decision,” a real-estate agent in northern Virginia told writer Amy Hoak of Dow Jones & Co.’s

Why Introverted Teachers Are Burning Out  ...In order to slow the rate of teacher attrition, some people are recommending more induction programs for new teachers. However, this seems to—once again—overlook the needs of introverted teachers. I wouldn’t even classify myself an introvert, and the school where I work is extremely respectful of each teacher’s personal style. But I remember, as a new teacher, the overwhelming number of interactions that were ostensibly designed to help me—support classes, beginning teacher programs, department meetings, union mixers, “Back to School Night,” constant public introductions, and administrative observations. I remember desperately yearning to just quietly study Hamlet and read my new students’ papers...

What the U.S. East Coast's Massive Snow Storm Looks Like-From outer space down to the streets

The UN’s Push for "Same-Sex Marriage"
In direct opposition to international law, both the central UN bureaucracy and individual Member States are aggressively promoting same-sex marriage worldwide...

 'Panic' as Europe Faces Demise Over Migrant Crisis, Top Officials Say  Time is running out to solve Europe’s refugee crisis with the unity of the continent hanging in the balance, top officials at the elite World Economic Forum in Davos said Friday...


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