To be ecumenical is to condone heresy

Lutheran pastor apologizes for praying in Newtown vigil
Lutheran pastor apologizes for praying in Newtown vigil

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News: Not Financing birth control “is the civil rights movement of this decade”

But Laycock’s is a lonely voice among advocates of religious exemptions. More typical is Rick Warren, the evangelical megachurch pastor, who says the battle to preserve religious liberty “in all areas of life” may be “the civil rights movement of this decade.” Warren goes on to say — I am not making this up — that “Hobby Lobby’s courageous stand, in the face of enormous pressure and fines,” is the equivalent of the Birmingham bus boycott.
When I read that kind of rhetoric from our country’s loftier pulpits, I understand why the fastest-growing religious affiliation in America is “none.”

The Conscience of a Corporation

R.O. BLECHMAN
By BILL KELLER
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And the clergy do love the children (Roman Catholic version)

Priest Puts Blame on Some Victims of Sexual Abuse
By SHARON OTTERMAN
Published: August 30, 2012
A prominent Roman Catholic spiritual leader who has spent decades counseling wayward priests for the archdiocese provoked shock and outrage on Thursday as word spread of a recent interview he did with a Catholic newspaper during which he said that “youngsters” were often to blame when priests sexually abused them and that priests should not be jailed for such abuse on their first offense.