It seems another college coach is using their post to spread their religion: Natalia Mendieta is suing the university, former coach LaKisya Killingsworth and former athletic director Candy Young in U.S. District Court, alleging they violated the First Amendment by requiring religious activities at a publicly funded university. … David Finger, an attorney representing Mendieta, [Read More…]
Former student athlete sues Delaware State University because coach made church attendance mandatory.
High-ranking clergy in the Catholic Church have apparently performed an exorcism on all of Mexico in the wake of legalized same-sex marriage. Breitbart says: In an extraordinary act of spiritual warfare, several bishops and exorcist priests have performed what is being called a “Magno Exorcismo” (great exorcism) of the entire country of Mexico following a [Read More…]
Catholic Channel at Patheos: Pope is infallible when speaking ex cathedra…but not on global warming!
The Catholic Channel at Patheos is a real hoot. It’s a stew of your general super conservative talking points which means, to most of them, the consensus of climate scientists isn’t scientific. However, tomorrow Pope PR is going to release a new encyclical which will label global warming a crisis and urge us to respond [Read More…]
Joe Jervis reports on Ronnie Floyd, president of the Southern Baptist Convention, speaking in Columbus, OH saying something about how brave they are for being the majority trying to shit on people they don’t like: “While some evangelicals may be bowing down to the deception of the inclusiveness of same-sex marriage, we will not bow [Read More…]
Texas town’s mayor can’t see how “Jesus welcomes you to Hawkins” sign violates separation of church and state.
The city of Hawkins, Texas (of course it’s Texas) has put up a sign that might, just might violate the separation of church and state: The debate over a sign on city property that says “Jesus Welcomes You to Hawkins” packed a city council meeting on Monday night. The sign, located on U.S. Highway 80 [Read More…]
Pope PR is back at it. This last Sunday he told a crowd of 25,000 people a thing or two about how kids need heterosexual parents: “They’re not scared of the differences!” the pope said. “What great richness this diversity is, a diversity which becomes complementary, but also reciprocal. It binds them, one to the [Read More…]
Catholic researchers try to fudge the numbers, but studies show half of Catholic teens leave the fold.
The numbers just keep getting worse. Some Catholic researchers have tried to say the problem of teens leaving Catholicism as they get into their twenties isn’t so much of a problem by running studies that completely ignore ex-Catholics. When an honest look is taken at the number of young Catholics vs. the number of defections…well, [Read More…]
A pair of Pennsylvania parents have been arrested for neglecting their child to death in the name of the lord: This week Pennsylvania prosecutors filed charges against Ebed and Christine Delozier, whose 18-month-old daughter Hope died in March, after the couple failed to take the sick baby to a doctor. According to WNEP, the little [Read More…]
FOX News pundit says polygamy and child marriage will be allowed if SCOTUS doesn’t rule based on the bible.
Cal Thomas at Fox news wonders how we could stop polygamy or child marriage if the SCOTUS rules based on the Constitution rather than on his personal religious scriptures: Fox News contributor Cal Thomas argued over the weekend that polygamy and “adult-child marriage” could become legal in the United States unless the Supreme Court bases [Read More…]
BREAKING: Michigan governor signs law allowing adoption agencies receiving state money to discriminate.
Gov. Rick Snyder of Michigan has signed a bill into law that would allow adoption agencies with state contracts to decline to give a referral to parents if the agency has a religious objection: Gov. Rick Snyder on Thursday signed a law letting private adoption agencies with state contracts decline to participate in referrals against [Read More…]