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[31 Dec 2011 | 3 Comments | ]

From Life Site News
The city of Chicago ordered its police force not to enforce the law against a mob of homosexualist activists who disrupted Mass at the Holy Name Cathedral to protest “anti-gay bigots” who support the Church’s teaching on marriage.

The Gay Liberation Network staged the rally on the eve of Valentine’s Day, shouting and chanting loudly as churchgoers entered to celebrate Sunday Mass. The demonstration’s primary target was Cardinal Francis George of Chicago, who has spoken out in defense of traditional marriage between a man and a woman. Protesters …

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[31 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]

Fascinating story here of everyday, work-a-day pastor.

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[30 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]

Forget what happened in the world of Chicago business over the past 12 months? Here’s a recap.

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[30 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]

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[30 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]

The gay community wasn’t trying to antagonize Catholics when it drew up a plan that would send its floats past the Belmont Avenue church next June. Last year’s Chicago Pride Parade drew more than 700,000 spectators, and organizers and city officials agreed it had outgrown its old route.

 
The change of venue was meant to address safety concerns, including accessibility for emergency vehicles. But the church’s pastor objected, saying parishioners would have a hard time getting to Mass.
They’d also get an eyeful, as anyone who’s attended a pride parade can attest. …

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[30 Dec 2011 | 15 Comments | ]

The year (2011) started on a high note, and apparently, will end on one, too. What happened in the middle was frantic, noisy and bothersome.

A year ago, in late 2010, the bears had seemingly gone to sleep. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) finished 2010 at 11,576, up 15.6% in the final four months of the year. Real GDP grew 3.1% in 2010, its fastest expansion since 2005. The unemployment rate was still high (9.4%), but private sector job growth had been positive for 10 …

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[29 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]

Henninger of WSJ vial Real Politics, a warning to Romney.