San Francisco, Oct 5, 2008 / 01:18 am (CNA).- The cultural battle over the identity of the family is taking another turn in California as the Archdiocese of San Francisco’s Catholic Charities plans to cut its relationship with an adoption agency that works to place children with homosexuals.http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/catholicnewsagency/dailynews/~4/411687578
Depending on the outcome of the next election, Catholic Charities may have to repeat Massachusets pull-out. It likely will not end there. A slightly different vein is the institution of mandatory co-ed restrooms in Colorado and currently being pursued in Ohio and Gainesville, FL.
There is One who can stop this nonsense and it will be interesting to see how long He’ll let us, (as a whole), stumble on this destructive course.
brother through Christ, John
Are you sure about that? It sounds like spin to me.
The unisex bathroom charge seems to be an interpretation given by the religious right to a new law.
Opponents of a recently-signed anti-discrimination law say it will make all of Colorado’s bathrooms unisex.
Senate Bill 200, quietly signed by Gov. Bill Ritter (D-Colorado) with little fanfare on Thursday, prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or identity. It protects those who identify themselves as gay, bisexual or transgender from discrimination in areas including housing, business and education.
The law also prohibits discrimination in “public accommodations.” That is where the debate took a turn toward the toilet.
“As of right now, in the state of Colorado, we have gender-neutral bathrooms,” said Gary Schneeberger of Focus on the Family. “That, to us, is a recipe for danger and disaster.”
I am not sure that the claim of mandatory unisex restrooms is correct. Surely we would have heard about it being implemented if it were actually true.
Perhaps someone who lives in Colorado or who has visited in the past couple months can tell us whether only unisex bathrooms are available.