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Offline MH

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Re: Religious rights thread
« Reply #15 on: November 28, 2021, 02:05:26 pm »
1 - imagine all the money churches can now make by hosting gay wedding receptions. 

2 - Places like Trinity Western are literally run by religious groups.  So are some hospitals.  The Catholic hospital in Nova Scotia was told by the courts that they must provide assisted dying.

1. The most significant priest in my upbringing said funeral mass for a friend who died, and had lived with a man his final years.  The priest openly acknowledged their relationship and asked for more love in the world.  I believe change is coming.

2. I get it but it's a lot more problematic to have a religious hospital than elementary school.  I would rather they not have religious hospitals.

Offline Squidward von Squidderson

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Re: Religious rights thread
« Reply #16 on: November 28, 2021, 02:55:08 pm »
1. The most significant priest in my upbringing said funeral mass for a friend who died, and had lived with a man his final years.  The priest openly acknowledged their relationship and asked for more love in the world.  I believe change is coming.

2. I get it but it's a lot more problematic to have a religious hospital than elementary school.  I would rather they not have religious hospitals.

1 - religions are being forced to change through secular humanism. 

2 - as long as religions have schools, they will be forced to teach things like evolution and that people have equality under the law.  And hospitals will be forced to provide services they donít want to. 

The only difference is you donít seem to mind child indoctrination as much as the health stuff.

Offline Nipples Von Graham

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Re: Religious rights thread
« Reply #17 on: November 28, 2021, 04:53:10 pm »
1. The most significant priest in my upbringing said funeral mass for a friend who died, and had lived with a man his final years.  The priest openly acknowledged their relationship and asked for more love in the world.  I believe change is coming.

Amen.
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