Archive for January, 2006

On this day in which we honor Martin Luther King, Jr.–a true civil rights hero–FIC’s prayers are with the Rev. Mark Hansen and all other victims of the self-professed champions of tolerance. From today’s Courant: Hansen and five other Episcopal priests broke with the diocese last year over Smith’s support for the Rev. V. Gene […]

A story in the January issue of the Catholic Transcript provides information for state residents wishing to attend the Marches for Life in Washington, D.C. and Hartford. We invite our members to support these events marking the 33rd anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s tragic decision to legalize the destruction of unborn human life: In […]

And here’s the kicker: it’s Gov. Rell’s church. An excerpt from Tuesday’s Danbury News-Times: BROOKFIELD – The sign at the front of St. Paul’s Church changed just a little in recent weeks. It used to read St. Paul’s Episcopal, which is the term used in the United States for churches that belong to the worldwide […]

In what may be a first for this blog, I want to call attention to a Susan Campbell column that we liked. In her Jan. 4th piece Campbell aims her trademark scorn at a target that actually deserves it: Just after the wrapping paper hit the floor on Christmas, Kendra Toodle-Register was suffering buyer’s remorse. […]

Despite Gov. Rell raising $800,000 during the first filing period of her campaign for governor, the Courant makes an ominous comparison in today’s article: It falls short, however, of early fundraising displayed in other campaigns, most notably the $1 million that Democratic gubernatorial challenger Barbara B. Kennelly collected in the 3 and a half months […]

Do the state’s establishment lefties–those professional activists who work tirelessly for the right to kill unborn children and destroy the institution of marriage as we have known it–possess a sense of irony? Here is an excerpt from today’s Connecticut Post: HARTFORD – An umbrella group of statewide union members and social activists on Thursday used […]

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