Salesian Sisters’ Virtual Summer Camp 2020 for Your Children

Download the poster – just click on it. The Salesian Sisters of St. John Bosco are offering a virtual summer camp to young people throughout the United States and Canada! This online summer camp will be a total of 4 weeks from June 29 – July 24 (although you may choose to attend whichever weeks you would like).     You can register at campauxilium.campbrainregistration.com to have access to Live ZOOM sessions that will include lots of interaction, games, activities and prayer. These zoom sessions will be also be accompanied by a website: www.salesiansisterscamp.org where there will be free video activities to learn things like basic juggling, dancing, and magic tricks. There is a suggested donation of $25 per camper, but we understand that everyone has a different financial reality in these uncertain times. So with that in mind, please choose a rate that works for your family.    We can still find ways to connect, play, and pray! Come join the Salesian Sisters for camp and make new friends! Hope to see you this summer! Share this:Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share...

PARENTS BEWARE!

Planned Parenthood Wants Access to Your Children—Through Their Phones     You’ve probably already heard that Planned Parenthood’s COVID-19 plan has been to ask for donations of masks and gloves, push surgical abortion, and defy state orders to halt nonessential procedures. But what hasn’t gotten as much attention is how Planned Parenthood seized upon the quarantine opportunity to ramp up advertising on “virtual sex education” and “virtual abortion.” “Virtual sex education” to get around parents Several years ago, Planned Parenthood launched an interactive app and a chatbot (called Roo) that can interact with children as young as thirteen about birth control and sex. They also use these online tools to engage children on other issues such as gender and relationship concerns. Parents are asking: should a bot really be the one talking to our kids about these important issues? Roo is introduced as “Roo answers all your awkward questions about sexual health, relationships, growing up, and more. Chatting with Roo is free and private, so go ahead and ask the things you don’t want to ask out loud.” It claims to be the most trusted provider of sex ed. Bustle (a popular young women’s website) claims that Roo is...

NJ State Curriculum – Parents, Be in the Know!

  The Benchmark of Western Civilization Under Attack in NJ Schools Parents often think the LGBTQ curriculum developed by Garden State Equality (GSE) only focuses on sexual preferences, gender expression and gender identity. Unquestionably, it does those very things, but that is not the most dangerous portion of their curriculum. Most students will never struggle with their gender identity or their sexual attractions because of these lessons. However, what most students will question and become critical of is the institutions of the church and the family – the moral foundation of western civilization. According to GSE lesson plans, the long-standing social structures created over many centuries by individuals and like-minded groups, such as natural marriage between a man and a woman, is a problem and these types of social norms must be “dismantled”. That is their language. That is their agenda. To further inform you of the harmful contents within Garden State Equality’s LGBTQ curriculum, we have posted two new videos on our LGBT Curriculum series on YouTube and Facebook. Please LIKE our Facebook page today to stay current on our video series! Video 5: LGBT Curriculum: Social Structures   Video 6: LGBT Curriculum: Collectivism   The Judeo-Christian world view places a strong...

U.S. Bishops’ Pro-Life Chairman Reacts to House Rejection of Born-Alive Abortion Survivor Protection Act

  NEWS RELEASE   TO:   FROM:   DATE:   RE: Diocesan Pro-Life Directors, State Catholic Conference Directors   USCCB Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities   February 28, 2020   U.S. Bishops’ Pro-Life Chairman Reacts to House Rejection of Born-Alive Abortion Survivor Protection Act     WASHINGTON, D.C.—Earlier today, the U.S. House of Representatives failed to advance the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act. A procedural vote to amend another piece of legislation (H.R. 2339, Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act of 2019) to include the Born Alive Abortion Survivors’ Protection Act failed by a vote of 187 to 220. Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann of Kansas City in Kansas, chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) Committee on Pro-Life Activities, issued the following statement in response:   “Just three days ago, the U.S. Senate tragically failed to advance the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act. Today, the U.S. House of Representatives shamefully followed suit. The Born-Alive bill simply and rightly provides additional protections to ensure that newborn babies who survive an abortion attempt are given the same care as any other baby and are not left to die or directly killed. Americans should be outraged that our U.S. Congress cannot pass...

Walking pilgrimage to Colle Don Bosco

By our own correspondent Colle Don Bosco – Chieri – Valdocco (Italy), 2 March 2020 — Some 170-180 years ago, Don Bosco walked with his mother, Mamma Margaret from Becchi to Valdocco (Turin) – some 32-35 kilometers. Yesterday, 8 Salesians from 5 continents followed the same path but in the reverse direction – from Valdocco to Becchi, in 7 hours. As young as 37 years as senior as 62 years, they came from Lesotho, Ivory Coast, Argentina, Korea, Czech Republic, Switzerland, India and PNG – merging as one walking family on the roads Don Bosco traversed, for one day. Although there are many thousands of pilgrims who come to the Basilica of Don Bosco (Becchi-Colle Don Bosco), not many reach the Don Bosco Birthplace on foot. Praying, walking in silence, listening to each other’s sharing – the 8 Salesians spent a not-so-easy but very interesting and meaningful day along Don Bosco’s roads. On one of the rural roads were able to read, in one small chapel: Dear Don Bosco, who have been walking on these roads, protect us on our life journey! Leaving Valdocco at 6 a.m. walking through the hills up to Chieri (half-way) and reaching the Becchi –...

GARDEN STATE EQUALITY & NJ STATE CURRICULA

Do You Know What Is in The NJ LGBTQ Curriculum? The New Jersey LGBTQ curriculum is an unfunded mandate with the requirement schools implement it by September 2020. Because of the rapidly approaching September deadline, schools might be pressured to adopt and use the free curriculum that has been developed by the powerful LGBTQ political lobbying group in our state – Garden State Equality. The material and lessons they have created disregard accuracy and fact-based science to indoctrinate our children with radical left-wing activism. We’ve uncovered some of the objectionable classroom content Garden State Equality has placed in their curriculum which could be in our schools in a few short months. The age-inappropriate and radical curriculum lessons include examples like: 5th grade – Focuses on transgenderism, gender identity and expression, and transgender inclusive pronouns. 6th through 8th grade – Focuses on same sex relationships, encourage students to develop a toolkit to confront and dismantle “patriarchy”, “hyper masculinity”, “homophobia” and other immoral social structures for which the curriculum blames the traditional family and church. 9th grade – Focuses on deconstructing the masculine and feminine word structure in Romance languages such as Spanish. Directs students to develop phrases to replace using words that express...
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