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California Court Rules:
Parents Don't Have Right to Homeschool
SAN FRANCISCO, March 11, 2007-- A California appeals court ruled that parents do not have a constitutional right to homeschool their children without teaching credentials. The ruling may affect an estimated 166,000 homeschoolers around the state and put their parents at risk of prosecution.


Human Trafficking Awareness Day -- January 11
Child Sex Trafficking Huge Problem in the U.S.
ARLINGTON, Va., Jan. 8 -- On June 22, 2007, the U.S. Senate passed a resolution making January 11th an annual day of awareness and vigilance for the countless victims of Human Trafficking across the globe. Shared Hope International (SHI), an organization working to eliminate sexual slavery, has conducted assessments in 10 U.S. cities examining the condition of America's trafficked youth.


California Governor Signs SB 777
Anti-Family Viewpoint Discrimination Now Law

CCG press release: California Governor Signs SB 777

SACRAMENTO, Calif., October 13, 2007 -- California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed SB 777 into law late on Friday evening.
"I am honestly shocked that Governor Schwarzenegger signed SB 777, an anti-family viewpoint discrimination bill" said William B. May, Chairman of Catholics for the Common Good. "He vetoed a similar bill last year before the election."


Bishop of Mosul is dead 03/13

Bishop of Mosul kidnapped 02/29

A Final Appeal: Save Christian Iraq
ROME, May 28, 2007 - In Iraq's bloody war, which is being fought primarily by Muslim groups against other Muslims and infidels, the Iraqi Christians are the only ones who are not using weapons or bombs, not even to defend themselves. There aren't any armed Christian militias in Iraq. In fact, they are the most vulnerable and persecuted group. In 2000, they were more than a million and a half, 3 percent of the population. Today it is estimated that fewer than500,000 remain. Sandro Magister reports.




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