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Protest by Catholics as Tim Kaine in Violation of "Obstinately Persevering in Manifest Grave Sin"

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On Tuesday, Sept 27 from noon to 1:30 a good size group of Richmond Diocese Catholics gathered at the Diocese offices on Parham Rd to petition Bishop DeLorenzo to follow Canon Law 915 in regards to Virginia Senator and candidate for vice president Tim Kaine.

When people started to arrive a Henrico police officer informed everyone they were not allowed to park in the Diocese lot. The officer monitored the group the whole time. A package containing a letter and petition addressed to Bishop DeLorenzo was not accepted by Diocese staff, who also rejected the TV 29 reporter.

News reports below detail Kaine’s grave sin and violation of Canon 915 and photos of the protest follow. SEE VIDEO from Channel 29

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Sexual Immorality is Immoral, Regardless of What Mankind Says

Greene Hollowell 2012 150A

Letter to the Editor:

In the Supreme Court brief against the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) it stated that Gay men and Lesbians were portrayed as Mentally Unstable, Sexually Promiscuous and Morally Deficient.

If you viewed a Gay Pride parade you would have to agree about the participants being mentally unstable.

If you were knowledgeable about public solicitation and glory holes there would be no disagreement about them being sexually promiscuous.

If you ever viewed the videos on the San Francisco bath houses you would have no questions concerning being morally deficient. (The bath houses were eventually closed down as a public danger and nuisance.)

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The Press Ignores Catholics and Protest Outside Kaine's Church

KAINE CHURCH PROTEST FRONT STEPS

Press releases were sent to approximately 40 news media, such as the Richmond Times Dispatch and television stations but only 2 showed up and none from Richmond: Washington Post and TV 29 of Charlottesville! (thanks for coming!).  Richmond reporters are avoiding Tim Kaine's dark side including his violation and disobedience to the core beliefs of the Catholic church. Will Richmond reporters not cover Kaine's dark side?  Kaine's church is located at 2712 2ND Avenue, Richmond, VA.  and the Richmond Times Dispatch is at 300 E. Franklin, less than 3 miles away.

 

The release sent yesterday and photos from today's protest are added below:

Fellow Richmond Diocese Catholics call out Tim Kaine at St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Church

Frances Bouton

August 27, 2016

A group of faithful Richmond Diocese Catholics will be protesting on the sidewalk in front of Tim Kaine’s church, St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Church in Highland Park, tomorrow after the 9:00 am Sunday Mass.  Starting at 9:30 am the faithful will be gathering to protest Tim Kaine’s claim that he is a Catholic in good standing.  He is not!

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Stirring the Church for Another Great Awakening

Dean Welty with Don Blake and Dean Nelson

 Don Blake and Dean Nelson (VA Christian Alliance)

Appreciated:  Great Awakenings Past

Is it time for another Great Awakening in America?  For example, the First Great Awakening stirred Americans to throw off the tyranny of Great Britain in the mid-1700’s. 

It was spearheaded by evangelists like George Whitefield and by a Black-Robed Regiment of pastors like John Peter Gabriel Muhlenberg in Woodstock who, on January 21, 1776, preached from Ecclesiastes 3 -- and then led 300 of his friends and neighbors into the War for Independence.

The Second Great Awakening in the 1800’s was also led by pastors like Charles Finney who stirred the people to throw off the shackles of slavery.  Like the first, it too was a battle for freedom.

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The Prophet Daniel – Man of Character

Rob FranzenRob Franzen
VCA Board Member
One of the flaws in the past few generations within the church is that there has been great emphasis on gifts and charisma. Our gifts, talents, and charisma, void of a strong solid foundation, has resulted in many great Christian leaders falling and bringing much hurt and shame.   I understand and fully agree that we, the church, need to demonstrate the power of God to our generation (I Cor. 2:4). This requires that we submit our God given gifts and talents to be used for His glory and Honor. But we need to ask ourselves, “why then do we not see more of His miracle working power in our churches and why have there been so many people of God who have fallen victim to various sins?”

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