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But the biased media still won't touch it.
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Video: Attacked by "Tolerance"
On the Catholic college front – despite growing protest – Gonzaga University insists on inviting and honoring the Anglican cleric Desmond Tutu, a vocal pro-abortion, pro-homosexual advocate. Tutu's scandalous appearance is scheduled on May 13.
Gonzaga University Update
Good news: So far TFP Student Action has collected 7,900 petitions, calling on Gonzaga president Dr. Thayne M. McCulloh to rescind Tutu's invitation. On a separate petition, 825 faculty, staff, students, Gonzaga alumni are also urging university administrators to cancel the invitation.
That brings the pro-life petitions to: 8,725.
The bad news:
A leftist group under the misleading name of "Faithful America" claims to have collected over 12,000 petitions in support of the pro-abortion commencement speaker, Desmond Tutu. Their petition states that Tutu is a "powerful voice for peace and justice."
EXCUSE ME. But abortion is the antithesis of REAL peace and justice.
We need to fight back on this one.
Can you help me close the gap and collect 4,000 more petitions? Let's beat the pro-abortion petition and show how true faithful Catholic students, parents and alumni don't want pro-abortion speakers like Tutu disgracing their campuses. 4,000 would bring us to a grand total of 12,725 pro-life petitions.
Consider calling the university too.
Just recently, Mercy College of Ohio disinvited pro-abortion state lawmaker, Bob Hagan. The college withdrew the invitation thanks to Youngstown's Bishop George Murry who spoke out against it.
Thank you, Bishop Murry!
Catholic Anna Maria College in Massachusetts also pulled the plug on a commencement speech by pro-abortion Victoria Kennedy, the widow of the late Sen. Ted Kennedy, after Worcester's Bishop Richard McManus firmly spoke out.
Thank you, Bishop McManus!
And thank you for all your great help.