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All posts from June 2018


URGENT ATTENTION: MAJOR EXPANSION
OF CALIFORNIA HEALTH FRAMEWORK

 
CALIFORNIA RIGHT TO LIFE COMMITTEE
2977 Ygnacio Valley Rd 243, Walnut Creek, Ca  94598
callifeadvocates@gmail.com
(925) 899-3064
www.callifeadvocates.org/blog

 

URGENT ATTENTION: MAJOR EXPANSION OF CALIFORNIA HEALTH FRAMEWORK
PLANNED FOR 2019
CURRENTLY OPEN FOR PUBLIC COMMENT UNTIL JUNE 29. 2018.

Camille Giglio

Sacramento, Ca. 6/14/18., Your involvement  is urgently requested in opposing and stopping the intended expansion of the 2016 HEALTH EDUCATION FRAMEWORK. Citizens have until June 29, 2018, to submit comments to the Instructional Quality Commission  - IQC - branch of the CDE.

This framework, though developed around health issues closely resembles what parents would be teaching and role modeling to their children on a daily basis regarding nutrition, personal hygiene, inter-family communication, maturation, the entire social emotional and intellectual development, otherwise known as The Whole Child Concept.

Education Professionals and community activist groups have taken everyday issues of life and health and through legislation have transformed them into intellectual property required to be taught in classrooms to young students based on claims of Scientific accuracy, without parental permission being required.

Oh, yes, the educators say that parents have access to all this through partnerships with the schools, but it really just means that the parents become partners with the schools allowing the former teachers to become child development professionals assuming the role of in-lieu parents.

The Health Framework is required to be taught to every student from Transitional Kindergarten (age 4) to 12th grade.

One very controversial segment of this Framework required for grades 7 to 12 includes The California Healthy Youth Act.  Prior to 2016 it was known as the Sexual Health and HIV instruction. This segment of the Framework , aggressively lobbied for by Planned Parenthood and associates, has come under scrutiny and criticism from parents due to its heavy focus on neutralizing resistance to the LGBTQ community lifestyle and gender change advocacy.

A public comment period directed to the state dept of
Education’s Instructional Quality Commission remains open until June 29. 2018
. Please link to the Invitation to Submit Public Comment on the Draft 2019 Health Education Framework.

See also: https://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/he/cf/ 2019 Revision of the Health Education Framework.

This open comment period has not been reported to the public, only to certain education circles. The CDE appears very reluctant to provide the public with information

In 2015, through AB 329, the Comprehensive sexual health Instructions, was amended and the title and purpose was changed to the Healthy Youth Act.  This means healthy as the state defines health.

It is not too dramatic to state that educators foresee the role of the teacher/instructor in the classroom  as the new model for the parental role in the rearing of children. That which parents convey to their children throughout their young lives as the experiences of consequences of their actions, will, henceforth be taught as classroom courses or sets of instructions based on so-called scientific findings.
 

Further reading:  (especially read the link to the IQC website which sets out the entire Framework.

For further information please call Camille Giglio, 925-899-3064, or email: callifeadvocates@gmail.com

IRELAND: A CHRONOLOGY OF DE-CHRISTIANIZATION

With sorrow, the Catholic Action League of Massachusetts now publishes an expanded and updated version of this document, which we first issued on May 28, 2015, following the referendum in the Republic of Ireland which deformed the definition of civil marriage in that unhappy country.

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Ireland’s rejection of Divine and Natural Law, and historic civil and criminal law, respecting the sanctity and dignity of innocent human life in the womb, was the culmination in a series of incremental betrayals, over a period of forty-six years, which secularized the Irish State and Irish society. A chronology of these events is presented below:

  • 1972—Irish voters approve, by a referendum margin of 84%, a constitutional amendment repealing Article 44 of the Irish Constitution, which recognized “the Holy, Catholic, Apostolic, and Roman Church as the guardian of the Faith professed by the great majority of citizens.”
     
  • 1973—The Irish Supreme Court declares a right to marital privacy which includes contraceptive use, but declines to overturn laws prohibiting the sale of contraceptives.
     
  • 1979—The Health (Family Planning) Act becomes law, allowing pharmacists to dispense contraceptives to those holding a prescription from a doctor.
     
  • 1985—The Health (Family Planning) Amendment Act becomes law, allowing the over-the-counter sale of condoms and spermicides to anyone over the age of eighteen.
     
  • 1987—Ireland’s first openly homosexual public official, David Norris, is elected to the Senate. A pedophilia defender and anti-Catholic bigot, Norris would call Pope Saint John Paul II an "instrument of evil" and Pope Benedict XVI "a Nazi." His 2011 presidential campaign would implode after it was revealed that he sought clemency for a convicted homosexual child rapist who had been his partner in sodomy.
     
  • 1988—In Norris v. Ireland, the European Court of Human Rights rules that Irish law prohibiting sodomy violates Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
     
  • 1989—The Prohibition of Incitement to Hatred Act becomes law, which outlaws so-called hate speech directed against so-called sexual orientation.
     
  • 1992—The Health (Family Planning) Amendment Act becomes law, allowing the unrestricted sale of contraceptives to anyone over the age of seventeen.
     
  • 1992—In Attorney-General v. X, the Irish Supreme Court declares a right to abortion arising from a threat to the life of the mother, including suicidal ideation.
     
  • 1992—Voters in Ireland reject, by a referendum margin of 65%, a proposed amendment to the Irish Constitution which would overturn the X ruling.
     
  • 1992—The Thirteenth Amendment to the Irish Constitution is passed, by a referendum margin of 62%, establishing a ‘right to travel’ outside the country, for the purpose of procuring an abortion. Between 6,000 and 8,000 Irish women go to England each year to kill their unborn children.
     
  • 1992—The Fourteenth Amendment to the Irish Constitution is passed, by a referendum margin of 59%, establishing a right to obtain information about abortion.
     
  • 1993—The Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Act becomes law, decriminalizing sodomy in Ireland.
     
  • 1995—The Fifteenth Amendment to the Irish Constitution repealed, by a referendum margin of 50.2%, the constitutional prohibition against divorce, and allowed the civil dissolution of marriage.
     
  • 1998—The Employment Equality Act becomes law, prohibiting discrimination in employment based upon so-called sexual orientation.
     
  • 2000—The Equal Status Act becomes law, prohibiting discrimination in public accommodations based upon so-called sexual orientation.
  • 2003—The European Convention on Human Rights Act becomes law, by which Ireland accepts the radically anti-Christian legal code of the European Union.
     
  • 2007—In Foy v. Ireland, the Irish High Court rules that Irish law contravenes Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights, by refusing to recognize as a woman a man who underwent so-called sex re-assignment surgery.
     
  • 2010—The Civil Partnership and Certain Rights and Obligations of Cohabitants Act becomes law, without a recorded roll call, establishing civil unions for same sex couples.
     
  • 2011—The Republic of Ireland closes its Embassy to the Holy See. Diplomatic relations with the Vatican are maintained through the Irish Embassy to the Italian Republic and the Apostolic Nunciature in Ireland.
     
  • 2011—The first openly homosexual TD’s (members of parliament)—Jerry Buttimer, John Lyons and Dominic Hannigan—are elected to the Dail.
     
  • 2013—The Protection of Life During Pregnancy Act becomes law, legalizing abortion in cases of suicidal ideation by the mother.
     
  • 2015 —The Children and Family Relationships Act becomes law, allowing homosexual partners to adopt children.
     
  • 2015 —The Thirty-Fourth Amendment to the Irish Constitution is passed, by a referendum margin of 62%, allowing two persons to contract marriage “without distinction as to their sex.”
     
  • 2015—The first openly homosexual cabinet minister, Leo Varadkar, the son of an Indian immigrant, becomes Minister of Health.
     
  • 2015—The Gender Recognition Act becomes law, allowing individuals to define their own gender.
     
  • 2015—The Employment Equality Amendment Act becomes law, which extends anti-discrimination law pertaining to homosexuals and the so-called transgendered to Catholic schools and hospitals, and other religious institutions.
     
  • 2016—American born Katherine A. Zappone becomes Ireland’s first openly lesbian cabinet minister, when she is appointed Minister for Children and Youth. Zappone is civilly "married" to Ann Gilligan, a former Catholic nun with whom she became romantically involved while both were studying at Jesuit administered Boston College.
     
  • 2017—Leo Varadkar becomes Ireland’s first homosexual prime minister.
     
  • 2017—The United Nations recommends that Irish schools introduce compulsory sex education which should include “comprehensive sex education for adolescent girls and boys covering responsible sexual behaviors and focused on preventing early pregnancies, and ensure that it is scientifically objective and its delivery by schools is closely monitored and evaluated.”
     
  • 2018—Dail Eireann passes, in its second reading, the Provision of Objective Sex Education Bill, which, if enacted, would force Catholic schools to indoctrinate Catholic children with propaganda affirming abortion, contraception, gender dysphoria and sodomy.
     
  • 2018—The Irish Department of Education orders Catholic schools to change religion classes from an opt-out to an opt-in requirement.
     
  • 2018—The Irish government proposes an Amendment to the Status Act, which would forbid Catholic schools from giving enrollment preference to Catholic students.
     
  • 2018—The Eighth Amendment to the Irish Constitution, which guaranteed the right to life of unborn children, is repealed in a national referendum, by a margin of 66.4%.
     

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Take away God, all respect for civil laws, all regard for even the most necessary institutions disappears; justice is scouted; the very liberty that belongs to the law of nature is trodden underfoot; and men go so far as to destroy the very structure of the family, which is the first and firmest foundation of the social structure.
- St. Pius X, Jucunda Sane, March 12, 1904