Religious Freedom

Labor and the Family

CT Mirror is reporting that “The new voice of labor in Connecticut is female and gay.” Lori Pelletier, a lesbian, is expected to be the first new leader of …
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Pope Francis and Connecticut
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Pope Francis and Connecticut

Family Institute of Connecticut is hearing from both concerned friends and gleeful foes over comments by Pope Francis that are being spun in the media as “Pope wants Catholics …
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Trouble for Church of England

Religious freedom threat is real

The Church of England will be between a rock and a hard place if a same-sex couple from Essex follow through with their stated …
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Six Years Later

[Note: It has not been FIC’s practice to re-post all of our email alerts to our members here on the blog. But the one below, from July 1st, has …
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Conference in Plymouth, MA June 20-22

There is still time to register for the Great Awakening IV conference, which is taking place June 20-22 at Memorial Hall in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The title recalls previous “Great …
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Ours Is Not a Bitter Zeal

“You must love Connecticut if you want to win Connecticut. You cannot win without love.”

It is that time of year again.

FIC’s Summer Fundraising Campaign has begun. Those …
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2013: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

In the six years since Peter Wolfgang became president of Family Institute of Connecticut Action, we have suffered only one major legislative defeat: the passage of the 2011 Bathroom …
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St. Joseph’s College Prof Supports Plan B for Young Girls


St. Joseph’s College Betrays Pro-Lifers, Again

The Food and Drug Administration has announced that it will allow the Morning After Pill–the potentially abortifacient Plan B drug–to be sold …
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Sentenced for Death Threats on Peter Wolfgang

Enfield man gets probation for death threats sent to same-sex marriage opponent

By Alex Wood Journal Inquirer | Posted: Tuesday, April 16, 2013 1:36 pm

Calling Daniel Sarno “clearly …
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Assisted Suicide Supporters’ Catholic-Baiting: A Jew Speaks Out

The failure of Massachusetts’ Question 2, which would have legalized assisted suicide in that state, has not dampened the enthusiasm of its advocates.  In a blog post appearing on …
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