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FRONT PAGE  |  7/18/2019
FRIDAY, MAR 3, 2017  |  9 comments
Glitter Ash project marks the inclusion of LGBT people
Genevieve, like thousands of other Christians nationwide, got her ashes on this Ash Wednesday with a side of sparkles. The Glitter Ash project, created by New York nonprofit Parity, encouraged clergy to mix glitter into the ashes this year, to represent the inclusion of LGBT people in Christian life.

"People are responding with such joy that they can show their faith and show that they are LGBT," said the Rev. Marian Edmonds-Allen, executive director of Parity. "LGBT people are people of faith, too. . . . On the day, Ash Wednesday, when Christians are publicly Christian, we are going to be publicly queer."

They encouraged heterosexual supporters of LGBT inclusion to wear the glitter ashes, too. ...


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Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Thanks Ignominious.
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News Item3/3/17 7:04 PM
Ignominious Emirakan | Coal  Find all comments by Ignominious Emirakan
Christopher000 wrote:
My wife came home with an enormous ash cross on her forehead. As I always do when she's observing one of the religious holidays, I asked her what Lent is...what's Ash Wednesday all about? The answer, as it always is, was met with anger. I ask for a specific reason, and that reason is because she has no idea, whatsoever. Many Roman Catholics live daily life in a manner no different than the lost. Fortunately for them, they can go to confession at any time, and attend Mass as one of their indulgences to shave time off of Purgatory when that time is extended based upon how they live daily life. Convenient. The lie of Purgatory, and the instant washing away of all sins during a confession, along with the observance of religious holidays, and attending Mass religiously, is all the assurance needed, so living as the lost do, as some do, is of no consequence.
Praying for y'all- I like the approach of just asking a question.

"He feedeth on ashes: a deceived heart hath turned him aside, that he cannot deliver his soul, nor say, Is there not a lie in my right hand?"
Is44:20

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News Item3/3/17 11:44 AM
Kev | San Diego  Contact via emailFind all comments by Kev
I have never really known much about "ash Wednesday" so I decided to read the article. It's amazing what the "religious" world is up to
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News Item3/3/17 11:27 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Glitter ashes were not used in any Catholic Church that is for sure.
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News Item3/3/17 9:44 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
The inclusions that have been going on by the so-called church and "Christians" is really something to witness considering God's Word is so crystal clear on the topic, throughout. There will be no acceptable excuses, no, "Hey, I didn't know", and no affirmations that God and His Word evolve with the generations, and at the whim of mere man.
Equally bothersome are these pastors who change their positions in support of son or daughter who came out, and the congregations fall in line with the lies. Everyone is without excuse, having God's Word available to all, but how much more suffering will those who mislead endure for eternity? Yikes.
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News Item3/3/17 7:53 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
My wife came home with an enormous ash cross on her forehead. As I always do when she's observing one of the religious holidays, I asked her what Lent is...what's Ash Wednesday all about? The answer, as it always is, was met with anger. I ask for a specific reason, and that reason is because she has no idea, whatsoever. Many Roman Catholics live daily life in a manner no different than the lost. Fortunately for them, they can go to confession at any time, and attend Mass as one of their indulgences to shave time off of Purgatory when that time is extended based upon how they live daily life. Convenient. The lie of Purgatory, and the instant washing away of all sins during a confession, along with the observance of religious holidays, and attending Mass religiously, is all the assurance needed, so living as the lost do, as some do, is of no consequence.
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News Item3/3/17 4:59 AM
tennessee Wise | california  Find all comments by tennessee Wise
Ash nor lent is in the Bible enough said.
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News Item3/3/17 3:06 AM
Carl in Greensboro | North Carolina  Contact via emailFind all comments by Carl in Greensboro
"LGBT people are people of faith, too. . . ."

Unfortunately their faith is not in God so as to repent so that they can be healed of their delusion. And what significance is Ash Wednesday to God anyways? None whatsoever except another reason to judge an adulterous church.

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News Item3/3/17 12:25 AM
Moses | Los Angeles  Find all comments by Moses
LGBT have received the mark of the Beast
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