The Queen on Peace’s Russian prophecy at Medjugorje in 1981: “Russia will come to glorify God the most; the West will make modern progress but without God and will act like there own creator.”
God, People and Family: Putin and Kirill’s new Russian Constitution
Putin recieves the Russia Government proposals. The three main formulas: faith in God “transmitted by our ancestors”; the Russian people as “constitutive of the state”; marriage as a “union of man and woman”. Ethnic, cultural and religious “Russianness” as a unifying and dominant factor.
Moscow (AsiaNews) – The work of the commissions set up by President Vladimir Putin for corrections to the Russian Constitution ended on March 2, and they handed over their proposals to Putin himself. Some “ideological” changes have been particularly discussed, and the chosen formulations are generating even more heated discussions in the country.
VIDEO: THE GREAT PROPHECY – From Fatima to Medjugorje
The three main formulas to be included in the new fundamental law concern the reference to faith in God “transmitted by our ancestors”, the reference to the Russian people as “constitutive of the state” and marriage as “union of man and woman”. These ideas were proposed by several members of the commissions and inspired by the Orthodox Church, but not all of them endorsed them, starting with the president of the main working group Pavel Krasheninnikov; Putin however accepted them and decided for their inclusion.
Christians See ‘Seismic Implications’ in Supreme Court Ruling on LGBT issues.
WASHINGTON — For conservative Christian groups, Monday’s Supreme Court ruling protecting the rights of gay and transgender workers was not only the latest sign that they are losing the American culture wars over sexuality. It also caused widespread concern that it could affect how they operate their own institutions.
Many faith-based organizations, like schools or nonprofits, do not allow LGBT people to work there, citing religious beliefs that sex should only be between a man and a woman who are married.
“No question it is going to make it harder to defend our religious freedom, as far as an organization being able to hire people of like mind,” said Franklin Graham, who leads Samaritan’s Purse, a large evangelical relief group.
“I find this to be a very sad day,” he said. “I don’t know how this is going to protect us.”