I just signed this petition via CitizenGo and encourage you to do the same.

Gregory Mertz via email:

We are so loud right now. 215,379 voices standing against the absurd “movement” to turn Queen Elsa of Frozen into a lesbian during the film sequel.

Each signature, on top of another, plus another, equals even more influence.

I wish I could say 215,379 signatures were enough and this was a victory email. But, right now, our petition needs your help or we are going to lose.

We need more signatures for more influence.

I am sure you’ve heard the news. Facebook placed it as the number one trending topic for days: The voice of Queen Elsa, Idina Menzel, favors the idea of giving Elsa a girlfriend in the Frozen sequel.

If you have not done so already, please sign our petition to Disney:

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A little confusing is this double-speak from Fr. Rosica, “Vatican PR Aide,” via The Message:

First, he gets positively brutal with certain Catholics in social media.

“The character assassination on the Internet by those claiming to be Catholic and Christian has turned it into a graveyard of corpses strewn all around,” said Rosica, who assists the Vatican Press Office with English-speaking media, on May 11 as he delivered the keynote address at the Brooklyn Diocese’s observance of World Communications Day.

“Often times the obsessed, scrupulous, self-appointed, nostalgia-hankering virtual guardians of faith or of liturgical practices are very disturbed, broken and angry individuals, who never found a platform or pulpit in real life and so resort to the Internet and become trolling pontiffs and holy executioners!” Rosica said.

Then, he calls for us to use the internet to “bind wounds and reconcile warring parties.”

The Internet, Rosica said, “can be an international weapon of mass destruction, crossing time zones, borders and space.” He also described it as “an immense battleground that needs many field hospitals set up to bind wounds and reconcile warring parties.”


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Very interesting.

Washingon Times:

The director of “The Exorcist” said he was recently invited by the Vatican to witness an alleged case demonic possession. He left a changed man.

William Friedkin, 80, told an audience at the Cannes film festival that he went to Rome to experience an exorcism unfold in person.

“I was invited by the Vatican exorcist to shoot and video an actual exorcism which … few people have ever seen and which nobody has ever photographed,” he said, Agence France-Press reported Thursday.

Mr. Friedkin said he was “astonished” at how many similarities there were to his 1973 film.

“I don’t think I will ever be the same having seen this astonishing thing. I am not talking about some cult — I am talking about an exorcism by the Catholic Church in Rome,” he said, AFP reported.

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