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Episode Info: For episode 259, Sunday, June 9, 2019... Catholic Watch... We take a look at the grounds for appeal Cardinal Pell's lawyers believe will reverse their client's guilty verdict. It is debatable if the court will find the com-Pell-ing. Bishops in California bravely state the "seal of confession" is more important than reporting child molestation that a recent law would require them to do. Hope you like "orange", clergy! A Rhode Island bishop orders Catholics to not support the LGBT community during "Pride month". Accusations of homophobia ensue... Illinois bishop refuses the "sacrament of communion" to the state's Catholic legislators because they enshrined access to abortion services into law. The Regressive Left Files... According to "researchers" and the University of British Columbia, the sport of dodgeball is now to be considered a tool of oppression. And these so-called progressives wonder why we laugh at them. A piece in Vice claims that "conservatives" like Lindsay Shepherd are unable to name a single example of hate speech laws being used to silence speakers inappropriately. Guess they hadn't heard about R. v. Keegstra... In American Theocracy Today.... Colorado ignores Alberta's lead in not banning gay conversion therapy. Good! Conservative party leader Andrew Scheer tests the waters to see if religion in politics has become acceptable to voters, proclaiming "I believe we are all children of God and there is equal and infinite value in all of us." So... We as nonbelievers don't? Quack Tracts.... Jennifer and Jeromie Clark were sentenced this past week after being found guilty for failing to provide the necessaries of life in the death of the their infant son in 2013. Infamous purveyor of woo David Stephan, himself currently being tried for a second time in the death of his young son Ezekiel back in 2012, called the Clark's sentencing "appalling". We take a look at the testimony in the first week of David Stephan's trial, which has been scheduled to run over the next several weeks. ...

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