2015: The “Protecting Sunday” Tactic


Declaration Signed in Poland by Catholics, Orthodox and Evangelicals to Protect Sunday (January 2015)

From the article:

“A significant part of this year’s Week of Prayer for Christian Unity Churches was a joint appeal for respect for Sunday. Signed up to the present in Poland Churches of all traditions: Orthodox, Evangelical and Catholic. Church leaders remind workers and employers that the free Sunday is essential to deepen their faith, family life and human health. Authorities representing the right to call so its protection, noting that forcing believers to work on Sunday violates the right to freedom of religion.”


EU Catholic Bishops meet with EU Commission President and Vice-President to Discuss ‘Work Programme’ (March 2015)

From the article:

“During their Spring Plenary Assembly from 18 to 20 March 2015 in Brussels, the bishops of COMECE had the opportunity to meet with the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, and his First Vice-President, Frans Timmermans, and to discuss the work programme of the Commission for the coming years … this meeting between EU Catholic Bishops and President Juncker and Vice-President Timmermans was a clear signal of a strong interest of the EU Commission to pursue the dialogue with Churches … the Bishops also met with two high level civil servants of the Commission.”


Anchor Sunday as the Weekly day of rest Common in the European Union (March 2015)



US Senator asks for a Bill to Mandate SUNDAY Church Attendance! (March 2015)

It wasn’t so long ago that saying such a thing would be almost unthinkable.

Has everyone forgotten that people were persecuted and killed because they wouldn’t comply with the “state” religion of the day, during the “Dark Ages”….Catholicism. 

Liberty of conscience WAS (past-tense) considered ultimate freedom to choose or not choose, as you were inclined to do in the U.S.

 Did she apologize? Nope.

Is is just me or did she seem to be “testing the waters”?

Nostalgia, but No Apologies: Senator Explains Church Law Comment

From the article:

Sen. Sylvia Allen, R-Snowflake, on Wednesday explained – but would not apologize – for a comment made Tuesday during a committee hearing saying Arizona should pass a law that people should have to go to church.


From Wikipedia:

Sylvia Allen Controversy

Allen was fined in 2004 for violation of Arizona’s Clean Elections law.

During her tenure as a county supervisor, Allen attempted to interfere with an internal investigation into the conduct of her son-in-law, a detention officer, with female inmates in the Navajo County jail, where he worked. K.C. Clark, the Navajo County Sheriff, threatened to arrest her if she continued to interfere. In March 2015, Allen filed a senate bill that would provide detention officers, like her son-in-law, with greater protections from disciplinary investigations.


Chile Enacts Law to Guarantee Workers Sundays Off Trade



Protest March Organized by Business and Trade Unions on the Streets of Athens, against Sunday trade (April 2015)


Lord’s Day Alliance USA says: Sunday is a ‘MARK’ of Christian Unity (April 2015)

 As in “Mark of the Beast”?


Catholic Bishops in Uraguay push for ‘Workers Rights’ …. meaning Sunday Rest! (April 2015)



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Posted May 31, 2015 by Sue Says in category Sunday Law Legislation

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