Ethics: June 2004 Archives

God swiftly answered the prayer for vengeance on Paul Johnson's murderers. Thanks be to God. May he have mercy on the three dead terrorists' souls. Let their examples stay the hands of other evil men, and move them to repentance.

Corporate America comes out

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It's "Citigroup Pride Month," a celebration of homosexuality at the Manhattan headquarters of one of the worlds biggest corporations!

In celebration of Pride Month, the GCIB and Smith Barney Office of Global Diversity invites you to attend its special panel discussion "Being Out in the Workplace: The Impact on Relationships with Colleagues and Customers." The panel will feature several gay, lesbian and straight Citigroup professionals who, over the course of the luncheon, will share their experiences about being "out" at work. Among other things, the panelists will also share their views on the issues facing LGBT employees today.
"Diversity," defined as the acceptance of the gay agenda, is apparently mandatory at Citigroup. I wonder if any of the panelists are orthodox Christians or Orthodox Jews.

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On life and living in communion with the Catholic Church.

Richard Chonak

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