Now, PFLAG supports all gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender/gender non-conforming people and their friends, family, spouses, and loved ones.
PFLAG runs support groups for friends/family/allies, lesbian, bisexual and gay people, and transgender people. The Keweenaw Peninsula GLBT Group meets every Thursday evening starting at pm at the Cyberia Café coffee House in Houghton for a social time, this group includes several TG folk.
TAP2 (Transwomen Are People Too), A Community Health Awareness Group (CHAG) - Behavioral Health/Case management Program “Providing Information for a Health-Wise Community”, 1300 W.
Fort Street, Detroit, MI 48226, Phone (313) 963-3434, FAX (313) 963-1832.
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This week: Governor Signs Two Measures Eliminating the Law Enforcement Prostitution Exemption; Unemployment Compensation Bills Continue to Governor's Desk; Legislature Approves Opioid Bills, Sends Package to Governor Snyder; House Widely Supports Medical Marijuana Warning Label for Pregnant and Nursing Mothers; Legislation Protecting Victims of Sexual Assault Passes Senate Committee; During the season of Advent, there are many opportunities to serve those in need, especially the poor. This week: Interfaith Conference Highlights Value of Religious Freedom and Collaborative Efforts; New FOCUS Publication: Promoting a Respect for Life; MCC Testifies Against Allowing Concealed Carry in Gun-Free Zones; House of Representatives Votes to Move Sentencing Bill Forward; Employment Security Package Supported by MCC Passes House Unanimously; MCC Presents on Shared Time in House K–12 Appropriations Subcommittee. Creating a society that recognizes the dignity of every person is a task for all people of faith. This Capuchin friar was known for his humility, compassionate counsel, and dedicated service of those most in need in the Detroit area. Solanus co-founded the city’s Capuchin Soup Kitchen.
Pope Francis posed a challenge for Catholics in his November World Day of the Poor message, urging all not to be satisfied with the state of poverty in their midst. This week: SCOTUS Hears Oral Arguments in Masterpiece Cakeshop Case, USCCB Issues Comments; U. Bishops to Congress: Advance Tax Reform That Meets Key Moral Concerns; Prohibition of Nudity in Adult-Oriented Businesses with Liquor Licenses Continues to Full Senate; Medical Marijuana Warning Label for Pregnant and Nursing Mothers Continues to House; U. House of Representatives Unanimously Approves Increase of Federal FGM Penalties. Public Comment Period on HHS Mandate Exemption Open Until Dec 5; Federal Tax Reform Discussion Continues; USCCB Calls for Changes in Both Proposals; Elimination of Prostitution Exemption for Law Enforcement Close to Governor's Desk; Michigan Senate Unanimously Passes Bill Regarding FGM and Parental Rights; Border District Dual Enrollment Expansion Continues Towards Final Passage; Senate Oversight Committee Approves Unemployment Compensation Reform Package. column for November highlights a few areas of ministry within the Church that reinforce this idea, including assistance for women with unexpected pregnancies, post-abortive counseling, and life-affirming care for the terminally ill. The Catholic Church and Catholics across Michigan live this teaching in a number of ways, including by providing alternatives to abortion for expectant mothers, post-abortive counseling, and compassionate and life-affirming care at the end of one’s life. His beatification ceremony will be held at Ford Field, and he will be only the second American-born male in history to be beatified.
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Reuben Clark Law Society Detroit Chapter sponsored an Interfaith Religious Freedom Conference, to explore the importance of religious freedom and ways to defend this cherished right. This week: Safe Delivery Update Becomes Law; Prohibition on Local Excise Taxes for Food Becomes Law; POST Package Continues Forward to Governor's Desk; Michigan Legislature Continues Discussion and Movement on Opioid Measures; Unemployment Insurance Package Clears House Committee, Continues to Full House. During a beatification ceremony in Detroit on November 18, Michigan’s own Fr.
Most Reverend Allen Vigneron, Archbishop of Detroit, and Elder Von Keetch, General Authority and Executive Director of Public Affairs of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, joined with several scholars of religious freedom in addressing the crowd of over three hundred people at SS. The event included representatives from almost a dozen faiths.