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Global Sunday Laws Agenda


SUNDAY WORSHIP - Twelve Reasons Given

 

But since the first day of the week is almost universally observed by Christians today instead of the seventh day Sabbath of creation which the Creator required that we must remember to keep holy (see Genesis 2:2-3; Exodus 20:8-11), many justify the change from Saturday to Sunday upon Biblical reasons. There are several main reasons urged for the observance of the first day of the week, instead of the Sabbath of the Bible, which we will here examine.  Read More >>

SUNDAY WORSHIP - Twelve Reasons Given

The Work-Free Sunday Movement Getting Organized in Europe

 

A "Work-Free Sunday" and the need of legislation to enforce the concept was the topic of a conference held this week in Brussels, Belgium. Last year the European Parliament rejected such an attempt. This conference comes as a response. It is but the beginning of a more strategic movement to revitalize the discussion for a work-free Sunday. Daniela Weichhold attended the conference and reports that .sz. Andor, the new Commissioner for Employment and Social Affairs, saw the conference as " a new chapter . . .  Read More >>

The Work-Free Sunday Movement Getting Organized in Europe

Pope Wants Sunday as Day of Rest Starting 2011

 

The next World Meeting of Families is not until 2012 in Milan, but Pope Benedict XVI is asking families and parishes to begin preparations a year in advance (2011) availing of Pope John Paul II's apostolic exhortation “Familiaris Consortio”. The German Pontiff made this request in an August 23, 2010 letter to the President of the Pontifical Council for the Family, Cardinal Ennio Antonelli. The Vatican released the letter this week. The theme for the upcoming 7th World Meeting of Families is: "Family: Work and Celebration." The Holy Father's letter reflected on these themes, and the appropriate balance of work and rest.  Read More >>

Pope Wants Sunday as Day of Rest Starting 2011

Inception of European Sunday Alliance in Brussels

 

Brussels/Belgium 20 June 2011/APD - On 20 June 2011 the European Sunday Alliance was formed on the occasion of an expert conference on Sunday Protection at the seat of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) in Brussels. The European Sunday Alliance is a network of existing national Sunday alliances, trade unions, civil society organizations and religious communities which promotes fair and balanced work conditions and the harmony of a balanced lifestyle comprising work, family and free time to strengthen social cohesion.  Read More >>

Inception of European Sunday Alliance in Brussels

Vatican Official says Sundays are for worship and rest

 

Vatican official exhorts Catholics to set aside Sundays for God and rest. Sunday should be a day for worship, rest and time with family and friends, said Monsignor Miquel Delgado Galindo, under secretary for the Pontifical Council for the Laity. “The Church teaches us to set aside this day, the first day of the week on which we remember the resurrection of Jesus Christ, for divine worship and for human rest,” the monsignor recently told EWTN News.  Read More >>

Vatican Official says Sundays are for worship and rest

EU Lenders Demand Saturday Work in Greece

 

The Eurozone is demanding that Greece change its work rules to include a six-day workweek as part of the strong austerity measures required for the next round of financial relief. The requirement means that Greek citizens would have to work on God’s Sabbath day by law to help relieve the economic crisis. Whether concessions for Jews and other Sabbath keepers will be made, which would likely be very unpopular, is unclear.  Read More >>

EU Lenders Demand Saturday Work in Greece

Sunday Alliance Switzerland Joins the European Sunday Alliance

 

The Sunday Alliance Switzerland has joined the European Sunday Alliance (ESA). The Swiss Sunday alliance was formed by a trade union (Unia) on June 13, 2012, which was already a member of the ESA. The Swiss chapter of the ESA is comprised of various entities, including Christian and non-Christian trade unions, Catholic, Protestant, Evangelical and other church groups, as well as . . .   Read More >>

Sunday Alliance Switzerland Joins the European Sunday Alliance