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donkeyotay Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Mar-09-06 05:17 PM
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8. Dear God, please bring back the separation between church and state
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In welfare and social policy, the Federal Government will play a new role as supporter, enabler, catalyst and collaborator with faith-based and community organizations. The White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives has been established to make Federal programs more friendly to faith-based and community solutions and to make federal funding more accessible.

By Executive Order, effective immediately, each of the following Cabinet agencies will create its own Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives to work in tandem with the White House OFBCI, to make federal grants available to Faith-Based and Community Initiatives nationwide.

Cabinet Centers for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives:
Department of Health and Human Services;
Department of Housing and Urban Development;
Department of Labor;
Department of Justice; and
Department of Education.

http://www.faithbasedcommunityinitiatives.org /

Jim Towey is the director of faith.
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