Karibu Sabbath Light Ministry
Ushirikiano wa Jumapili wa Ulaya unahimiza wafuasi wake wote kuchukua hatua dhidi ya kazi za Jumapili.
2 Machi 2018

“Ushirikiano wa Jumapili wa Ulaya unaamini kuwa kufanya kazi siku za Jumapili huhatarisha afya na usalama wa wafanyakazi pamoja na ushirikiano wa kijamii katika jamii zetu. . . Siku moja tu katika wiki inayolindwa ya kawaida ambayo sio ya kazi huwawezesha wananchi kufurahia kikamilifu katika utamaduni, maisha, kijamii na kidini na inaruhusu upatanisho. Hiyo ndiyo sababu Ushilikiano wa Jumapili wa Ulaya unajiandaa ili kuilinda Jumapili zisifanyike kazi katika siku hiyo.” —(Cesi, 2 March 2018).


Meya wa New Jersey anasema Kulinda Sheria za Bluu za Jumapili “daima itakuwa kipaumbele chake cha kwanza”!
02-15-2018
“Akijibu maoni ya hivi karibuni na mwandishi wa NorthJersey.com Jackie Goldschneider, Meya alisema kuwa kulinda sheria za bluu, ambazo huzuia wachuuzi kununua vitu fulani siku ya Jumapili, ‘imekuwa daima na itaendelea kuwa kipaumbele changu nambari moja. . . Kwa kadri ambavyo mimi ninaendelea kuwa katika ofisi, ulinzi wa kuta za bluu zetu za kupendwa daima zitakuwa kipaumbele nambari moja.” —(Chanzo).


Sunday Law articles in 2017
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*. 01-03-2017
*. 19-04-2017
*. 30-04-2017
*. 13-07-2017
*. 23-8-2017
*. 24-11-2017



Croatia – Catholic Church wants to ban working on Sundays (March 1, 2017)

"The Croatian Bishops’ Conference (HBK) has again launched an initiative to legally forbid working on Sunday. It called on Croatian citizens to support the initiative and contribute to the preservation of Sunday in its historical meaning, as a non-working day which is an opportunity for a family reunion." –Source, also here.

​Israel High Court Rules Tel Aviv stores can open Sabbath (April 2017)

"Israel’s High Court of Justice today ruled that supermarkets, entertainment centers, and pharmacies would be allowed to operate in Tel Aviv on the Sabbath (Friday sunset to Saturday sunset)." –Source.

Chairman of the German Trade Union Confederation Pushing for Sunday Rest (30 April 2017).

"The chairman of the German Trade UnionConfederation (DGB), Reiner Hoffmann, spoke out for Sunday’s rest. The DGB is very close to the churches … Sunday must remain free of work." –Source, also here.

Two years after Pope Francis launched Laudato Si, the Vatican’s plea to ‘save the Earth’, People of all faiths are unified globally to beat climate change (June 13, 2017)
"Two years after the release of Laudato Si-and long after its intense global attention has faded-it’s worth asking: is the uncompromising and unprecedented Catholic teaching document fulfilling Vatican expectations by uniting leaders of all faiths, along with their billions of congregants, to take decisive climate action ‘in care for our common home’? The answer is a qualified ‘yes’." –Source

It is well known that in his climate encyclical, pope Francis linked Sunday rest with ‘caring for the planet’. So the Vatican’s plan to enforce the Sunday law has taken on a very clever tactic.

Catholic Bishops AND TRADE UNIONS pushing for Complete ban on Sunday trading in Poland (August 23, 2017)

"Poland’s leading Catholic bishop has spoken out in favour of an almost complete ban on shops opening on Sunday, amid growing public controversy over the proposal. Free Sundays are what all Catholics, non-Catholics and non-believers need, Archbishop Stanislaw Gadecki told Polish Radio ahead of a meeting of the Bishops Conference on Friday, which is expected to support the ban … The clerics are careful to base their argument on quality of life rather than religious grounds." –Source

Lawmakers in Poland approve a gradual ban on Sunday shopping after push by Catholic Church and Trade Unions (November 24, 2017)

"​Poland’s parliament has approved a bill that will almost completely phase out Sunday trading by 2020. The law – put forward by the ruling Law and Justice party and backed by unions and the Catholic church — will limit Sunday trade to two Sundays a month from March next year, and then one Sunday a month in 2019. From 2020, stores will only be allowed to open only on seven Sundays a year." –Source, also here

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