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Dr. Ligaya Anacta Acosta

Wrong Dr. Ligaya Anacta Acosta?

Regional Director for Asia and Oc...

Phone: (540) ***-****  HQ Phone
Human Life International Inc
4 Family Life Lane
Front Royal , Virginia 22630
United States

Company Description: About HLI: Human Life International: For the Glory of God and defense of Life, Faith and Family. Founded in 1981, HLI is the world's largest international pro-life...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Director of Asia and Oceania
    Lisa Graas
  • Contributor
    LifeSiteNews.com Inc
  • Executive Director
    HLI Asia/Oceania
  • Asia-Oceania Coordinator
    Human Life Alliance
  • Health Minister
    The Philippines
  • Position, Philippine Department of Health
    Philippine Department of Health

Education

  • PhD
199 Total References
Web References
Learn More - The Philippines: Preserving a Culture of Life
www.rhbillnever.com [cached]
Our team captured interviews with Filipino pro-lifers leading the charge against the RH Bill including Archbishop of Cebu Jose Palma, Philippine Congressman Dr. Anthony Golez, HLI Philippines Director Dr. Rene Bullecer and Dr. Ligaya Acosta, a former pro-abortion health minister in the Philippines who is now HLI's Regional Director for Asia and Oceania.
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How Western agencies are using billions to foist their population agenda on Filipinos, by Dr. Ligaya Acosta, HLI's Regional Coordinator for Asia and Oceania & former health minister of the Philippines
Tags: gender rights, homosexuality, LGBT ...
filipinofreethinkers.org [cached]
Tags: gender rights, homosexuality, LGBT Rights, Ligaya Acosta
When Pope John Paul II formally apologized for the persecution of Galileo, it was an apology that took the Catholic Church more than 300 years to make.
If it also needs 300 years for the Catholic Church to apologize for the persecution of LGBT people, then there is no better time for LGBT activists to start working on this but today. And there is a great opportunity today to open minds and provide accurate information to refute the statements of Dr. Ligaya Anacta Acosta, regional director of Human Life International (HLI) Asia and Oceania, that appeared on two different articles.
In the article "Being portrayed as oppressed is best way to public sympathy, homosexual activists told," Acosta asked the following questions:
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Acosta must rethink her conclusions because they are based on a distorted version of reality. Otherwise, it would do her well to actually talk to the gay media personalities she is referring to and ask them what kind of oppression they had to go through (and are still going through) before reaching their current status.
Acosta has also claimed that the "homosexual revolution" is political as it is based on a "Marxist mold. In the article "'Homosexuals are born that way' theory long debunked," the article supports her claim with the following statement:
"Another significant incident in the history of the homosexual agenda was the removal of homosexuality from the list of mental disorders by the American Psychiatric Association (APA), which turned out to be a political move rather than one based on findings of scientists."
Acosta is then quoted as saying:
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Acosta must present compelling scientific evidence to support the inclusion of homosexuality in that list. If she cannot, then it is irrelevant if the move to take homosexuality off the list is political in nature or not.
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If I may make a suggestion, Acosta may want to start with MMK's story of Vice Ganda. He went through hell when he was younger because of his identity as a homosexual.
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dboncan, the HLI group that Acosta works for has already been repeatedly caught lying about its data. Its less a health agency, and more a conservative think tank that pretends to be intellectual.
Dr. Acosta is no different - she subscribes to their rhetoric quite openly, despite the fact that her organization has zero credibility.
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Those are the tactics of a bigot, dboncan - I've seen enough of it to be certain, and to realize that you, much like Ligaya, are ass-pulling your statements.
r. Ligaya Acosta, the ...
www.spiritfm905.com [cached]
r. Ligaya Acosta, the Regional director of the Human Life International (HLI) for Asia and Oceania, opened the Congress, saying: "The said congress will enable the participants to re-discover and value marriage-based natural families and teach children and leaders to value them as well."Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia, head of the Pontifical Council for t...
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Dr. Ligaya Acosta, the Regional director of the Human Life International (HLI) for Asia and Oceania, opened the Congress, saying: "The said congress will enable the participants to re-discover and value marriage-based natural families and teach children and leaders to value them as well."
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Among other speakers were Fr. Shenan Boquet, President of Human Life International (HLI); Dr. Brian Clowes, HLI director of education and research; and Dr. Joseph Meaney, a leading expert on the international pro-life movement; Dr. Ligaya Acosta; Atty.
ASPAC Report | Archdiocese of Goa and Daman
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Dr. Ligaya Acosta, Executive Director, Human Life International Asia, stated that similar programmes have been organized for the past fifteen years, each time in a different country.
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Dr. Ligaya Acosta spoke on "Secular Sex Education: Delusion and Destruction". In her presentation she spoke about the "unholy trinity" which promotes, birth control, sex education and abortion, and which is a threat for our families.
Asia and Oceania - Page 2 of 8 - Human Life International
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Dr. Ligaya Acosta HLI Regional Director of Asia and Oceania. Full bio.
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by Ligaya Acosta, Ph.D.
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Missionary work, though a privilege, can be exhaustive, but time is of the essence as Dr. Ligaya Acosta, HLI Director of Asia and Oceania, attests. Promoting the value and beauty of every human person is imperative in countries gripped by secularism - where little or no protections exist to defend life and where religious freedom is non-existent. Such is the case in Taiwan, where Dr. Acosta arrived on October 13 with HLI President Father J. Shenan Boquet.
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by Ligaya Acosta, Ph.D.
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