LifeNews reports: — Governor Rick Perry has issued a proclamation designating April as Abortion Recovery Awareness Month and April 18th as Hope for Life Day. “Ending a pregnancy through abortion interrupts the natural birth process and creates significant trauma and … Continue reading
CatholicOnLine reports: NEW YORK, NY (Catholic League) – Yesterday an amendment introduced by Sen. Tom Coburn to protect the conscience of patients and health care providers was defeated by a vote of 56-41. Read more here.
Another judicial fiat, this time from Des Moines, the city of “the monks.” Catholic Culture reports: The supreme court of Iowa, in a unanimous April 3 ruling, has found that the state’s law restricting marriage to male-female couples is unconstitutional, … Continue reading
“Unacceptable,” they say. That word always intrigued me when used by condescending politicians or other flatulent big wigs. It just oozes off their tongues with a certain hissing inflection on the third syllable.
Here’s a clip from his Chicago Tribune article. “Cardinal Francis George recently said this invitation is an embarrassment to Catholics because the president disagrees with church doctrine on abortion and stem-cell research. But I believe Cardinal George’s stand is an … Continue reading
More and more bishops are sending Letters of protest to Father John Jenkins. This latest doesn’t mince words. CNA reports: Oklahoma City, Okla., Apr 2, 2009 / 05:21 pm (CNA).- Archbishop Eusebius J. Beltran of Oklahoma City has sent a … Continue reading
Catholic Culture reports: A special Vatican commission on the Church in China concluded a 3-day meeting on April 1, and released a statement condemning the pressures placed upon faithful Catholics by the Beijing regime. The commission voiced its “profound anguish” … Continue reading
Having long since declared themselves experts in all things hate, the Southern Poverty Law Center has recently updated their “hate map,” and — you may have guessed it — “the nation’s richest civil rights organization” (USA Today) continues to lie … Continue reading
Joseph Sobran, ever the deep thinker, has penetrated into the enervated mind of American public opinion. The issue is President Obama’s Notre Dame speech, but that’s just a jumping-off point for Sobran’s poignant observations. Do yourself a favor and read … Continue reading
In the fourth quarter, with a month and a half till graduation, the Fighting Irish are getting mauled… by a fighting Irishman… Pat Buchanan asks: Is Notre Dame Still Catholic?
“It is a vicious cycle; ignorance breeds poverty and poverty breeds ignorance. There is only one cure for both, and that is to stop breeding these things. Stop bringing to birth children whose inheritance cannot be one of health or … Continue reading
It was impressive to read, in these trying times, how many Protestants and non-Christians are converting. Birmingham, Alabama, of all places, will receive 445 converts. It seems that the South is where most of the converts are coming from. Washington … Continue reading
Prior to the more recent harassments, Bishop Jia had been jailed by the Communists for fifteen years from 1963-1978. Rome (AsiaNews) – Bishop Julius Jia Zhiguo, the underground bishop of Zhengding (Hebei), was arrested yesterday by police and taken away … Continue reading
The Obama administration continues its onslaught against life; and it only gets worse. There is no question that the White House is searching for the the most radical candidates possible, with a majority of them being women, to fill the … Continue reading
African clergy, seminarians, and students, studying in Rome, gathered in St. Peter’s Square during the non-day Sunday Angelus to show their support for the Holy Father and their gratitude for his message to the world in regard to the cultural … Continue reading