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Apple, Google attend China internet conference that promotes control and censorship

December 12, 2017 breaking Comments Off on Apple, Google attend China internet conference that promotes control and censorship

December 11, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – CEOs from Google and Apple participated last week in China’s World Internet Conference, bringing what critics called “credibility” to an annual event used by the country’s Communist government to promote a more controlled and censored internet globally. Apple Inc.’s Tim Cook went as far as praising the Communist country during his keynote speech at the conference, saying that China’s vision of cyberspace as promoted by the conference “is a vision we at Apple share.” “The theme of this conference — developing a digital econo

Pope Francis calls for Lord’s Prayer translation to be changed

December 9, 2017 breaking Comments Off on Pope Francis calls for Lord’s Prayer translation to be changed

Pope Francis has called for the Italian translation of the Lord’s Prayer to be changed as it implies God leads people into temptation. The line, which is traditionally translated into English as “And lead us not into temptation”, was recently changed in French to say “do not let us enter into temptation.” Currently, the Italian translation is

Archbishop: Politicians who say they’re pro-abortion and a good Catholic must be admonished

December 8, 2017 breaking Comments Off on Archbishop: Politicians who say they’re pro-abortion and a good Catholic must be admonished

KANSAS CITY, Kansas, December 7, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – Politicians who “flaunt” being Catholic while asserting that they are also pro-abortion are guilty of “misleading” other Catholics and must be admonished, said U.S. Archbishop Joseph Naumann in a recent interview. Naumann, who was elected last month by his brother bishops over Cardinal Blase Cupich to be the next head of the U.S. bishops’ pro-life efforts, said that openly pro-abortion “Catholic” politicians are “particularly problematic” for the bishops to deal with. “We have an obligation to dialogue wit

Denmark aborted all but 4 babies diagnosed with Down syndrome last year

December 7, 2017 breaking Comments Off on Denmark aborted all but 4 babies diagnosed with Down syndrome last year

December 6, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – A Danish official is using the four children with Down syndrome who weren’t aborted in Denmark last year to argue that his country’s policy is not to kill everyone with an extra chromosome. Ireland may repeal its Eighth amendment, which protects the human right to life. Pro-life activist Liz McDermott pointed out to the committee on the Eighth Amendment in the House of the Oireachtas that Denmark has an extraordinarily high rate of abortions on Down Syndrome babie

Pope Francis urges Trump to respect ‘status quo’ in Jerusalem

December 6, 2017 breaking Comments Off on Pope Francis urges Trump to respect ‘status quo’ in Jerusalem

Pope Francis has stated his “concern” over US president Donald Trump’s expected decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The Pope said he “cannot keep silent” over the “situation that has arisen in recent days”, and called for respect for the “status quo of the city, in accordance with the relevant resolutions of the Un

It Is More and More Apparent The Pope Has answered The Dubia . . . POPE DECLARES TROUBLING INTERPRETATION OF AL ‘AUTHENTIC MAGISTERIUM’

December 2, 2017 breaking Comments Off on It Is More and More Apparent The Pope Has answered The Dubia . . . POPE DECLARES TROUBLING INTERPRETATION OF AL ‘AUTHENTIC MAGISTERIUM’

Church Militant is confirming that Pope Francis has officially approved the interpretation of Amoris Laetitia that opens Holy Communion to the divorced and civilly remarried in some instances, directly contradicting Canon 915 of the Code of Canon Law, arguably making this interpretation binding on the consciences of the faithful. In a Papal Rescript granted on June 5, 2017 ex Audientia Sanctissimi to the Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Parolin, and just now released by the Vatican in the Acta Apostolicae Sedis, the Holy Father has raised to the level of “authentic Magisterium” both the private letter he wrote on September 5, 2016 to Bp. Sergio Alfredo Fenoy, the Delegate of

U.S. Senate passes major tax reform, excludes unborn

December 2, 2017 breaking Comments Off on U.S. Senate passes major tax reform, excludes unborn

WASHINGTON, D.C., December 1, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – For the first time in over thirty years, Congress is on course to pass sweeping tax reform legislation. But in the process they omitted an innovative pro-life measure that would have granted important legal recognition to unborn children. In a late night nailbiter, United States Senate voted 51 to 49 to approve the $1.5 trillion tax relief bill. President Trump tweeted that he hopes to sign the bill by Christmas. “We are one step closer to delivering

Pope at Angelus: We will be judged on love

December 2, 2017 breaking Comments Off on Pope at Angelus: We will be judged on love

(Vatican Radio) In his Angelusaddress on Sunday, Pope Francis reflected on the last judgement, the subject of the day’s Gospel reading. He noted that this is the last Sunday of the liturgical year, the day on which the Church celebrates the Solemnity of Christ the King of the Universe. Christ’s kingship, he said, is one “of guidance and service, but it is also a kingship that at the end of time will be asserted in judgement.” The vision of the second coming of Christ, presented in the Gospel, introduces the final judgment, when all of humanity will appear before Him, and Jesus, exercising His authority, will separate one from another, “as the shepherd separates the sheep from the goats.” Pope Francis recalled the criteria that…Continue Reading

Major Catholic family magazine spotlights pro-LGBT priest in favorable interview

December 1, 2017 breaking Comments Off on Major Catholic family magazine spotlights pro-LGBT priest in favorable interview

CINCINNATI, Ohio, November 30, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – The venerable “family-oriented” St. Anthony Messenger magazine has published a favorable interview with a pro-homosexual celebrity priest who seeks to overturn Catholic doctrine concerning homosexuality. The interview, conducted by editor-in-chief John Feister, focused on Jesuit priest and Vatican advisor Fr. James Martin and his LGBT activism within the Catholic Church. The interview specifically highlights Fr. Martin’s pro-LGBT book Building a Bridge, a book that has bee

Newest Barbie doll promotes LGBT agenda

November 30, 2017 breaking Comments Off on Newest Barbie doll promotes LGBT agenda

November 27, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — The Barbie children’s doll is being used to further LGBT issues. “Proud to wear this “Love Wins” shirt,” states a Barbie-associated Instagram account, along with a photo of two dolls wearing the LGBT-themed t-shirt. The “Love Wins” slogan is associated with support for legalization of gay marriage. An iconic blond Barbie doll representing the @BarbieStyle Instagram account is pictured in the post along with a brunette Asian doll representing fashion blogger Aimee Song.