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Cardinal Burke: Catholics must let Christ reign as King in face of ‘apostasy’ within Church

May 19, 2018 World News Comments Off on Cardinal Burke: Catholics must let Christ reign as King in face of ‘apostasy’ within Church

ROME, May 18, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Catholics must consciously place themselves under the “Kingship of Christ” in the face of enemies of the Church today attempting to “infiltrate the life of the Church herself and to corrupt the Bride of Christ by an apostasy from the Apostolic Faith,” Cardinal Raymond Burke indicated at a talk today in Rome. The Cardinal, one of the dubia signers and a foremost defender of orthodoxy within the Church today, told participan

President Trump to cut Planned Parenthood funding

May 18, 2018 World News Comments Off on President Trump to cut Planned Parenthood funding

The Trump administration is announcing its intentions to cut a significant amount of taxpayer funding from Planned Parenthood and other abortion businesses. The proposed regulation will also better protect victims of sexual assault, incest and rape because it will require that any Title X-funded projects document their compliance with state reporting laws when they encounter potential victims. In 1970, Title X was enacted by Congress to to provide fede

Bishop Tobin is right: the Catholic Church must stay true to itself

May 15, 2018 World News Comments Off on Bishop Tobin is right: the Catholic Church must stay true to itself

Bishop Thomas J. Tobin, who is the Bishop of Providence, Rhode Island, in the United States, has tweeted, and it is a mighty tweet, a gem amidst the dross and banality of Twitter. The Bishop has written:

Alfie Evans laid to rest today with no coroner’s investigation, no toxicology report

May 15, 2018 World News Comments Off on Alfie Evans laid to rest today with no coroner’s investigation, no toxicology report

LONDON, May 14, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – The question of what caused the death of UK toddler Alfie Evans may never be known. The UK High Court refused today to order a post-mortem examination of the toddler’s remains at the request of a pro-life advocate. John Allman made an “urgent application” to the UK High Court in Westminster today to prevent the destruction of the late toddler’s remains without a prior post-mortem examination and toxicolog

Google and Facebook Censor Pro-Life Free Speech Ahead of Ireland Vote to Legalize Abortion

May 10, 2018 World News Comments Off on Google and Facebook Censor Pro-Life Free Speech Ahead of Ireland Vote to Legalize Abortion

This has been coming on in Ireland for months, really since the outlines of the wording for the May 25 referendum to gut protections for unborn children were released. Simon Harris, the Minister of Health, and others, committed to overturning the 8th Amendment that guarantees equal rights for unborn children, began to darkly hint that pro-lifers would be saying things that the government doesn’t want said—and that can’t be allowed. So the giants Google and Facebook are falling into line–all, of course, in the name of preventing “outside interference” in the r

Bill Nye the Science Guy Headlines Fundraiser for Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz

May 10, 2018 World News Comments Off on Bill Nye the Science Guy Headlines Fundraiser for Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz

Bill Nye “the Science Guy,” a man who became famous for teaching children about science, has anything but children’s best interests at heart. Nye is an abortion activist who spoke Tuesday at fundraiser for Planned Parenthood in Texas. San Antonio Express-News reports Nye’s talk focused

Pope Francis one week after Alfie Evans’ death: ‘all possible assistance’ must be given to dying

May 10, 2018 World News Comments Off on Pope Francis one week after Alfie Evans’ death: ‘all possible assistance’ must be given to dying

May 8, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Pope Francis spoke out on Sunday in favor of providing complete health care to dying patients, in an apparent reference to the case of Alfie Evans, a child who died in a British public hospital after being removed from a ventilator against his parents’ wishes. Speaking to the public before reciting the Regina Coeli prayer following Sunday Mass, Pope Francis reminded his audience th

Abortionist to be jailed after killing woman in botched late-term abortion

May 6, 2018 World News Comments Off on Abortionist to be jailed after killing woman in botched late-term abortion

QUEENS, New York, May 4, 2018 (Operation Rescue) – In a move that shocked the court, abortionist Robert Rho accepted a previously offered plea bargain and admitted his guilt to Felony Negligent Homicide immediately after the judge announced that the jury had reached a verdict in this three-week trial. Rho will be sentenced and will surrender into custody on July 26, 2018, after which he will serve between 16 months and four years in prison for killing Jaime Lee Morales during a horrifically botched second t

Cardinal Pell, Vatican treasurer, to become most senior member of Catholic church to stand trial on sex charges

May 2, 2018 World News Comments Off on Cardinal Pell, Vatican treasurer, to become most senior member of Catholic church to stand trial on sex charges

Cardinal George Pell, the Vatican’s treasurer, has become the most senior Catholic figure to face sexual assault charges after a court in Melbourne committed him to stand trial on historical offences involving multiple victims. After being asked for a plea, 76-year-old Pell, a trusted aide of Pope Francis, stated firmly and loudly: “No

Michigan Catholic School Revokes ‘Modesty Poncho’ Prom Plan for Female Students

May 2, 2018 World News Comments Off on Michigan Catholic School Revokes ‘Modesty Poncho’ Prom Plan for Female Students

A Catholic high school in Michigan has ended a plan to make female students wear “modesty ponchos” at prom if they are dressed inappropriately. After some parents and students at Divine Child High School in Dearborn, Mich. said the “modesty poncho” plan was body shaming toward girls, the school’s principal said they would not be handed out at the prom. Principal Eric Haley said in a statemen