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Ontario teacher exposes what parents don’t know is happening in Catholic schools

April 3, 2014 World News Comments Off

  by Peter Baklinski Wed Apr 02, 2014 17:41 EST   April 2, 2014 ( – A teacher substituting in numerous Ontario Catholic schools over the last decade says parents have little to no idea about what their children are actually exposed to when they send them packing off to school every day.   “I often see things that aren’t appropriate or even remotely reflective of solid Catholic teachings,” the teacher told LifeSiteNews under condition of anonymity. “There are many situations I come into contact with while supplying in 10 different Catholic schools and some of them are pretty anti-Catholic and discouraging.”   The substitute teacher related a few incidents. One included a grade 10 religion teacher telling students that…Continue Reading

Pro-Abortion Obama Blasts Child Abuse: “Every Child Should Have Every Chance in Life”

April 3, 2014 World News Comments Off

by Steven Ertelt | Washington, DC | | 4/2/14 11:49 AM President Barack Obama apparently failed to note the irony in his proclamation marking an awareness campaign called National Child Abuse Prevention Month. The president, known for pushing and promoting abortion on demand funded with taxpayer dollars, issued a proclamation on Monday. “In the United States of America, every child should have every chance in life, every chance at happiness, and every chance at success,” Obama said in the proclamation. This is the same president who issued a statement in January celebrating Roe v Wade, which has denied any chance at life, happiness or success to more than 56 million unborn children. The decision, handed down on January 22, 1973,…Continue Reading

Catholic Bishops Hold Mass At US-Mexico Border

April 3, 2014 World News Comments Off

Wednesday, 02 Apr 2014 11:31 AM By Courtney Coren A group of Catholic bishops celebrated a bilingual Mass at the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona in remembrance of illegal immigrants who died trying to cross the border and to support immigration reform. The Tuesday Mass, with the border fence as the backdrop, was led by Cardinal Sean O’Malley of Boston, Auxiliary Bishop Eusebio Elizondo of Seattle, Bishop Gerald F. Kicanas of Tuscon, Bishop Mark Seitz of El Paso, Bishop Oscar Cantu of Las Cruces, New Mexico, and others, the Los Angeles Times reported. “We know the border is lined with unmarked graves,” O’Malley said. “They call them illegal aliens. We are here to say they are not forgotten. They are our neighbors. Our…Continue Reading

Nearly 1,000 Attend Charlotte Catholic Meeting On Nun’s Speech

April 3, 2014 World News Comments Off

By Tim Funk Posted: Wednesday, Apr. 02, 2014   Nearly 1,000 parents gathered at Charlotte Catholic High School on Wednesday night to air complaints about a recent speech to students by a nun who made what many considered inflammatory comments about gays and lesbians, divorce and single parenthood. So many parents lined up to speak that the meeting with high school officials, the school’s chaplain and the Diocese of Charlotte’s vicar of education lasted more than an hour longer than scheduled. Though the gathering was closed to the media, texts and tweets from parents in Read more here:  

Obama Gives Rosary Blessed By Pope Francis To Nancy Pelosi

April 3, 2014 World News Comments Off

BY BEN JOHNSON Wed Apr 02, 2014 10:16 ESTTags: Barack Obama, Canon 915, Nancy Pelosi, Pope Francis WASHINGTON, D.C. April 2, 2014 ( – During their first-ever meeting last week, Pope Francis gave President Barack Obama a blessed rosary. Yesterday, Obama gave that rosary to Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi. Pelosi is perhaps the first person ever to receive a papal sacramental and Planned Parenthood’s highest award in one week. Obama gave the prayer beads to the House Minority Leader, an outspoken opponent of the Catholic Church’s teachings on abortion and homosexuality, after they lunched together on Tuesday. “I was happy to receive a rosary blessed by Pope Francis. It means a great deal to me,” Pelosi said. Adam Cassandra, communications manager…Continue Reading

Supreme Court Declines to Hear Catholic Schools’ Health-Law Challenge, For Now

April 1, 2014 World News Comments Off

By Mark Walsh on March 31, 2014 12:49 PM  The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear an early-stage appeal from a group of Roman Catholic schools on whether religiously affiliated non-profit organizations must comply with the so-called contraceptive-coverage mandate of the Affordable Care Act. The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington and several specific Catholic schools in and around the nation’s capital have raised a religious objection to the health-care law’s requirement that health-insurance plans cover certain forms of contraception. While the Affordable Care Act exempts churches from the requirement, other religious organizations, including schools, colleges, and nursing homes, are not exempt. President Barack Obama’s administration has sought to accommodate religious organizations that object to the requirement by having…Continue Reading

Peru March For Life Draws Estimated 250,000

March 30, 2014 World News Comments Off

BY FABIOLA TORRES   Fri Mar 28, 2014 16:41 EST LIMA, Peru, March 28, 2014 ( – “We all have a child within us,” was the slogan for this year’s March for Life in Peru on March 22, which summoned 250,000 people in Lima alone, according to organizers. The turnout more than doubled that from last year and broke the record in Latin-American as the biggest pro-life demonstration ever. With thousands more participating in five cities, including 50,000 in Piura, Peruvians from all over the country got out to the streets to demonstrate their support for the pro-life cause. The mainstream media barely covered the event, however, and some outlets even stated that “hundreds” of people showed up, showing pictures of…Continue Reading

Scholar Recounts Black Catholics’ Rich History

March 30, 2014 World News Comments Off

By Kevin J. Jones    Baltimore, Md., Mar 29, 2014 / 06:03 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Black Catholics across the globe have dedicated their talents and their lives to their faith since earliest days of the Church, a Catholic author and scholar has said. “Black Catholicism is not something new. From the very first century, people of color have been involved in the universal Church,” Dr. Camille Brown, author of the 2008 book “African Saints, African Stories,” told CNA. “They have embraced the Universal Church with courage and with love of the Lord, just like everyone else.” Brown noted that this history dates back to events recorded in the Acts of the Apostles, where Philip the Apostle preached the gospel to…Continue Reading

Homosexuality, divorce and remarriage: Will a Catholic school in North Carolina set the tone for the Church?

March 29, 2014 World News Comments Off

By Dr. Jeff Mirus (bio – articles – send a comment) | March 28, 2014 3:47 PM A continuation of one of the most important Catholic stories of the past decade is unfolding at a Catholic high school in Charlotte, North Carolina. Parents and students at that school are divided in response to a presentation critical of homosexuality at a school assembly. The resolution of this division will send a signal which could substantially affect how local churches respond to similar cases in the immediate future. The issue has all the necessary elements of a blockbuster: The speaker was the well-known theologian Sr. Jane Dominic Laurel, a member of the Nashville Dominicans (Dominican Sisters of St. Cecelia), who are renowned…Continue Reading