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Satanic Black Mass Still Scheduled at Public Venue Despite Protest

August 12, 2016 World News Comments Off on Satanic Black Mass Still Scheduled at Public Venue Despite Protest

Amid growing protest Satanists plan to stage a second Black Mass at the public Civic Center Music Hall in Oklahoma City on August 15, 2016. The public sacrilege against God and the Catholic Mass will include the desecration of a statue of the Virgin Mary whose Assumption into Heaven is celebrated that day. Satanist and registered sex offender Adam Daniels announced that he will invoke Satan through a blasphemous Black Mass followed by a bloody ritual called “The Consumption of Mary,” all performed on city property.

Margaret Sanger Award Recipient Nancy Pelosi on Zika: ‘This is About Babies’

August 12, 2016 World News Comments Off on Margaret Sanger Award Recipient Nancy Pelosi on Zika: ‘This is About Babies’
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(CNSNews.com) – At a Capitol Hill press conference on Thursday, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said the Zika virus threat is “all about babies.” “The Zika in the Southern part of our country is in our country, and because it hasn’t hit home in [a Republican’s] district, doesn’t mean that it isn’t hitting home for the American people,” Pelosi said. “You know how I am about babies

Thousands of Colombians join nationwide protest of gender ideology in public schools

August 12, 2016 World News Comments Off on Thousands of Colombians join nationwide protest of gender ideology in public schools

August 11, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – Thousands marched yesterday in protests held throughout Colombia to protest a new initiative of the country’s homosexual Minister of Education to implement homosexualist and transsexualist gender ideology programs in Colombian schools. “No to gender ideology! Mr. President, Ms. Minister, listen to us!” speakers told a crowd of thousands gathered in the city of Bucaramanga. “Long live the rights of children! Long live the family. United, it will never be defeated!” Protesters called for the resignation of Education Minister Gina Parody, who is requiring all the schools of the country, public and private, to revise their student manuals to protect students from “discrimination” over their sexual orientation

98% Of CRS Employee Political Donations Go To Pro-Abortion Candidates

August 9, 2016 World News Comments Off on 98% Of CRS Employee Political Donations Go To Pro-Abortion Candidates

Contributions for political campaigns are recorded and monitored, and made available as public information in order to ensure transparency in the political process.  The information found in these recorded contributions are closely monitored and analyzed by political parties and research organizations in order to look for trends in certain demographic groups.  Oftentimes, when one files a political contribution, the donor provides information on their employer or gives some indication as to what line of work they are in.  And when researchers examine various demographic groups, such as by location, job type, sex, or religion, they tend to find a diversity of contributions and opinions within each. For instance, when conducting a general search on www.opensecrets.org for the search term “Catholic”…Continue Reading

On DePaul Banning Ben Shapiro: Catholic Mission Should Drive Speaker Policy

August 6, 2016 World News Comments Off on On DePaul Banning Ben Shapiro: Catholic Mission Should Drive Speaker Policy

From what I know about Ben Shapiro, he’s not a champion of immorality. So why was he banned from Catholic DePaul University, while other speakers, events and groups that might lead students away from the Catholic faith are welcomed on campus? Shapiro’s advocacy as an author and public speaker isn’t focused on inciting hatred and violence, or promoting positions that conflict with Catholic moral or social teaching. True, his biting critique of America’s zeal for racial diversity in every institution upsets many well-intentioned people who believe that diversity standards are necessary to fight racism. If only people on both sides of the issue could dialogue with respect for each other.

ISIS Rejects Pope’s Interpretation of Their Own Religion

August 2, 2016 World News Comments Off on ISIS Rejects Pope’s Interpretation of Their Own Religion

In a move that should be shocking to precisely no one, the Islamic State has issued a critique of Pope Francis’ recent denial that the violence they perpetrate is justified by the Islamic religion: In the most recent issue of Dabiq, the propaganda magazine of the Islamic State, ISIS criticizes Pope Francis for his naïveté in clinging to the conviction that Muslims want peace and that acts of Islamic terror are economically motivated. “This is a divinely-warranted war between the Muslim nation and

“Love is love!”

August 2, 2016 World News Comments Off on “Love is love!”

Vice President Joe Biden Officiated His First Wedding for Same-Sex Couple Vice President Joe Biden officiated his first wedding ever — and it was for a same sex couple. Biden officiated over the wedding of two longtime White House staffers, Brian Mosteller and Joe Mahshie, at the Naval Observatory on Monday, his office said. Posting a photo of the ceremony on Twitter, Biden wrote, “Proud to marry Brian and Joe at my house. Couldn’t be happier, two longtime White House staffers, two great guys.” Vice President Joe Biden Calls Out Trump’s ‘Malarkey’ and Says He ‘Has No Clue’ VP Joe Biden Doesn’t Close the Door on Running for Office Again His office said the vice president obtained a temporary

Let’s not rush to judge Cardinal Pell, Pope Francis says

August 2, 2016 World News Comments Off on Let’s not rush to judge Cardinal Pell, Pope Francis says

Aboard the papal plane, Jul 31, 2016 / 03:30 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- In response to news that Australian authorities are investigating multiple allegations of child abuse leveled against Cardinal George Pell, Pope Francis cautioned against gossip and making judgements before all the facts are known. “We must wait for justice and not make a first judgement ourselves, a media trial … because this doesn’t help,” Pope Francis said July 31 during his in-flight press conference from Krakow to Rome. “The judgement of gossip and then, one can… We don’t know what

At Baseball Hall of Fame, Mets star thankful for Catholic faith

August 1, 2016 World News Comments Off on At Baseball Hall of Fame, Mets star thankful for Catholic faith

New York City, N.Y., Jul 29, 2016 / 03:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Mike Piazza, the newest inductee of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, has given a shout-out to Pope Benedict XVI and his mother Veronica. “She gave me the gift of my Catholic faith, which has had a profound impact on my career and has given me patience, compassion and hope,” Piazza said in his induction speech Sunday. “Pope Benedict XVI said, ‘One who has hope, lives differently.’ Mom, you raised five boys, and you were always there for me.” Piazza, 47, played catcher for the New York Mets

Pence: Trump and I will send Roe v. Wade “to the ash heap of history”

July 30, 2016 World News Comments Off on Pence: Trump and I will send Roe v. Wade “to the ash heap of history”

Indiana Governor and Republican vice-presidential nominee Mike Pence claimed on Thursday that if he and Donald Trump reach the White House, “We’ll see Roe vs. Wade consigned to the ash heap of history where it belongs.” “I’m pro-life and I don’t apologize for it,” the former Congressman said at a town hall event in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He went on to stress that judicial nominees alone were enough