Sunday 24th June 2018

Home » World News » Recent Articles:

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

Archdiocese of Baltimore plans to build first new Catholic school in city in more than 50 years

May 1, 2018 World News Comments Off on Archdiocese of Baltimore plans to build first new Catholic school in city in more than 50 years

After years of shuttering schools amid declining enrollment and budget constraints, the Archdiocese of Baltimore is planning to build its first new Catholic school in the city in more than 50 years. So far, the archdiocese has raised about $13 million of its roughly $18.5 million goal for the creation of the co-ed school, which will serve students from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. The school will be built on the site of the former public Lexington Terrace Elementary School, which was torn down in 1997 as part of a broader neighborhood redevelopment project.

As much as $100,000 taken from collection plate at Holy Name Cathedral, police say

April 27, 2018 World News Comments Off on As much as $100,000 taken from collection plate at Holy Name Cathedral, police say

Chicago police are investigating whether former security guards at Holy Name Cathedral may have played a role in the theft of up to $100,000 from the historic church’s collection plate, according to preliminary information from police sources and the security company. No one is in custody, but multiple suspects have been identified, according to Anthony Guglielmi, a police spokesman.

Catholic priest killed while hearing confessions in Mexico

April 22, 2018 World News Comments Off on Catholic priest killed while hearing confessions in Mexico

April 21 (UPI) — A Roman Catholic priest was killed Friday in the west-central Mexican state of Jalisco, the second priest murdered within one week in the country. Juan Miguel Contreras Garcia, 33, was performing the sacrament of penance when attacked at a parish in Tlajomulco de Zuniga, on the outskirts of Guadalajara, according to a statement from the Mexican Bishops’ Conference.

Pope Francis to new priests: Be like Jesus the Good Shepherd

April 22, 2018 World News Comments Off on Pope Francis to new priests: Be like Jesus the Good Shepherd

Vatican City, Apr 22, 2018 / 05:29 am (CNA/EWTN News).- On Sunday Pope Francis ordained 16 men to the priesthood, reminding them to be like Jesus the Good Shepherd in the way they serve the members of their spiritual flock and minister to those who are lost and searching for God. “Always have before your eyes the example of the Good Shepherd, who did not come to be served, but to serve and to seek and save what was lost,” the pope said in a homily before the ordinatio

20 April 2007 – Msgr. Richard Schuler – RIP

April 20, 2018 World News Comments Off on 20 April 2007 – Msgr. Richard Schuler – RIP

Today is the anniversary of the death of Msgr. Richard Schuler, a well-known Church musician and pastor for many years of the Church of St. Agnes in St. Paul, MN. This was a man who fought the good fight, in hard years, for sacred Church music and excellence in liturgy.  In his 33 years as pastor of St. Agnes, there were some 30 First Masses offe