PEDOPHILIA ADVOCATE FEATURED IN CATHOLIC CHURCH CONCERT

TORONTO, Nov. 2 (LSN.ca) – LifeSite has learned that an Oct. 27 concert at St. Basil’s Catholic Church in Toronto featured a composition by Gerald Hannon, Canada’s leading advocate of “intergenerational sex,” or pedophilia. The event was the inaugural concert of Kammermusik Toronto, a choir and orchestra under the direction of Keith Muller, who is also the music director of St. Basil’s Church. The programme noted that St. Basil’s, connected to St. Michael’s College at the University of Toronto, is Kammermusik’s home venue. For the rest of this Special Report see:  https://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2000/nov/001102a.html
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US NEWS ROUNDUP

The New York Post reported that the NY state health-insurance plan for the poor will cover the abortion pill RU-486.  https://www.nypost.com/news/14620.htm The National Review reports that the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act of 2000 will not pass Congress before members adjourn this weekend. The House version of the bill, which would have provided federal protection to living, fully born babies who survive abortions, passed last month by a vote of 380 to 15. The Senate killed the bill when Sen. Kent Conrad of North Dakota objected to the unanimous-consent request to pass the bill.  https://www.nationalreview.com/nr_comment/nr_comment102700a.shtml
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CASE FOR ABORTION-BREAST CANCER LINK STRENGTHENED

60 Per Cent Increase Cited LONDON, England, Nov. 1 (LSN.ca) – Recent surges in breast cancer rates among 40-year-old British women are being attributed to abortions performed after the 1967 Abortion Act was passed. Zenit News reported that Patrick Carroll, director of the Pension and Population Research Institute, says in a research paper that there is also likely to be a 60 per cent increase in the disease over the next 20 years for the same reason. “My conclusion is based on the figures for abortion, breast cancer and fertility published by the Office of National Statistics,” says Carroll. “Age […]
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PIONEERS OF ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION ADMIT FAILURE

Success rates no higher than 13 to 17 per cent, says geneticist MILAN, Italy, Nov. 1 (LSN.ca) – There is a growing scientific movement against artificial insemination, says a pioneer in the genetic field. Father Angelo Serra told a pro-life conference in Turin, Italy that the technique fails in as many as 87 per cent of cases and has grave psychological consequences. Zenit News reported that Fr. Serra has been an assistant to Nobel Prize winner Renato Dulbecco, and is professor emeritus of human genetics at the Catholic University of Rome. He said success rates of no higher than 13 […]
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CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER PROMOTES ABORTION AT CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL

Appearance was Arranged to Support Local Liberal Candidate BARRIE, Nov 1 (LSN.ca) – Prime Minister Jean Chretien was appealing to the Catholic vote in Ontario last week as he spoke at a Catholic high school in Barrie. Asked a question on abortion by one student Chretien responded by identifying himself as a “Roman Catholic” and then proceeding to defend a pro-abortion position. Speaking at St. Joseph’s Catholic High School on Oct 30, Chretien said, “For me, I’m a Roman Catholic. Personally, I don’t have to, you know, I’m not at the age anymore to have my wife have abortion, but […]
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