Clinton using Kerry to Promote Himself for Top Post at U.N.?

WASHINGTON, October 25, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Former US President Bill Clinton has his heart set on the United Nations top job, according to an insider who tipped off United Press International Wednesday. Based on analysis offered by the same UPI report, Clinton’s hopes depend on support at home—from the U.S. government.  Thus, out of apparent self-interest, Clinton has joined the campaign to help promote Senator John Kerry to the office of US president. With Kerry in the oval office, Clinton’s nomination to Kofi Annan’s position at the end of his term in 2006 would be likely, as international support is […]
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More Details Released in Revenue Canada Threat to Calgary Bishop Henry

CORNWALL, Ontario, October 25, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Calgary Roman Catholic Bishop Fred Henry revealed more information Friday about a conversation he had with the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency. After writing a letter to his diocese in June, rebuking Prime Minister Paul Martin for his bad example as a so-called devout Catholic, the CCRA threatened to have the Church’s charitable status revoked. LifeSiteNews.com first reported on this issue on September 29.  Bishop Henry spoke with the Globe and Mail Friday, while attending the annual meeting of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops in Cornwall. According to the Globe, the CCRA […]
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Anti-Christ Wannabe, Occult ‘Masters’ Endorse John Kerry for President

HOLLYWOOD, October 25, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.com) – John Kerry can now add a New Age Messiah group to his list of endorsing groups that include the racist, anti-people Planned Parenthood, the fraudulent Catholics for a Free Choice and almost all of the liberal U.S. news and entertainment establishments. Benjamin Crème, one of the ‘Esoteric’ (occult) movement’s most renowned speakers has been traveling the globe for nearly 30 years claiming to be the mouthpiece of the “Ascended Masters”.  Crème has attracted attention not only from occult followers but also from wary Christians as he has claimed to foretell the imminent appearance of […]
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Christians Have Right to Apply Religious Principles to Political Involvement Says Sydney Cardinal

SYDNEY, October 25, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.com) – George Cardinal Pell, the outspoken head of the Catholic archdiocese of Sydney, Australia has called for Christians to become fully responsible in public life. In his editorial in Sydney’s Sunday Telegraph, Cardinal Pell responds to accusations of ‘interfering’ in politics often leveled at the Catholic bishops. He says, “Sometimes a bishop has a moral duty to speak.”  Pell writes that Christians have a right to involve themselves in party politics and defend and promote the issues important to them. “Recently, I was interviewed on radio about the role of religion in public life. The […]
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LifeSiteNews.com NewsBytes

Report: Thousands in Florida may be registered to vote elsewhere https://www.newscoast.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20041022/APP/410220547   Possible Bush win has Canadians ‘scared stiff’  https://www.canoe.ca/NewsStand/OttawaSun/News/2004/10/25/683890.html   Attorneys Charge Oregon Officials Conspired Against Traditional Marriage https://headlines.agapepress.org/archive/10/afa/252004a.asp   Canadian Muslims look to spread sharia to the West https://www.westernstandard.ca/website/index.cfm?page=article&article_id=302   New Program Unmasks Truth About Abortion—Also, Conservative Catholics Decry Kerry’s Contradictions https://headlines.agapepress.org/archive/10/afa/252004c.asp   Same-sex couples still ‘husband and wife’ in Nova Scotia https://www.cbc.ca/story/canada/national/2004/10/25/gay_marriage_ns041025.html   Fear itself: Most people can get along just fine without a flu shot https://www.signonsandiego.com/news/health/20041025-1148-flu-realitycheck.html   Promotion of Abortion concealed by Reproductive Health Rights Talk in Council of Europe https://www.zenit.org/english/visualizza.phtml?sid=60882   Murder/Suicide Likely Sparked by […]
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Birth Control Pill Heart Disease “Study” Unreliable

October 25, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Beginning early last week hundreds of news outlets around the world reported that a new study had shown that using oral chemical contraceptives reduced the risk of heart attack. The UK’s Telegraph wrote, “Women who take the Pill are protecting themselves against cancer and heart disease.” The Hindustan Times of India reported,  “new research claims that the tablets, on the contrary, reduce chances of heart attacks.” Health 24.com of South Africa ran the headline, “Pill cuts heart disease risk.”  One BC pharmacist, Christina Alarcon of Canada’s Pharmacists for Life called one manufacturer of the drugs, […]
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Vatican Releases New Social Doctrine Compendium: Abortion a “Horrendous Crime”

ROME, October 25, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace at the Vatican has published the “Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church.” In a press release today, the Catholic teaching that abortion is a “horrendous crime” is again reiterated. The current hot topic of Catholics voting for pro-abortion politicians was left alone and Vatican officials deflected questions about it. Vatican spokesman, Joaquin Navarro-Valls said that individual bishops could comment on campaign issues to, “illuminate the consciences of the faithful with ethical elements so they can make a judgment.” But he declined to comment when asked […]
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U.N. Debate on Human Cloning Ban Delayed Till November 10

UNITED NATIONS, October 25, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The United Nations General Assembly legal committee debate over a ban on human cloning took place Thursday and Friday.  Originally a vote on the measure was planned for this coming Friday.  However that date has been delayed to November 10.  The United States and some 60 other countries were co-sponsors to Costa Rica’s proposal to ban all human cloning.  Belgium’s proposal to allow human cloning for research was supported by about 20 countries.  LifeSiteNews.com sources at the debate recounted that the countries which opposed a total ban on human cloning realized that they […]
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St. Louis Bishop Burke Regrets it Took Him so Long to Become Outspoken

PEWAUKEE, Ohio, October 22, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Speaking at the annual dinner for Trinity Academy in Pewaukee earlier this week, St. Louis Archbishop Raymond L. Burke expressed regret that is took him so long to take the bold stands in favour of life for which he has recently become renowned. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinal reports that Burke told the 200 people at the dinner, “People have asked me if I regret having taken the action that I did, and all of the publicity that has resulted, especially people who know that by nature I’m not very fond of controversy.” He […]
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