62: Three More Bishops Against Notre Dame Scandal, Obama Urged to Decline Invitation

62: Three More Bishops Against Notre Dame Scandal, Obama Urged to Decline Invitation by LifeSiteNews.com By Kathleen Gilbert SOUTH BEND, Indiana, March 4, 2009 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A total of 62 bishops have publicly condemned the Notre Dame scandal, with three more bishops expressing solidarity with Notre Dame’s Bishop John D’Arcy and U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) policy against honoring pro-abortion politicians. The University of Notre Dame has invited President Obama to give the commencement address and receive an honorary law degree May 17. Bishop Reymundo Pena of Brownsville, TX has published an April 24 letter addressed to both President […]
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Bishop Galeone: “I am Standing with my Brother Bishops” against ND Scandal

Bishop Galeone: “I am Standing with my Brother Bishops” against ND Scandal by LifeSiteNews.com By Kathleen Gilbert JACKSONVILLE, Florida, April 22, 2009 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Bishop Victor Galeone of the diocese of St. Augustine is the 43rd bishop to publicly condemn the University of Notre Dame’s invitation to President Obama to deliver the commencement address and receive an honorary law degree on May 17. “I am standing with my brother bishops,” said Galeone, in a statement released by the diocesan communications office. In Bishop Galeone’s brief letter to Fr. Jenkins, dated March 21, he stated: “I find it impossible to comprehend […]
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Will abortion ever be ‘settled’?

“History will sort out right and wrong,” Josh Noel assures us of this in his May 27 Chicago Tribune column. Noel’s column features a photo (at right) of bandleader Lawrence Welk and singer Mildred Stanley displaying a sign urging the U.S. to keep out of World War II. Their sign says, “Keep US out of war. Be neutral.” The photo was taken at Chicago’s Edgewater Beach Hotel on September 11, 1939, just ten days after Nazi Germany invaded Poland. Noel says the sign they are holding and their isolationism now look “…at best, hopelessly naive.” Of course, we entered the […]
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Belgian doctors kill 5 per day

Belgium has jumped head first into the darkness that is the culture of death. Euthanasia deaths–the ones recorded, more are done sub rosa–have gone up 27% in one year. From the story: The numbers of euthanasia in Belgium have beaten another record in 2013 with 1,816 cases against 1,432 in 2012, an increase of 26.8%, according to the latest figures released by the newspapers Sudpresse group. “You could say that currently there euthanasia 150 per month in Belgium or, even more telling, euthanasia 5 per day,” the newspaper said. It is here that declared to the Commission control and evaluation […]
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Live Action exposes Planned Parenthood – Will media note?

It seems like prime media bait: a group accusing a taxpayer funded organization of horrors from racism to sex trafficking. Except that the story is centered on abortion – and the accused is Planned Parenthood. Pro-life advocacy group Live Action has released an investigative report and video compiling “shocking activity” that occurs within Planned Parenthood’s abortion clinics. As part of a Planned Parenthood Exposed campaign, Live Action asked Americans to sign a petition to halt the $500 million per year in taxpayer money that funds Planned Parenthood. Members of Congress received copies of the report on May 28, according to the press release. Continues after video. In the investigative video and […]
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Abp Chaput Weighs In Catholic School’s Battle with Lesbian Couple

Abp Chaput Weighs In Catholic School’s Battle with Lesbian Couple by LifeSiteNews.com By Peter J. Smith BOULDER, Colorado, March 10, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Archbishop Charles Chaput of Denver, Colo. has stepped in to support a Boulder Catholic grade school who told a lesbian couple told they would no longer be able to enroll their children. The parish school of Sacred Heart Church in Boulder had informed a lesbian couple that their two children – one in kindergarten and another in pre-school – would be allowed to complete the year, but could not re-enroll, citing Archdiocesan policy requiring children’s families to […]
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