The UN human rights bureaucracy tries to balance the longstanding understanding of the family, with a progressive attempt to expand the meaning of family in international law and policy to include same-sex relationships.
'Absolutely this is a political hit job...We both know a skilled prosecutor can get a grand jury to indict anything...We won't know what this prosecutor told the grand jury unless and until there's an actual criminal trial.'
The driving wind and icy cold could not dampen our spirits, as we know the momentum is shifting in America: public opinion now reflects firm beliefs in upholding the value of every life, including among millennials.
A minor accident in Pennsylvania dashed the hope of dodging the storm just after 9 p.m. Friday, and left buses sitting for hours well past midday Saturday, and the situation so series the National Guard was summoned early Saturday to assist the stranded.
In light of the organization’s consistent bid to 'promote the murder of unborn children as a human right,' Catholic colleges should refuse to recognize Amnesty International 'as a legitimate human rights organization.'
Alberta bishops and now the province's Catholic school trustees association are boldly telling the NDP government to stop dictating to Catholic schools how to form policy when it comes to faith and morality.
The François Hollande administration and Ministry of Health have tried multiple times to get their pro-abortion website to rank higher on Google searches than the pro-life site currently occupying the position.
Sarah gets to the root of what is ailing the world today and he also chides fellow churchmen and the faithful for those occasions when surrender to a worldly spirit has brought great harm to the Church.
'If you strip it down to bare facts, you have a man who for whatever reason feels they need to impregnate over 500 women, you have women who are comfortable knowing their children have 500 half siblings...'
'Schools should not be turned into tools for government health authorities to promote their agenda, especially if it involves encouraging children to access abortion, abortion-inducing birth-control or condoms.'
The amicus brief called on the Justices to reverse the decisions made by lower courts threatening the religious freedom of the Little Sisters of the Poor and other petitioners, including Catholic schools.
In a sweeping interview, the archbishop emeritus of Brussels warns that the ambiguity in the Synod’s final text was ‘very risky,’ but says he trusts the Pope will hold to his word and defend Catholic Tradition.
While leaders believe the consultation is biased in favour of 'wide-open euthanasia,' they are still strongly urging supporters to sign up for one of the remaining public forums in the eight-city, two-week tour.
And it is astonishing to see how a history of religious bigotry and anti-Catholic discrimination can be so easily swept under the rug, especially in a culture so alert to claims of discrimination, said Towey.