Daily Archives: 11 October 2013

Europe: Abortion to be a “human right”?

We lacked only this last confirmation of how wickedly obtuse people have become.
This is perverse.
From CNS:
EU May Declare Abortion a ‘Human Right’
(CNSNews.com) – European lawmakers this month will vote on a measure that promotes abortion as a fundamental human right, … Continue reading

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How many people are going to Hell… and why?

Here is an interesting video from Michael Voris.
I suggest listening to the end.
This concerns whether many or few or none go to Hell.
I, and others, addressed this not long ago and a kerfuffle arose.  HERE
I wrote:
The greatest accomplishment of the … Continue reading

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A German Diocese gets wacky: Ed Peters comments

Ed Peters has an important post at his place.
A German bishop essentially declared himself the Church’s lawgiver (read: Pope) and dispensed with the universal law.
From In The Light Of The Law:

This is why we have Canon 428
October 10, 2013

The Archdiocese of … Continue reading

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Error in Latin on a medal struck by the Vatican

You have got to be kidding me.
Read and weep.
This speaks of the degradation of our time.
From the Beeb:

The Vatican has withdrawn from sale 6,000 copies of a new papal medal on which the name of Jesus was misspelt.
In an inscription … Continue reading

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ROME: Day 4 – Peter and Paul underground

We are today visiting Major Basilicas. First St Paul’s outside-the-walls.
We are going to have a visit to the excavation where St Paul’s tomb was recently authenticated by the architect/archeologist who conducted it.


John XXIII’s manuscript for his first speech of Vatican … Continue reading

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