Pope Francis, i his Christmas address, calls Vatican bureaucracy an 'ailing body' – @WSJ »

Pope Francis, i his Christmas address, calls Vatican bureaucracy an ‘ailing body’ – @WSJ Go to Source Author: Tom Brew…

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Satanic display at Florida Capitol damaged »

Florida’s Capitol has displayed a Pabst Blue Ribbon Festivus pole, atheist banners and even a tribute to the Flying Spaghetti Monster. But a display showing an angel falling into flames…

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At Least Four Dead After Tornado Strikes Mississippi »

A tornado struck Mississippi today, killing four, injuring 20 people and damaging homes, officials said. Go to Source Author:…

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Rebels say new Ukraine peace talks to take place on Wednesday »

MOSCOW (Reuters) – A meeting of a so-called contact group aimed at ending violence in eastern Ukraine is planned for Wednesday, Russian state television quoted Denis Pushilin, vice speaker of…

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The nation’s favourite carol in 2014 revealed »

Silent Night is the country’s favourite hymn this Christmas according to a poll of radio listeners. It is the first time the tune has been top of Classic FM’s annual…

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Former US president George HW Bush taken to hospital in Houston »

Bush Sr, 90, admitted to hospital after experiencing shortness of breath Go to Source Author:…

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Australians celebrate episcopal consecration of two auxiliaries for Melbourne »

Melbourne, Australia, Dec 23, 2014 / 03:07 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Jubilation marked the episcopal concration of Terence Curtin and Mark Edwards as auxiliary bishops of the Archdiocese of Melbourne, which…

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Arpaio kicks off legal campaign against Obama immigration order »

A longtime thorn in the side of the Obama administration’s immigration policy got the first chance to stick it to the president Monday, arguing in court that his sweeping immigration…

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Nine shot while playing basketball in Miami-Dade park are expected to live »

The day after yet another brazen drive-by shooting left nine people wounded, it was quiet at Arcola Park Tuesday. There was no sign of the disruption and panic that left…

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Christmas Season Brings Christianity under Renewed Attack in India »

Somnath Temple in Gujarat, India. (Wikipedia) NEW DELHI (Morning Star News) – Christmas-related anti-Christian violence and harassment have begun as Hindu extremists undertake an aggressive effort to “reconvert” tribal people to…

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Nicaragua’s Planned $50 Billion Canal Is ‘A Gigantic White Elephant’ »

In June 2013, Nicaragua gave initial approval for what seemed like a ridiculous plan to let a Chinese group build a 173-mile canal across the Latin American country. On Monday, workers broke…

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Charges dropped against parents of autistic twins »

By DAVID DISHNEAU Prosecutors say they’ve dropped abuse and false imprisonment charges against the parents of autistic twin men who were kept locked up at night in a basement room…

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Dallas Pastor Urges Black Megachurches to Fight Sprawling Planned Parenthood Complex With 8 Foot Concrete Wall »

Stephen Broden, pro-life activist and pastor of the Fair Park Bible Fellowship Church in Dallas, Texas is urging black megachurches to join him in protesting a sprawling 17,000 square-foot Planned…

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Boko Haram massacres ‘infidel’ civilians »

Members of the militant Islamist movement Boko Haram have released a video showing civilians being massacred in Bama, a city of 270,000 in Borno State, Nigeria. “We have made sure…

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Only 46% of US children now living with their married parents »

A minority of children in the US today are living with their married parents, a new study by the Pew Research Center has found. In 1960, 73% of American children…

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Pope says all religious leaders must condemn Islamic State »

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Pope Francis deplored the “abuses and inhuman acts” of Islamic State militants, and called on all religious leaders to condemn them “unanimously and unambiguously.” He also…

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Life-Support Pregnancy Case to Have Int’l Impact »

A three-judge panel in Dublin is deciding whether a brain-dead pregnant woman should be kept on life support. Go to Source Author:…

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Pope Names Indianapolis Auxiliary Bishop Christopher Coyne as Bishop of Burlington, Vermont »

WASHINGTON—Pope Francis has named Auxiliary Bishop Christopher J. Coyne of Indianapolis, 56, as bishop of Burlington, Vermont. The appointment was publicized in Washington, December 22 by Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò,…

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Pope writes letter of solidarity to Christians in Middle East »

Pope Francis has written a Christmas letter to the dwindling Christian community in the Middle East, offering his solidarity in what he calls their “enormous suffering” amid the horrific and…

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Woe, I Found One of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse on Google Earth »

I was doing some research and I came across a stunning image on Google earth which I believe is one…

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Christians under ISIS’ boot cry out »


St. Mark’s Church JERUSALEM – At tiny St. Mark’s Church in Jerusalem’s Old City, priests chant in Syriac among smoking,…

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Holder Opens Civil-Rights Probe Into Cop Shooting »

Unarmed black man killed by white Milwaukee police officer (ABC News) – After county prosecutors announced they won’t charge a…

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Obama Admin Rushes Over 1,200 New Regs Just Before New Year »

(Daily Caller) – The Obama administration is cramming like a college student trying to study for a final exam, publishing…

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Persecuted Flocks Prepare For Christmas »

As Christmas approaches on Thursday for the majority of Christians, persecuted communities continue to demonstrate their survival and resilience. Go…

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SONY Announces Release of ‘INTERVIEW’… »

After a national clamor to release the film despite threats, Sony finds a way to get the Seth Rogen-James Franco…

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Curfew in Indian state after tribal militants kill 48 »

By Biswajyoti Das GUWAHATI, India (Reuters) – India imposed a curfew in parts of the northeastern state of Assam on…

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‘U.S. military shot down MH370 because they thought it had been hacked and was about to be used in terror attack’, claims former airline boss »


By Sam Webb Daily Mail A former airline boss and writer claims the U.S. downed Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 because…

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IDF soldiers give their lunch to hungry Palestinian children »

IDF paratroopers’ hearts went out to two Palestinian children who approached their post on Sunday asking for food. One of…

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Viral Video Denounces Islamic-Themed Vocabulary Lesson at North Carolina High School »


FARMVILLE, N.C. – A video denouncing an Islamic-themed vocabulary lesson at a North Carolina high school has gone viral, and…

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Christian Who Found Man’s Wallet Returns Money With Inspiration from Scripture »


WARREN, S.C. – A South Carolina man who lost his wallet while traveling out of state had his money and…

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Key ruling for man sent to jail for item in car The Connecticut Supreme Court has reversed the conviction of…

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Knowing Mary Through the Bible: Mary’s Question — a Vow? »

“How can this be since I do not know man?” (Lk. 1:34) Mary has only one question for the angel…

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First Western Journalist To Embed With The Islamic State: The West Has “No Concept” How Dangerous They Are… »

As noted by Obama’s “JV team” comment. Via Daily Mail: ISIS is ‘much stronger and much more dangerous’ than anyone…

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PEW: ‘Traditional’ Families Collapsing »

Just 46% of children live with 2 heterosexual parents (Washington Examiner) – Norman Rockwell wouldn’t recognize today’s American families. The…

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Hacker group siphons tens of millions from Russian banks »

A HACKER GROUP has been siphoning tens of millions of dollars from bank accounts, two security firms have revealed. …

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The Fukushima Endgame: The Radioactive Contamination of the Pacific Ocean »


Nuclear radiation resulting from the March 2011 Fukushima disaster –which threatens life on planet earth– is not front page news in comparison…

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Crazy MSNBC’s Chris Hayes: Gay Marriage Opposition ‘An Indicator of Moral Depravity’ »

According to MSNBC, it’s the religious right who is depraved when it comes to the issue of gay marriage. The December 23 edition of All In with Chris Hayes featured guest Sam Seder comparing gay marriage opponents to ISIS, while the host suggested that traditional…

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Anti-Gun ‘PSA’ Tells Kids to Turn in Their Parents’ Guns »

When I first read about this, I thought that it had to be some kind of weird spoof. But it’s not. Over the course of almost two excruciatingly tedious minutes complete with ominous piano-dominated background music, a recently created video intended to become a public service…

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Google’s YouTube tentatively agrees to stream ‘The Interview': CNN »


(c) Copyright Thomson Reuters 2013. (Reuters) – Google Inc’s YouTube unit has tentatively agreed to distribute the Sony Pictures film “The Interview,” at the center of a destructive cyber attack, offering online rentals beginning on Thursday, CNN reported. The Internet release of the film would…

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Pat Robertson’s Charity Tries To Make A Deal For Bob McDonnell’s Freedom »

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell should perform community service rather than serve prison time for his federal corruption convictions, an international relief organization said Tuesday. Read More ? Go to Source Author: LARRY O’DELL…

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REBECCA HAGELIN & KRISTIN CAREY: Celebrate Christmas by taking a closer look at the manger »

ANALYSIS/OPINION: The challenge: Seeking God Moses wanted more of God. He wanted to understand him, to know him intimately. So he prayed, “If it is true that you look favorably on me, let me know your ways so I may understand you more fully and…

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So, who’s training tomorrow’s ‘mainline’ Protestant pastors? »

Seasoned by a religion bachelor’s from the University of Chicago and a Harvard divinity degree, John Lomperis now monitors his United Methodist Church for the Institute on Religion and Democracy. This small, controversial D.C. think tank, devoutly conservative in both theology and politics, follows developments…

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When Hollywood Celebrated Christmas and Marriage »


A few days before Christmas, I checked the schedule for Turner Classic Movies, one of the few TV channels I watch. I was looking for Christmas movies, maybe the 1938 Reginald Owen version of “A Christmas Carol” or something like that—something for the family. I…

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Vox: Oops, no, this Winter Solstice was not the longest night ever »


Smartest thinkers, toughest questions. For Christmas, schadenfreude: We badly blew our story on the Earth’s longest night ever. Here’s what we got wrong: — Ezra Klein (@ezraklein) December 23, 2014 This lie was all over my Facebook and Twitter for days. Vox is, ahem,…

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PM Netanyahu Competes in International Bible Quiz »

PM Netanyahu Competes in International Bible Quiz Israel’s Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu competed on Tuesday in the fifth International Bible Quiz held in Jerusalem on Tuesday… but despite his … Go to Source…

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St. Delphinus, Sts. Thrasilla & Emiliana »

LITTLE is known of St. Delphinus before his elevation to the episcopate. He assisted at the Council of Saragossa, in 330, in which the Priscillianists were condemned, and also at the Council of Bordeaux, which condemned the same schismatics. He baptized St. Paulerius in 388,…

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Japan Defense minister support for pre-emptive strike capability could rile China »


Japan Defense minister support for pre-emptive strike capability could rile China TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was re-elected by parliament on Wednesday, setting the stage for him to launch a new cabinet with a defense minister whose support for Japan having a…

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Recent Interview With Asia Bibi »

Vatican Insider: She is not asking Pope Francis for public appeals but for prayers. In the suffering of a life spent in prison, Asia Bibi bitterly mentions those who use her name to fulfil their own personal interests. The 44-year old Christian woman sentenced to death…

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South Korea seeks China’s cooperation in probe into cyberattack on nuclear operator »


SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea is seeking the cooperation of Chinese authorities in a probe into a cyberattack on its nuclear power plant operator after tracing multiple Internet addresses involved to a northeastern Chinese city near North Korea, a prosecution official said on Wednesday. Go…

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Kentucky priest gets an anonymous gift — and pays it forward for Christmas »

From the NBC affiliate in Lexington, KY: | Continuous News and StormTracker Weather Go to Source Author: Deacon Greg Kandra…

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The clergy parent’s guide to surviving Christmas »

The nativity scene is up and ready at my parish. But what about everyone who works at the parish? Speaking for myself, I could use another week. Which is why I appreciated these wry but insightful thoughts from a married member of clergy who is…

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FDA eases ban on blood donations from gay men »


(Reuters) – Gay men will be able to donate blood one year after their last sexual contact, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Tuesday, under a proposal that will be introduced early next year to end a ban that has been in place…

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Documentary confirms Michael Rockefeller was eaten by cannibals »

The public will finally get to see “The Search for Michael Rockefeller” Feb. 1 when Netflix releases the documentary on one of the most compelling unsolved mysteries of the 20th century. The film confirms what The Post reported in 1968: Cannibals devoured the son of…

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In diminishing numbers, Franciscan nuns push ahead with environmental activism »

You wouldn’t necessarily know they were nuns. After all, the women who pray at a vacant former Phillips 66 lot in Bridgeton have been forced recently to bundle up in heavy coats that obscure any religious paraphernalia. …

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Submit names of Souls by Christmas Eve »

It’s been a long-held popular belief that Christmas is the day when the most souls are released from Purgatory. While they won’t be posted online until January, please send the names of your deceased loved ones before Christmas Day. As long as they’re in our…

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The Trial of Joseph »


THE TRIAL OF JOSEPH “Now the generation of Christ was in this wise. When as his Mother Mary was espoused to Joseph, before they came together, she was found with child, of the Holy Ghost. Whereupon Joseph her husband, being a just man, and not…

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Video: Hecklers interrupt abortion debate, get unexpected rebuke »

Video: Hecklers interrupt abortion debate, get unexpected rebuke

A University of Victoria abortion debate was interrupted by pro-abortion hecklers who did not feel that abortion “was up for discussion.” As a result, they…

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Organization supporting physician assisted suicide tricks pro-lifers into signing petition »

When Katie Buck signed an online sympathy card for cancer patient Brittany Maynard, she had no idea her name would be placed on a petition…

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Christmas Reflections and Resources »

Christmas, then, is about the Gospel of Life. It is about the hope of eternal life offered through the birth of a child, and through…

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7 images that prove the humanity of preborn children »


Images shape dialogue, and dialogue births change. Photographs that capture the Great Depression, the Holocaust, and the Civil Rights Movement are not only a testament…

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Scientific Proof That We Can Heal Ourselves »

The placebo effect is concrete evidence that the body has its own innate self repair system. A study was conducted with 3500 participants who had…

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U.S. colonel’s wife calls abortion a “fearfully frequent National crime” in 1871 »

In the 20th century, we dealt with the disgrace of human abortion becoming sanctified by national law, and this continues today. But abortion has for…

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National Prayer Event to honor trio for spreading awareness of link between abortion and breast cancer »

Three pro-life activists who have dedicated their careers to exposing the abortion-breast cancer (ABC) link will be honored with the National Pro-Life Recognition Award during…

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Lead Nonprofit Case against HHS Mandate Moves Forward »

Washington, DC – Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, announced today that its case is moving forward in the federal courts to…

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They Sang Christmas Carols at an Abortion Clinic, You’ll be Amazed What Happened »


Since 2003, the Pro-Life Action League has held an “Empty Manger” Christmas caroling day outside abortion clinics in our headquarters city of Chicago and the…

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Abortion Clinics Offer Women “Grief and Burial Support” After Aborting Their Babies »


A Washington State abortion clinic chain advertises that they offer women bereavement resources and services and grief counseling. What exactly would a woman grieve after…

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How to join the March for Life no matter where you are »

The March for Life takes place on January 22, 2015 in Washington, D.C. Millions will march on the capital in support of the right to…

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Ambulance Video: Seventeenth Known Medical Emergency at New Mexico Late-Term Abortion Clinic »

By Cheryl Sullenger Albuquerque, NM – Pro-life activists caught an ambulance on video as it rushed a patient to the hospital from Southwestern Women’s Options,…

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Oxford Uni college shuts down abortion debate after protests »

An abortion debate organised by an Oxford University pro-life student group has been cancelled, after a planned protest was said to threaten security. Christ Church…

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City officials give tax dollars to Planned Parenthood »

(KCRA-TV) City Council member Angelique Ashby is among the most fiscally conservative of her colleagues, when it comes to spending her discretionary funds. Compared to…

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A Christmas with tears – Pope Francis’ words to Middle East

Vatican City, Dec 23, 2014 / 10:20 am (CNA/EWTN News).- In a Christmas message to Christians of the Middle East, Pope Francis grieved the violence that has ravaged and displaced many of the region’s faithful. But…

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In Speech to Curia, Pope Offers Conscience Exam to Prepare for Confession

Pope Francis’ speech to the Curia today was presented in some forums and headlines as the Pope “denouncing” ailments characteristic of the “Church’s governing body.” The Holy Father himself, though, characterized his reflection not as a…

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Pope Francis: ‘Faith Moves Mountains’

As Christmas Day is right around the corner, Pope Francis is affirming that faith can truly “move mountains.” Speaking to nearly 8,000 members and associates of the Pope Saint John XXIII Community on Saturday in the…

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Pope Gives 9 Tips to Vatican Employees

Pope Francis is calling on Vatican employees to examine which areas of their lives need healing. Expressing his heartfelt thanks to each and best wishes for Christmas, the Pope addressed the employees today. He encouraged them…

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Hungary’s New Refugee Crisis

(Vatican Radio) Hungarian villages near the border with Serbia are overwhelmed by refugees. Hungary appears to be the choice of a growing group of asylum seekers to enter the European Union with the Mediterranean Sea becoming…

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Cuban President says he will not change political system

(Vatican Radio) After more than a half-century of hostility, this week the United States and Cuba promised to work toward the establishment of full diplomatic relations. US President Barack Obama says that Pope Francis played an…

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Working document, questionnaire released

Ahead of the second October family synod, the Vatican is looking for more input from clergy, laity Go to Source Author:…

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Thomas Aquinas College Students Perform Entire Handel’s Messiah

The December 5 presentation was a part of TAC’s annual Advent Concert, one of the many events held at faithful Catholic colleges across the country to prepare for and celebrate the upcoming Christmas season. More… Go…

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BJP Can Do More to Protect Religious Freedom in India

The state of religious freedom in India is in question after a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) member of parliament declared that on Christmas Day he would host a Hindu conversion ceremony, a ceremony where Christians and Muslims are…

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‘Politicians must speak out on persecution’ – top Labour MP

Politicians fail to speak out against attacks on Christians around the world because of a “misplaced sense of political correctness”, a leading Labour MP has warned. Shadow Foreign Secretary Douglas Alexander said that “anti-Christian persecution must…

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Power of prayer extolled in Parliament as Bill advances

A Bill about councils’ “freedom to pray” has received support from the Government and the Labour Party. During a debate on the issue, Jake Berry MP, who proposed the Bill, encouraged public officials to reflect on…

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Father Abraham first heard God 21 centuries before a star rose above Bethlehem. We now live in the 21st Century after. At the center of all faith, Christ is born. “For while gentle silence enveloped all…

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ADF to Italy: Rogue mayors have no authority to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples

ROME – Alliance Defending Freedom has sent the government of Italy a letter and legal memo regarding mayors who are disregarding Italian law and government orders by registering same-sex marriages performed abroad. Italy recognizes neither marriages…

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Christmas gift for Ariz. Christian day care: $25K tax bill reversed

ADF, allied attorney represent church-run school in Surprise that had been sacked with unwarranted taxes Go to Source Author:…

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NIH Spending $433,577 to Find Out What Kids Think of Fat Characters in Movies

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is spending almost a half million dollars to determine what children think about fat characters in movies. Children’s perceptions of “obesogenic” culture in films, or the promotion of excessive weight…

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U.S. judge throws out Arizona sheriff’s immigration suit against Obama

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A federal judge on Tuesday threw out a lawsuit brought against Barack Obama by an Arizona police chief who called the U.S. president’s sweeping immigration reforms unconstitutional, saying the plaintiff lacked legal standing…

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Welcome to Congress, here’s your 500,000 letters

Can you scan through a letter, getting the gist of the message, in a minute or so? If Republican members of the U.S. House can reach and keep up that speed, they’ll each only have 33…

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As U.S. troops return to Iraq, more private contractors follow

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. government is preparing to boost the number of private contractors in Iraq as part of President Barack Obama’s growing effort to beat back Islamic State militants threatening the Baghdad government, a…

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N.Y. Times urges Obama to prosecute Cheney

(POLITICO) The New York Times editorial board has called upon President Barack Obama to prosecute former Vice President Dick Cheney for the torture of terrorism suspects. The sharply worded editorial, published Monday, comes amid an effort…

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Criminal charges over protest at Mall of America

BLOOMINGTON (WCCO) — In the next few days, the Bloomington City Attorney Sandra Johnson expects to file criminal charges against the organizers of Saturday’s protest at Mall of America. The mall went into a partial shutdown…

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Bombshell: IRS targeted ‘icky’ conservatives

(WASHINGTON TIMES) One IRS employee called a conservative group “icky” while another griped that they would probably “have to” approve a different group’s application for nonprofit status, according to the latest findings Tuesday by the House…

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Exclusive: Senate Republican leader McConnell opposes Obama on Cuba

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell said on Monday he opposed U.S. President Barack Obama’s plans to normalize relations with Cuba, and spoke of steps lawmakers might take to rein in the new policy.…

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Police shoot black teen at Missouri gas station

(Reuters) – An 18-year-old black teen was fatally shot by police at a gas station late on Tuesday in a St. Louis suburb near where unarmed teen Michael Brown was killed by a white officer in…

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Can astronomy explain the biblical Star of Bethlehem?

Can astronomy explain the biblical Star of Bethlehem? Bright stars top Christmas trees in Christian homes around much of the world. The faithful sing about the Star of Wonder that guided the wise men to a…

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Obama’s proposed college rating system assailed as vague, impractical

There’s ‘no actual formula or methodology’ for determining ratings, top Republican lawmaker warns The Department of Education’s draft rating system for colleges and universities, issued on Friday, has received mixed reactions from members of the higher education…

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Three men face attempted murder charges in Oregon school shooting

PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) – Three men suspected in a gang-related shooting this month outside an Oregon high school for homeless and other vulnerable students are facing attempted murder and other charges, Portland police said on Monday.…

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Don’t give up hope, Cardinal Dolan encourages after NYPD shooting

New York City, N.Y., Dec 22, 2014 / 09:22 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Despite the violence, darkness and confusion of the world, we can find hope and peace in the promise of Christ, said Cardinal Timothy M.…

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Joe Cocker, Rock Legend, Dead at 70

Joe Cocker has died after a long battle with lung cancer, reports ITV News. He was 70 years old.…

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Bishop Coyne of Indianapolis picked to head Vermont diocese

Burlington, Vt., Dec 22, 2014 / 12:04 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Auxiliary Bishop Christopher J. Coyne of Indianapolis has been chosen by Pope Francis to be the next bishop of Burlington, Vermont, announced the Vatican Dec. 22.…

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A More Personal Connection With Jesus

Answering Catholics Who Leave the Church It has been in the news recently that the Catholic Church in Latin America—comprised of both Central and S. America—has been steadily losing members to Protestant communities of faith. According…

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Arrest warrant sought for South Korea ‘nut rage’ heiress

Daughter of Korean Air chief executive faces charges including violation of the aviation safety law Go to Source Author:…

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Cathedrals are bursting with colour again

A £12 million initiative allows us to experience what these medieval temples should look like, Dominic Selwood Go to Source Author:…

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France: Muslim destroys Christmas decorations, screams “Allahu akbar”

When confronted, he tried to seize the police officer’s weapon. He is, of course, mentally ill. The frightful outbreak of mental illness in France continues. “Le Mans: A man detained after shouting ‘Allah Akbar,’” Le Maine…

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U.N. bars visitor with ‘Black Lives Matter’ patch on coat

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – The United Nations barred a visitor from entering the world body’s headquarters last week because she was wearing a patch on her coat with the words “Black Lives Matter,” saying on Tuesday…

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Australians celebrate episcopal consecration of two auxiliaries for Melbourne

Melbourne, Australia, Dec 23, 2014 / 03:07 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Jubilation marked the episcopal concration of Terence Curtin and Mark Edwards as auxiliary bishops of the Archdiocese of Melbourne, which took place last Wednesday. The two…

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North Korea’s Internet links restored amid U.S. hacking dispute

SEOUL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – North Korea, at the center of a confrontation with the United States over the hacking of Sony Pictures, experienced a complete Internet outage for hours before links were restored on Tuesday, a U.S.…

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Bangladeshi ex-minister sentenced to death for war crimes

DHAKA (Reuters) – A former junior minister in a Bangladeshi military government was sentenced to death on Tuesday after a war crimes tribunal found him guilty of atrocities during the country’s war of independence from Pakistan…

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Archbishop of Glasgow calls for prayers after fatal lorry crash

The Archbishop of Glasgow Philip Tartaglia said he is heartbroken for all those who were caught up in the fatal lorry crash in Glasgow city centre yesterday. Six people were killed and eight others were injured…

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Indiana witness considers ground responders were chasing UFO

An Indiana witness at New Albany reported watching and following a bright light UFO that appeared to get the attention of ground responders in all-terrain vehicles about 5:30 p.m. on December 22, 2014, according to testimony…

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IT’S A WONDERFUL Near death experience makes couple appreciate Christmas even more

A letter from a Glasgow couple prompted a Pennsylvania school board to honor one of its students last week for his heroic response to a life-threatening emergency. Go to Source…

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First pure olive oil produced for Temple in 2000 years

The Temple Institute have revealed that pure olive oil, to be used specifically in a rebuilt Jewish Temple, has been produced for the first time in around two thousand years. After years of research, the Temple…

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It is now a felony to film cops in Illinois

The Illinois Supreme Court struck down a state eavesdropping law earlier this year that criminalized citizen recordings of conversations with police or anyone else without their consent. In the case, the state high court held that…

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Circus dogs confiscated by Italian police because they had painted them to look like PANDAS 

Police in Brescia, Italy, seized the chow chows amid claims circus-goers were being tricked into handing over cash just to pose for photos with the animals. Go to Source Author:…

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A Cyber War With North Korea And An Economic War With Russia

We are now engaged in a cyber war with North Korea and an economic war with Russia Go to Source Author: steve_watson…

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Ismaaiyl Brinsley’s mom says she is ‘deeply sorry’ to the families of the two dead cops

Shakuwra Dabre, 54, of Brooklyn extended her condolences on Monday to the families of the two murdered officers and said she was ‘deeply sorry’ for her son’s actions. Go to Source Author:…

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Bishop’s attack on Lennon’s Imagine: Senior Catholic says song is ‘heart-chilling vision’ that has misled world over the causes of war

Bishop’s attack on Lennon’s Imagine: Senior Catholic says song is ‘heart-chilling vision’ that has misled world over the causes of war John Lennon’s anthem Imagine is a ‘heart-chilling vision’ that has misled the world about the…

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Peer quits BMA committee over its pro-abortion stance

A Peer has resigned from the British Medical Association’s medical ethics committee because it supports extending Britain’s abortion law to Northern Ireland. Baroness Nuala O’Loan, who served as the first Police Ombudsman in the Province, told…

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Mainstream media panics over Dr. Oz teaching disease prevention and nutritional self-care

(NaturalNews) The pro-pharma, anti-nutrition mainstream media is engaged in an all-out panic over the success of Dr. Oz in teaching nutrition and disease prevention to the American public. Not surprisingly, all the usual suspects — media…

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Smartphone use ‘changing our brains’

Our brains are adapting to touchscreen smartphone technology say researchers who have carried out a study on human volunteers. …

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California county routinely kidnaps thousands of babies without any warrant or reason, lawsuit claims

(NaturalNews) Officials with Riverside County, Calif., removed a newborn baby from her mother without a valid reason or a court-ordered warrant, a practice that the county does very often, according to claims made by the mother…

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Locked-in sufferer will ‘never give up on life’

A man who has locked-in syndrome has expressed joy at being able to leave hospital and lead his life at home again before getting married. David Garvey is paralysed from the neck down and can only…

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Study: Teen Drug Use Down, ‘Vaping’ Up

While the number of high school students who abuse prescription painkillers is way down, a new study reveals it’s not all good news. Go to Source Author:…

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Different Gene Mutations May Determine Severity, Type of Autism

Finding might explain why the disorder is never identical in patients, could improve diagnosis and treatment Go to Source Author:…

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Fox Investigation: CDC May be Hiding Ebola Cases

Further proof surfaces of widespread coverup. Go to Source Author: Mikael Thalen…

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Men Having Babies and Other Postmodern Myths

The online journal Obstetrics and Gynecology published the research article “Transgender Men Who Experienced Pregnancy After Female-to-Male Gender Transitioning.” The study, which looks at 41 transgender men and their experiences in pregnancy, is seen as cutting-edge…

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"[He] Told Me I Had To Pull My Pants Down, Bend Over, Squat & Cough For Him" – Georgia VIPER Unit Accused Of Illegal Strip Searches

Now we know what those TSA organized “VIPER” teams are doing since being tasked to patrol the streets of America, namely doing the same as they do at our nation’s airports — organized mass molestation on…

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Coma patient wakes up speaking French

A car accident also left barber Rory Curtis believing that he was Hollywood actor Matthew McConaughey. The 25-year-old suffered horrific injuries when… Go to Source Author:…

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Zombie Nativity Must Be Removed From Ohio Yard

Officials in Sycamore Township, Ohio, are pulling the plug on a zombie-themed nativity in a front yard. …

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Horseshoe-shaped UFO photographed over Pikes Peak

By Roger Marsh on December 22, 2014 Colorado witnesses at Colorado Springs reported watching a “lighted object” hovering over nearby mountains in the shape of a horseshoe that quickly disappeared, according to testimony in Case 62085…

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Baby George And The Ghost In Royal Garden: Little Prince "Has Phantom Friend" – Express UK

Anmer Hall is now the new residence of the Royal family including George but has long been known to already be home to a number of ghostly residents, most notably the infamous priest Henry Walpole, who…

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U.S. helped imprisoned Cuban spy artificially inseminate wife

HAVANA (Reuters) – The United States helped a Cuban spy imprisoned in California artificially inseminate his wife back in Cuba, a goodwill gesture while Washington and Havana were engaged in secret talks on restoring diplomatic ties,…

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Shocked mother posts photo online after three-year-old daughter discovers fairy doll has male genitalia

A fairy toy which appears to have male genitalia has been branded the world's first transgender doll.…

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    This reflection is taken from my book, Pro-Life Reflections for Every Day, which is available for purchase at: “He did not spare his own Son…How then can he fail also to give us everything else…?” (Romans 8:32)  Reflection: The song “Grown up Christmas list” speaks of a list for a world in need. This […]
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