Power of Prayer: ‘Miracle’ Priest Rises from Wheelchair and Walks »

A Catholic priest who was paralyzed from the chest down in a fall four years ago says he has proof that prayer can heal. Doctors had told Father John Murray of…

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North Korea goes completely offline as internet shuts down »

US President Barack Obama vowed on Friday to respond to a major cyber attack on Sony Pictures, which he blamed on North Korea, “in a place and time and manner…

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Law Enforcement Extra Cautious after NYPD Slayings »

Police in New York City and across the country are taking extra precautions after a gunman ambushed two officers over the weekend. Meanwhile, civil rights leaders are coming forward to…

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Pope: Don’t miss Christ this Christmas; take time, be ready, let him in »

The Christmas tree decorates St. Peter’s Square as Pope Francis leads the Angelus from the window of his studio overlooking the square at the Vatican Dec. 21. (CNS photo/Paul Haring)…

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N. Korea Warns of Strikes at ‘All of Mainland USA’ »

North Korea has warned of attacks against the United States, accusing the Obama administration of being behind the making of the movie “The Interview.” Go to Source Author:…

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NYPD Cadets Advised Not to Wear Uniforms in Public »

New York City police officials are now recommending that academy trainees not wear their uniforms in public, or any other clothing associating them with the NYPD. Go to Source Author:…

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Pope in blistering critique of Vatican bureaucrats »

Pope Francis delivers his message during a meeting with Cardinals and Bishops of the Vatican Curia on the occasion of the exchange of Christmas greetings in the Clementine hall at…

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Slain Cop’s Family Calls for ‘Peaceful Coexistence’ »

Officer Rafael Ramos, who was fatally shot while sitting in his patrol car alongside his partner Officer Wenjian Liu, “will always be loved and missed by many,” his aunt Go…

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Focused on the Dysfunctional? A Consideration of the Need for the Synod on the Family to Refocus ON the Family »

Many breathed a sigh of relief when the summary document of the extraordinary Synod on the Family was much improved and the seriously flawed sections (which no one seems to…

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‘Homeland’ Figures Show Illegal Immigration Rose in 2014 While Deportations Dropped »

(Washington Times) – The number of illegal immigrants crossing the border rose in 2014, while deportations dropped, according to new statistics Homeland Security released Friday in a pre-holiday data dump…

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At annual Christmas meeting Pope Francis tells priests, bishops and cardinals who run church’s central administration that careerism, scheming and greed had infected them with ‘spiritual Alzheimer’s’ – @Reuters »

At annual Christmas meeting Pope Francis tells priests, bishops and cardinals who run church’s central administration that careerism, scheming and greed had infected them with ‘spiritual Alzheimer’s’ – @Reuters Go…

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Man stages new protest on ledge of St. Peter’s in Vatican »

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – An Italian man evaded Vatican security for the fifth time to reach a high ledge on the facade of St. Peter’s Basilica to protest against laws…

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Cuban-American protest in Miami: “I am a Catholic without a pope” »

From the AP:    The key role Pope Francis played encouraging talks between Presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro left fractures among his flock in South Florida, where many older…

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Pope: to stay on your feet you must get on your knees »

Pope: to stay on your feet you must get on your knees The work of the John XXIII Community has involved numberless teens who had drifted away from the Church,…

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School lines up, frisks all students after ‘ambiguous’ statements from gun suspect »

OGDEN, Utah – In an unusual move, a school had all students patted down for weapons after the suspect they were looking for gave them “ambiguous comments.” Rumors surfaced that…

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Simon Danczuk: child abuse inquiry is being deliberately sabotaged by Government »

Labour MP claims vested interested are seeking to protect ‘high profile’ abusers Go to Source Author:…

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Three Current MPs And Three Lords Named In Westminster Paedophile Ring Dossier Handed To Police »

Scotland Yard has been handed a document that contains names of 22 high profile figures, including three serving MPs and three members of the House of Lords, alleged to be…

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‘If there isn’t a change soon, there will be a large exodus of agents’ U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agents have had their authority to detain illegal aliens reduced, some…

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From the bizarre to the original: Unique Nativity Scenes on display in Rome »

2014-12-21 December 21, 2014. Some are made out of pasta. Others out of crystal. Go to Source Author:…

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Judge will decide whether or not it’s legal for churches and volunteers to feed the homeless »

When it comes to feeding the homeless, the city won't be the Grinch who stole Christmas dinner after all. It…

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Princess Cristina to face tax fraud trial »

Judge orders Princess Cristina, the sister of Spain's King Felipe VI, to stand trial for alleged tax fraud, the first…

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Feds Spend $33,341 to Find Out if Same-Sex Couples Live Close to Tobacco Shops »

The federal government is spending over $33,000 to figure out whether same-sex couples live closer to tobacco retailers, theoretically making…

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UN Sounds Alarm on Rise of Autonomous ‘Killer Robots’ »


With the proliferation of lethal weapons system, increasingly capable of carrying out faraway missions with minimal human oversight, the UN…

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U.S. Congress Urges Egypt To Free Coptic Christian; Fate Others Uncertain »


By BosNewsLife Middle East Service Bishoy Armia Boulous Editor’s Note: Religious Freedom Coalition Chairman William J. Murray was in Cairo…

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The Human Cost: Ethnic Cleansing In The Middle East »


By RFC Chairman William J. Murray, who recently returned from the Middle East This article was first published in WorldNetDaily.…

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FDA Claims Authority to Regulate Lightsabers »


A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. an evil Empire conspired to control every iota of people’s…

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School principal demoted for marquee misspellings »

Paterson, New Jersey, school officials have demoted elementary school principal Antoinette Young after a large sign in front of her…

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Feds Pressuring More Doctors to Ask Patients About Their Guns »


The federal government is pressuring more and more medical doctors to ask their patients if they own firearms, according to…

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Retired Cops: Let’s Stop de Blasio From Attending Funerals of Slain Officers »

(Breitbart) – Retired NYPD members are discussing ways to keep New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio away from the…

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TIME: Right-Wing Militias Are The Real Threat To Cops »

(Daily Caller) – Time Magazine warned of a growing threat to cops nationwide in September 2010. The nationally renowned publication argued…

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These Carolers Are So Great, You Wouldn’t Mind If They Showed Up At Your Door »

No need to pretend like you’re not at home for these guys Go to Source Author: Kaitlan Collins…

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New York to tackle subway’s “manspreading” »


Men are asked to keep their knees together as feminists highlight “manspreading” passengers who let it all hang out New…

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Pentagon Unveils New Name For ISIS, 25 Times In One Speech »

Pentagon Unveils New Name For ISIS, 25 Times In One Speech

The Pentagon unveils a new name for ISIS, referring to the group as DAESH. The post Pentagon Unveils New Name…

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Latin Mass Society asks bishops to embrace traditionalists as ‘spiritual children’ »

The Latin Mass Society has written to all the bishops of England and Wales asking them to reach out to…

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Christmas means something different after nearly dying »

Their mother, Barb, died in 2006 after a fire in a storage shed where she may have been sleeping. She’d…

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‘If you take away religion, you can’t hire enough police’ »


Clay Christensen, a Harvard Business School professor, makes the connection between religion and democracy in this 90-second message, a topic particularly appropriate at this time of year. If you liked that, you’ll enjoy Christensen’s extended 20-minute talk at TEDx Talks in Boston, wherein he asks…

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An Advent Meditation on Hope »


“Legislation is helpless against the wild prayer of longing.”   ? W. H. Auden “I did not know my longing until I encountered You.”    ? CL Hymn The desire for God is a drive as deep as it is indestructible. There can be no other…

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How to Pray like a Child at Play »


Let’s be honest, most of us don’t pray nearly as much as we could. It’s not that we don’t believe in prayer; it’s that prayer can seem so…boring. If you’re like me, you’ve probably gone through seasons where you’ve spent more time reading about prayer…

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GM gets 104 more claims for faulty ignition switch compensation »


(c) Copyright Thomson Reuters 2013. (Reuters) – General Motors Co has received 104 claims for compensation for ignition switch defects in its cars in the past week, bringing the total to 2,430, according to the official administering the compensation program. Through Friday, GM had received…

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Alstom to pay record $772 million to settle bribery charges with U.S. »


(c) Copyright Thomson Reuters 2013. By Sarah N. Lynch WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The French firm Alstom SA has pleaded guilty and will pay $772 million in criminal penalties to settle charges with the U.S. Justice Department alleging the company bribed government officials to win business…

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The Baltimore Sun covers most of the voices in that controversial non-controversial D.C. art exhibit about the Virgin Mary »

The current exhibit at the National Museum of Women in the Arts is, as described in a weekend Baltimore Sun feature, certainly sounds like an “embarrassment of riches,” featuring works by Michelangelo, Durer, Botticelli and Titian. Some of the art has never been in an…

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Here Are The 15 ‘Ailments’ The Pope Says Are Plaguing Vatican Officials »

Pope Francis detailed 15 “ailments” he believes are affecting the Vatican Curia as part of his annual Christmas message, which he delivered on Monday while greeting the cardinals, bishops and priests who serve him and the Catholic Church. Read More ? Go to Source Author: Ahiza…

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Christian Man Asks Thirteen Gay Bakeries To Bake Him Pro-Traditional Marriage Cake, »

And Is Denied Service By All Of Them Say that “Bestiality Is Wrong” or “Polygamy Is Wrong” and it’s not considered hate speech, but if you have the opinion that “Gay Marriage Is Wrong” the whole world jumps up and down screaming “racism” “bigotry” and…

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S. Korea nuclear plant hack: 3 reactors demanded closed by Christmas »


The hacker has been releasing the internal data of Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co (KHNP) in stages, with the latest piece being posted online on Sunday. It came together with a warning of a major leak still ahead. “I can open to the world…

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Christianity and the War for Women »

Christianity and the War for Women

A common narrative in our society is that, by opposing abortion and infanticide, Christians are conducting a “war on women.” However, in a fascinating study entitled “The Rise of Christianity,” published by Princeton University Press, sociologist Rodney Stark argues that the phenomenal growth of “the…

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Rahm Emanuel’s son mugged outside of Chicago home »


“What else you got?” This is one of those strange stories which may take a bit of unpacking before any clear message emerges. It begins with an event which is – all too sadly – so unremarkable in any city or sizable town in the…

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Poll: Big majorities of Americans believe ‘historic accuracy’ of the Christmas story »

It is not much reported in the mainstream media, but some significant majorities of Americans back the “historical accuracy” of the Christmas story, as revealed in the Bible’s New Testament. The manger, the guiding star, the virgin birth – most of the public support these…

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Report: Bishop Coyne to head Burlington diocese »

Bishop Christopher Coyne, auxiliary of Indianapolis, will return to New England to become the 10th bishop of Burlington, Vermont. Go to Source Author: Crux Staff…

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Forgiving My Father For Forcing Me To Have An Abortion, Even When He Wasn’t Sorry »

“Theresa, you need to accept the possibility that your father may never repent of forcing you to have an abortion.” I will never forget these words that my spiritual director said to me. I had been praying a novena to Our Lady of Czestochowa for…

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Saluting the fallen ‘Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord… God have mercy on us’ »

In New York City yesterday: NYPD officers salute as the bodies of their slain brothers, Wenjin Liu and Rafael Ramos, leave the hospital. Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord… God have mercy on us. Go to Source Author: Deacon Greg Kandra…

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Angelus Domini 2014.12.21 »


Angelus Domini 2014.12.21 Starts at 12:00 pm. Every Sunday and on the main liturgical feasts, the Pope recites the Angelus prayer with the pilgrims. Before and after the prayer, he delivers a brief reflection and issues… From: vatican Views: 2673 0 ratings Time: 15:34 More…

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Hamas conducts rocket tests in Gaza, drawing the attention of the Israeli military »

Hamas fires rockets into the sea every few days, as part of its weapons program. Go to Source Author:…

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How criminals have changed tactics after Edward Snowden leaks »


The impact of the Edward Snowden leaks are still being felt Go to Source Author:…

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God’s promise to Israel endures »

In Genesis Chapter 12, God promised Abraham a land of his own, that he would be made into a great nation and that he would be blessed. Many Christians, however, have been taught this promise is no longer in effect. Most simply lack biblical knowledge…

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Nazri dares Pakatan-led Selangor to lift ban on ‘Allah’ for non-Muslims »

On January 2 this year, 351 copies of the Bahasa Malaysia Bible (AlKitab) and the Iban-language Bible (Bup Kudus), which also contains the word … Go to Source…

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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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Pro-choice advocate ‘aghast’ at bad conditions in clinic, but still opposes regulations »

An article in the book The Abortion Controversy has a disturbing quote by a pro-choice activist: In 1989, the Miami Herald ran a story about a local…

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Oklahoma Abortionist Charged with Racketeering, Faces 10 Years in Prison »

By Cheryl Sullenger Oklahoma City, OK — An Oklahoma abortionist who was arrested last week for prescribing abortion pills to women who were not pregnant…

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Pro-lifer asks for help to stop assisted suicide law »

There is concern among pro-lifers in New Jersey over whether or when the state senate will take up a bill to legalize doctor-assisted suicide. Go…

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Salvation Army and its support of Planned Parenthood »

American Life League was cited in an article entitled “Beware the Red Kettle: The Salvation Army and Abortion” in New American for our work in…

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New Dominican law OKs abortion if life at risk »

New Dominican law OKs abortion if life at risk SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (AP) — The Dominican Republic on Friday approved a law that for…

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Many minorities don’t get support to keep their babies, former clinic worker says »

From a former abortion clinic worker, Rayna Rapp, who is still pro-choice: Many minority women, even if they are not poor, cannot count on support for…

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The abortion pill as a form of penance? »

In an article in the Washington Times, author Hanna Rosin quotes abortion provider Kathy Rogers saying: [RU-486 is] not just a pill; it’s a process.…

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103 Women Sterilized, 14 Dead – All in a Day’s Work at One Camp »

India’s sterilization camps: where young mothers are taken to be sterilized—and sometimes to die Go to Source Author:…

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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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Ukraine foils Russian-backed terror plot

(Vatican Radio) Ukraine’s security service says it has foiled a Russian-backed terrorist plot aimed at causing mass casualties in the capital Kiev. The alleged plot added to tensions between the West and Russia, which on Saturday…

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The Nativity and the Christmas Tree are signs of light and hope

Vatican City, 19 December 2014 (VIS) – This morning in the Clementine Hall the Pope received delegations from the Italian provinces of Verona and Catanzaro, which provided the Nativity scene with its terracotta figures and the…

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Beauty, Liberal Arts Deserve ‘Pride of Place’ in Education of Catholic Men

Jared Silvey recently argued on Crisis Magazine that beauty and the liberal arts should play an essential role in the education of Catholic men. More… Go to Source Author:…

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The real war on women: Stealth sterilization in Kenya

True story #5 in PRI’s ongoing series of “How I Survived Population Control” “But I want to have more babies.” Those seven words are enough to rattle any UN Population Fund worker pushing free abortifacients in…

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

ADF legal memo explains officials cannot ignore law Go to Source Author:…

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‘Huge Victory,’ ‘Opportunity’ for Religious Colleges in Labor Board’s Ruling

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) last week abandoned its longstanding, unconstitutional practice of measuring how religious a college appears to be before exempting it from federal oversight, but opted instead for a new test that…

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Religious freedom Bill passed in Michigan

A Bill protecting religious freedom has been passed by the US state of Michigan’s House of Representatives. Politicians voted 59 – 50 in favour of the legislation, which limits Government action that “substantially burdens a person’s…

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Faith schools top latest primary league tables

Close to two-thirds of the nation’s best performing primary schools have a religious ethos, according to the latest league table results. The tables showed that out of the 693 schools in which all pupils achieved the…

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Chaplain reprimanded over Bible use in US Army seminar

A US Army chaplain who used Bible verses in a training session on suicide prevention has been reprimanded. Captain Joseph Lawhorn, who has himself suffered from depression, gave out flyers with Bible verses and details of…

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Tenn. joins multistate lawsuit over immigration

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Tennessee is joining a multistate lawsuit seeking to halt President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration, state Attorney General Herbert Slatery announced Monday. Slatery notified the parties in the lawsuit that Tennessee…

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NYC mayor goes AWOL after Catholic mass

(NEW YORK POST) As cops were being threatened and assaulted and the city reeled over the execution of two officers, Mayor Bill de Blasio prayed at St. Patrick’s Cathedral Sunday — then went into hiding. Police…

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President George W. Bush Plays Santa at Children’s Hospital in Dallas

Former President George W. Bush dressed in a Santa suit to visit a Dallas children’s hospital and hand out toys to patients who have to spend Christmas in the hospital, the Daily Mail reports. One family, who…

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Judge to weigh stopping amnesty in its tracks

A federal judge already has declared President Obama’s amnesty program is unconstitutional, and now a second member of the federal judiciary is scheduled to hold a hearing Monday on a request for a preliminary injunction that…

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Pelosi’s lame-duck comeback

After a tough start, Pelosi earned raves for handling of spending bill. Go to Source Author: Mike Lillis…

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$10 Billion U.N. Climate Change Fund Wants Immunity From Prosecution

Why would they need this? (Fox News) The Green Climate Fund, (GCF) a United Nations-affiliated piggy-bank intended to finance climate change projects around the world, is determined to win sweeping Go to Source Author: William Teach…

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Iranian-American Human Rights Activist Blasts Beverly Hills Hotel

Iranian-American human rights activist and journalist Lisa Daftari blasted the Beverly Hills Hotel last week while accepting an award at a gala being hosted in the controversial hotel owned by the Sultan of Brunei, who has come under fierce criticism for imposing…

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Privacy experts predict a future without privacy

(AP Photo/Steffi Loos, File) Ten years from now, will privacy be the exception? Pew Research asked this and other questions of thousands of privacy and internet experts for a report titled “The Future of Privacy.” On…

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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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Former coach in Ohio rape case sentenced for probation violation

STEUBENVILLE, Ohio (Reuters) – A former volunteer football coach who was convicted of lying to authorities in connection with an Ohio high school rape case was sentenced to 60 days in jail on Monday for violating…

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US Claims ISIS Demoralized by Airstrikes; Militants Selling Christian Artifacts, Using Churches as Torture Chambers

While U.S. officials say Islamic State, or ISIS, has been demoralized by losses it has suffered in Iraq and Syria due to ongoing American airstrikes, reports suggest that its militants are turning Christian churches into torture…

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Obama approves U.S. World War One memorial in Washington

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama has approved the creation of a national memorial to commemorate World War One in which more than 116,000 Americans died, the memorial’s commission said on Saturday. Go to Source Author:…

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The true story of a holy hero

A new DVD illustrates how the roots of Santa Claus are found in the fourth-century bishop St. Nicholas Go to Source Author:…

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Little Sisters continue to fight HHS mandate

Oral arguments heard in appellate court case; order asks to be ‘left alone to care for the elderly’ Go to Source Author:…

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Typhoon can’t budge faith of Catholics in the Philippines

Manila, Philippines, Dec 22, 2014 / 03:07 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The Church in the Philippines has stepped up round the clock rehabilitation and relief measures for the  population affected by the country’s most recent typhoon, Hagupit,…

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Man rams van into Christmas market in western France, injures 10

PARIS (Reuters) – A man driving a van ploughed into a crowd strolling through a Christmas market in Nantes in western France on Monday evening, injuring 10 people, an official at the local prefecture told Reuters.…

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Jordan puts Brotherhood politician on trial over UAE comments

AMMAN (Reuters) – Prominent Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood figure Zaki Bani Rushaid went on trial on Monday on charges of “souring ties with a foreign country” after he criticized the United Arab Emirates for designating his organization…

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North Korea threatens to attack White House over hacking claims

Pyongyang cranks up its anti-American rhetoric and accuses Barack Obama of spreading rumours that it was behind cyberattack on Sony Go to Source Author:…

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Pope warns against sterile egoism rooted in a desire for power

Pope Francis cautioned Christians against an egoism that excludes the need for God in his homily at Mass on Friday, saying this attitude renders our lives sterile and prevents the Church from bearing fruit. Go to…

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Egypt Refers 26 Men Arrested At Gay Bath House To Trial

CAIRO (AP) — An Egyptian official says prosecutors have referred 26 men arrested in a raid on a bath house to trial on charges connected to their suspected homosexuality. The prosecution official said Wednesday the trial…

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PAKISTAN – Peshawar school massacre: Pakistani police arrest a group of suspects

Those arrested are suspected of “aiding and abetting”. For the Minister of Interior investigations are continuing “in the right direction.” Intelligence sources: new attacks in the planning. Thousands of people have paid tribute to the 148…

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Suspected Arsonist Sought in Fire at Turkish Bible Distribution Center

ISTANBUL, Turkey (Morning Star News) – Turkish authorities are searching for a suspected arsonist in connection with a fire that destroyed thousands of New Testaments and other Christian books. The fire started at approximately 7 p.m. on…

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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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US Families Prepare For ‘Modern Day Apocalypse’

Thousands of families are hoarding food and weapons in anticipation of an impending catastrophe, writes Sky's Dominic Waghorn.…

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Sony Threatens to Sue Twitter Unless It Removes Tweets Containing Hacked Emails

Sony Threatens to Sue Twitter Unless It Removes Tweets Containing Hacked Emails Sony’s battle on people disseminating its hacked and leaked emails has extended from news outlets to random Twitter users to, now, Twitter itself. Sony’s…

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China indicts Jackie Chan’s son Jaycee on drug charge

Chinese prosecutors on Monday indicted the 32-year-old son of the film legend, 60. Go to Source Author:…

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It Takes a Family (Not a Village) to Raise a Child

I’ll pass on the unsolicited advice, thank you. Go to Source Author:…

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Underwear thief in China caught after ceiling collapses under the weight of the lingerie

The brief thief, named only as Tan, had hidden up to 2,000 pairs of pilfered pants and bras in the ceiling cavity above his living room in Yulin city in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. Go to…

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Russian women advised to use BEETROOT instead of imported lipstick

Siberian senator Igor Chernishev suggested women who could not afford expensive imported lipstick could opt for the ‘natural look’ or even use beetroot as an alternative to make-up. Go to Source Author:…

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NYPD Declares “Wartime” After Suspected Marxist Black Guerrilla Family Member Executes Cops

Earlier reports stated members were “preparing to shoot on duty police officers.” Go to Source Author: kurtnimmo…

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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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Sharyl Attkisson: CDC Is Tracking 1,400 Possible Ebola Cases in US Today (Video)

Sharyl Attkisson: CDC Is Tracking 1,400 Possible Ebola Cases in US Today (Video)

The left-leaning Politifact website came out with their “Lie of the Year” award this week. This year the liberal outfit announced the Ebola scare was the biggest lie of the year. Of course, the Ebola scare…

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Shameless health authorities keep pushing flu vaccines even after openly admitting they don’t work

(NaturalNews) The shamelessness of vaccine pushers knows no limits. Even when the vaccine admittedly doesn’t work — as the CDC has openly admitted — the mainstream media, drug companies and vaccine zealots keep pushing it on…

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Child tests negative for Ebola at Chicago hospital

(Reuters) – A child being monitored for Ebola in a Chicago hospital has been discharged after testing negative for the virus, the state health agency said on Saturday. Go to Source Author:…

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Vaccines Made From Cancer Tumors Coming To An Arm Near You

Internal makeup of this years flu vaccine much worse than normal. Go to Source Author: Mikael Thalen…

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CDC Warns of Listeria Danger From Caramel Apples

Outbreak has sickened 28 people in 10 states; 4 have died and 26 have been hospitalized, agency says Go to Source Author:…

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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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Iraq reality show brings ISIS terrorists face-to-face with their victims

The state-run show is among dozens of programs, cartoons and musical public service announcements aimed at shoring up support for the troops after their humiliating defeat last summer at the hands of ISIS, which now controls…

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Beth Holloway: Joran Van Der Sloot Tried To ‘Sell Me Natalee’s Remains’

Beth Holloway: Joran Van Der Sloot Tried To ‘Sell Me Natalee’s Remains’ It may be hard to believe that it’s been nearly 10 years since the highly publicized disappearance of 18-year-old Natalee Holloway in Aruba, but…

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Court sides with mom who gave birth while on methadone

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) -- New Jersey can't conclude a mother abused and neglected her baby because the child was born exhibiting symptoms of methadone withdrawal due to the mother's use of the drug, the state Supreme…

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Nukes could be used to destroy asteroids

The ultimate weapons of mass destruction could one day save us from complete annihilation. For years campaigners have been attempting to encourage wor… Go to Source Author:…

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An ancient encampment unearthed at Stonehenge

An ancient encampment discovered near the prehistoric monument could rewrite British history. The earliest settlement ever found at the site, the Meso… Go to Source Author:…

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Kepler discovers new extrasolar planet

NASA’s Kepler space telescope has made its first discovery since being crippled by a technical fault. Located 180 light years away in the constellatio… Go to Source Author:…

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NASA Investigates Manned Mission To Venus

A future manned mission to Venus could see astronauts piloting blimps around the planet’s atmosphere. While most of the recent focus on sending humans… Go to Source Author:…

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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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