Archives for October 2012

Abortionists’ annual pep rally in Scotland

The following comes from an October 29 posting on the site of the Population Research Institute, an international prolife group. This year’s FIAPAC [International Federation of Professional Abortion and Contraception Associates] Congress, in October in Edinburgh, Scotland, brought together 460 delegates from 45 countries. Most were front-line abortion “providers”, that is, … [Read more...]

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Jesus Christ, yesterday, today, and forever

The following is taken from an October 21 sermon by Father Richard Perozich, pastor of St. Mary Catholic Church in Escondido, 30 miles north of San Diego. Elections are coming up November 6, 2012. Catholics must engage in the political pro­cess to form a nation that reflects the values held by Christ’s followers. Learn who you are, and act like a Christian…. We live in a … [Read more...]

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A well-formed conscience

A Cal Catholic reader emailed us on October 24 about the October luncheon talk given by Father Chris Heath to the Thomas More Society in Orange County. Father Heath is parish priest at St. Edward in Dana Point. Following are excerpts from the talk. (Father Heath’s talk on religious liberty appeared here in April.) Recently a study was published entitled “What Catholic Women … [Read more...]

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San Carlos Cathedral in Monterey revives ringing tradition

The following comes from an October 24 story in the Monterey Herald. At noon, two fifth-graders from San Carlos School ring two massive bronze church bells in the Royal Presidio Chapel for the Angelus, a Roman Catholic prayer that celebrates the annunciation and incarnation of Jesus, as described in the first chapter of the Gospel of Luke. The Angelus — from the Latin … [Read more...]

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USD hosts theologian who compared Mass to homosexual intercourse

The following comes from an October 24 posting on the Cardinal Newman Society website. The University of San Diego (USD) will  host a lecture series by a radical theologian from England who not only supports abortion but has used just war theory and the imagery of the Trinity to support killing the unborn, advocated sacramental same-sex marriage, and even compared the … [Read more...]

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California ProLife Council comes out strong for Prop 32

The California ProLife Council (CPLC), California's arm of National Right to Life, has provided voter guides for 13 California regions for the 2012 Presidential elections with the intention: "We must tell people who the true prolife candidates are!"  All 13 CPLC regional guides feature information about the importance of Proposition 32 in stopping massive and coercive … [Read more...]

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Don’t let any party take your vote for granted

 The following October 24 story appeared on the Human Life International World Watch. In a recent video interview with Catholic News Service, Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia said that the position of the Democrat Party on abortion has “gotten worse” over time because Catholics within the party haven’t taken a strong moral stand and shown a willingness to abandon the … [Read more...]

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