Archives for September 2013

25 ways to start ending abortion before Christmas

The following comes from a Sept. 16 posting on Live Action News. You’re pro-life. Now tell me; what are you going to do about that before this Christmas? If not too much comes to mind, never fear. I’ve compiled a list of 25 activities and events you can take part in. You’ve probably heard about some of these before, but if you’re not actively taking part in at least 5 of … [Read more...]

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Jesuit Univ. of San Francisco touts career at Planned Parenthood

The following comes from a Sept. 20 story posted by the Cardinal Newman Society. The University of San Francisco is scandalously suggesting to students that being a director at a Planned Parenthood clinic is a future job possibility. The Jesuit institution’s School of Nursing and Health Professions website lists under the banner Careers in Public Health,“Director for … [Read more...]

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Pope Francis excommunicates Australian priest

The following comes from a Sept. 23 item on Te-Deum blogspot.com. Cardinal Pell recently said Pope Francis' popularity with the press was, "too good to last."  That may come sooner than we all thought.  This may send shock waves through the secular media and the dissenting wing of the Church who still don't understand Pope Francis, or that mercy and charity often involve … [Read more...]

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Bakersfield City Council tables pro-life ordinance

The following comes from a Sept. 23 ABC-TV (Channel 23) story. The Bakersfield City Council will hear a resolution approved by the council's Legislative and Litigation Committee, but the ordinance restricting abortion was tabled. The resolution praises groups that want to inform the public about "alternatives to abortion" and points out that the city "maintains that there … [Read more...]

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Love, sex, and relationships Catholic style

On Saturday, October 12, the second annual GotLove? conference will be held at Nativity Church and School in Menlo Park, just south of San Francisco.  GotLove?  is aimed at  youth and young adults (and their parents) and describes its mission: “Our culture misleads many about love, sex, and relationships.  We want to empower people with the truth about love and purity, to bring … [Read more...]

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CDC: 2% of population are men who have sex with men

The following comes from a Sept. 20 story on CNS News. In the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report released on Friday, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that only about 2 percent of the U.S. population are men who have sex with men. The CDC made the assertion in a new report indicating that 80 percent of all new HIV infections in 2010 were of … [Read more...]

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Cardinal Burke: Nancy Pelosi ‘must’ be denied Communion

The following comes from a Sept. 20 story on LifeSiteNews.com. In a wide-ranging interview, Cardinal Raymond Burke has issued an emphatic call for pro-abortion Catholic politicians like House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to be denied Communion. The cardinal also spoke about the rapid advance of the homosexual agenda, the decline in catechesis that, he says, has crippled … [Read more...]

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Public Rosary, the Blessed Sacrament, confessions, and the archbishop

On October 12, the archdiocese of San Francisco, joined by the archdiocesan Hispanic Ministry, the Legion of Mary, Immaculate Heart Radio, Ignatius Press, and the Knights of Columbus will host San Francisco’s third Annual Rosary Rally. This year’s keynote speaker will be San Francisco’s Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone. The San Francisco Rosary Rally was reborn in 2011 in … [Read more...]

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Bishop Daly tapped to lead Saint Patrick’s Seminary

The following comes from a Sept. 16 press release from the Archdiocese of San Francisco. Most Reverend Salvatore Cordileone, Archbishop of San Francisco, announced today a change in leadership of St. Patrick’s Seminary & University, the Archdiocesan seminary located in Menlo Park. Most Reverend Thomas A. Daly, Auxiliary Bishop of San Jose, has been appointed interim … [Read more...]

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How strong unions are in California

The following comes from a Sept. 16 story on National Review Online. If you want to molest children in California, a word of advice: Make sure you have a good union. California has enacted a number of changes — one cannot call them “reforms” with a straight face — to its electoral system of late, notable among them the creation of an “independent commission” to draw up … [Read more...]

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