Archives for August 2014

We don’t work for the government

Tijuana's archbishop speaks out against demand for "profits"

The following comes from an Aug. 26 story in the San Diego Reader by Bob McPhail. In unusually combative language, the archbishop of Tijuana has accused Mexico's federal government of extorting money from the Catholic Church under the guise of taxation. In an interview published August 25 by the daily newspaper El Sol de Tijuana, archbishop Rafael Romo said new tax … [Read more...]

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Father Pavone: Our religion requires no less

What if government wanted to imprison small children of employees?

The following comes from an Aug. 25 release from Priests for Life. Father Frank Pavone, national director of Priests for Life, this morning released a statement regarding the new “accommodation” to the HHS mandate announced last week. Father Pavone said: “On Friday afternoon, it was announced that the Obama Administration has come up with an alternate procedure for … [Read more...]

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How Calif. will help its elderly

Bringing care-givers under the government

The following comes from an Aug. 22 story submitted by Camille Giglio. Concord: Today while standing with the prayer group in front of Concord Planned Parenthood, a young woman obviously looking for the abortion entrance, was told by one of the employees to go around to the back. Her parting words to this young woman were:  “Good Luck.” As I continued to stand there I … [Read more...]

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Transgenderism similar to anorexic disorder

Why Johns Hopkins stopped doing the sex reassignment surgery

The following comes from an Aug. 20 story on CNS News, Dr. Paul McHugh, the former psychiatrist-in-chief for Johns Hopkins Hospital and its current Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry, said that transgenderism is a “mental disorder” that merits treatment, that sex change is “biologically impossible,” and that people who promote sexual reassignment surgery are … [Read more...]

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Gov. Brown forcing Santa Clara and Loyola to cover abortions

Reversal ‘thrills’ Planned Parenthood - pro-life legal groups fight back

The following comes from an Aug. 22 story on the website of the Cardinal Newman Society. California Gov. Jerry Brown’s administration announced today that it will force Loyola Marymount University (LMU) and Santa Clara University (SCU)—as well as any other religious nonprofit or business—to violate their deeply held beliefs and provide employees insurance coverage for … [Read more...]

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Bishop Flores of San Diego treated for prostate cancer

At USC center in Los Angeles

The following was posted on the San Diego diocese website on Aug. 25. Msgr. Steven Callahan issued the following message this morning to priests in the Diocese of San Diego: “Doctors at the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center in Los Angeles have informed us through Archbishop Gómez that Bishop Flores, while still dealing with some of the after effects of the stroke he … [Read more...]

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Boxer, actor, priest

God was working on this anti-Christian

A Memorial Mass is scheduled August 30, 10:00 a.m. at Holy Angels in Arcadia for Father Stuart Long, 50, who died June 9 in Helena, Montana after a long illness. Father Stu joined Holy Angels through the RCIA and was a longtime parishioner there before becoming a priest. Father Stu felt a call to the priesthood as he was baptized in 1994 at Holy Angels by Monsignor Norm … [Read more...]

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