Attempt to enjoin assisted suicide law fails

The following comes from an August 26 Press Enterprise article by Gail Wesson: A Riverside County Superior Court judge rejected a request by a physicians group to put the state's new right-to-die law on hold Friday, Aug. 26, pending court review. Technically called the End of Life Option Act, … [Read More...]

Abortion escorts try a new tactic

The following comes from an August 25 email from Helpers of God’s Most Precious Infants: The past few weeks have been difficult, with some people leaving after a short time upstairs, but it is uncertain as to whether or not they were turn-arounds, as FPA also does birth control and other … [Read More...]

Vacaville toddler dies after being removed from life support

The following comes from an August 24 Fox40 story: A Vacaville 2-year-old is dead, not because of the severe respiratory illness that stole his vibrancy along with his breath last April, but because of the heartless action by a hospital in the midst of an appeal, according to his loved ones and … [Read More...]

Mexican government in greatest clash with Church since persecution that ignited Cristero War

The following comes from an August 25 LifeSite News article by Matthew Cullinan Hoffman: The recent initiative of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto to impose homosexual “marriage” on the country has led to the greatest confrontation between the government and the Catholic Church since the … [Read More...]

Not born this way

The following comes from an August 24 Christian Newswire article: A new exhaustive scientific study conducted by two Johns Hopkins University scientists reveals that scientific evidence does not support the "born that way" claim regarding homosexuality or the "trapped in the body" so-called … [Read More...]

Archbishop Gomez reflects on upcoming election

The following comes from an August 24 Angelus post written by Archbishop Gomez: I am still trying to get my mind around this year’s election. People have been asking me: What’s going on in America? I’m not sure I have the answers. But I’ve been praying, reading and thinking a lot about the … [Read More...]

Forcing doctors to perform sex-change surgery

The following comes from an August 24 Catholic News Agency article by Matt Hadro: Following the federal government stating that doctors cannot decline performing sex reassignment surgeries, a group of states, doctors, and hospitals are suing in the name of medical ethics. “The effect is that … [Read More...]

Latin high mass coming to Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels

The following comes from an August 22 Traditional Latin Mass Community of Saint Mary Magdalen blog post: A Solemn High Mass will be offered by the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter at the Cathedral at 555 West Temple Street, Los Angeles on October 1st, Saturday, at 8:00 a.m. 

This Mass is part … [Read More...]

Americans giving up on God, miracles

The following comes from an August 24 Washington Examiner article by Paul Bedard: Half of Americans who have left their church no longer believe in God, leading a surge of nearly one quarter of the nation who have no affiliation with any religion, according to a new survey. Pew Research … [Read More...]

New statues at San Jose cathedral

The following comes from an August 19 Valley Catholic article by Liz Sullivan: Just two days after the Feast Day of the patroness of the Diocese of San Jose, two new statues were blessed and welcomed into the fold. On August 13, at the 4:30 p.m. Mass, Bishop Patrick J. McGrath blessed the … [Read More...]

Court ok’s state restrictions on counseling, pastors

The following comes from an August 23 Pacific Justice Institute news release: San Francisco, CA—A federal court of appeals this morning upheld restrictions on what some pastors can say to minors struggling with their sexuality and gender. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San … [Read More...]

Should El Camino Real be honored?

The following comes from an August Amah Matsun article by Cathy Castillo: A proposal by the California Mission Foundation to have the state’s famed El Camino Real route declared a UNESCO Heritage Site is being bitterly opposed by state Indians who said it would only “honor and glorify the brutal … [Read More...]

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