‘Gosnell’ authors blast New York Times

Newspaper's best-seller list ignores book exposing abortion horrors despite high sales

The authors of a new book exposing the horrors of the abortion industry are denouncing The New York Times for leaving their book off its best-seller list despite high sales. Gosnell: The Untold Story of America's Most Prolific Serial Killer by Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer reached No. 3 on Amazon's bestseller list and the top spot on Amazon's "Hot New Releases" list after … [Read more...]

Heartbreak at Northern California parish

Father accused of drowning 4-year-old daughter in baptismal pool of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Healdsburg

The following comes from a November 21 Press Democrat article by Randi Rossman and Julie Johnson: A Healdsburg father suspected of drowning his 4-year-old daughter in the baptismal pool of a downtown church was arrested hours after he carried her unresponsive body to the nearby police department, police officials said Monday. Gerardo Mendoza Ordaz, 42, stood naked in the … [Read more...]

San Francisco “Gay Pride” grand marshal arrested in triple slaying

Not the first -- or second -- time a grand marshal has been convicted of serious crime

California Catholic Daily exclusive: On November 16, the Sacramento Bee reported: “A Sacramento area teacher who made national news nearly two decades ago when ‘she’ (quotation marks around ‘she’ added) tried to retain her job at a Sacramento high school while undergoing a sex change, has been charged in an Oakland triple homicide. “Dana Rivers, 61, was arrested in … [Read more...]

Trial begins in priest’s slaying

Defendant has pleaded insanity in death of Eureka pastor in 2014

The following comes from a March 1 North Coast Journal article by Thaddeus Greenson: Jury selection is underway for the trial of Gary Lee Bullock, who faces life in prison without the possibility of parole if convicted on charges that he tortured and murdered St. Bernard’s pastor Fr. Eric Freed on New Year’s Day 2014. Because of the notoriety of the crime and the … [Read more...]

A crime in Mexico

Unborn children found in Rosarito sewer

The following comes from a March 20 story in El Sol de Tijuana. A maintenance worker at a water-treatment plant in Rosarito Beach, Mexico, discovered the bodies of two unborn babies while doing maintenance work on the morning of March 19, the daily newspaper El Sol de Tijuana reported. Rosarito Beach is about 15 miles south of San Diego. Baja California authorities … [Read more...]

Nonconsensual abortion

Planned Parenthood protests possible prosecution of marriage-marring Marine for multiple murders

The following comes from and Aug. 28 posting on the almost-factual news page of the San Diego Reader. Statement released following the news that Christopher Lee, the ex-Marine arrested on suspicion of killing Marine wife Erin Corwin and hiding her body in a mineshaft, may be prosecuted for a double homicide if it is determined that she was pregnant. Here at Planned … [Read more...]

The killing, not the sex

Pro-life motives questioned

The following comes from an Aug 12 posting by Rachel Lu on the Federalist.com. Writing at Mother Jones, Kevin Drum poses a great question. Actually, he has a couple of questions: Do anti-abortion activists really think abortion is murder? Or is their opposition merely an expression of their broad discomfort with modern sexual and gender mores? I appreciate Drum’s … [Read more...]

Latin Mass priest killed in Phoenix

‘If there was ever a person prepared for heaven, Father Walker was a good candidate’

  The following comes from a June 12 report on AZ Central. To read the Feb. 21 California Catholic Daily story on Mater Miseridordiae, click here. Phoenix police collected physical evidence from the Catholic church where one priest was killed and another critically injured Wednesday night, but investigators are desperately seeking more information about the … [Read more...]

Woman who saved baby girl not guilty of mother-in-law murder

The following comes from an Apr. 26 story in the Santa Rosa Democrat. Baljinder Kaur was released from Sutter County Jail on Friday afternoon after a jury returned a verdict of not guilty for the October 2012 killing of her mother-in-law. She was charged with first-degree murder after confessing to killing Baljit Kaur, 68, with an ax in their Yuba City home. Baljinder … [Read more...]