The Supreme Court Justices ruled that the election law that excluded members from the old regime was unconstitutional. Fresh elections could take place in two months. A Catholic Church spokesman says that Egypt now has an opportunity for real elections, free from Islamist parties’ vote rigging. However, fears of a military coup persist.
Pope Benedict’s tireless effort to heal a rift within the Church which began 24 years ago – and finally end the division between the SSPX and Rome – is one more sign that his paternal heart beats with the desire for unity revealed in the Sacred Heart of Jesus. “Father, may they be one. so that the world may believe.” (John 17:21) We add a hearty “Amen” to his efforts. We invite our readers around the globe to join with us in focused prayer for a fruitful result.
Watch the movie trailer for “Restless Heart: the Confessions of St. Augustine” by Ignatius Press. Coming Fall 2012!
Mgr Mario Zenari, the papal nuncio in Syria, describes the human devastation caused by the war. There is the danger that factional hatreds might last decades. Christian, Alawi and Sunni leaders in Homs propose dialogue and reconciliation. UN report blames regime and rebels of torturing children.
LifeSiteNews.com shares story of a man who has same-sex attraction, but believes homosexual behavior is a sinJune 12, 2012 1 Comment
The Catholic Church, in fact, distinguishes between persons with homosexual tendencies and homosexual acts.
ABC News Anchor Robin René Roberts, seen most frequently on the morning news program “Good Morning America” has come clean about her health issues, which will have her dropping out of the view of the camera while she undergoes treatment. In an emotional address to the TV public, Roberts says she has been diagnosed with a rare blood and bone marrow disease called MDS.
The early Roman Empire was a Culture of death. The Christian Church was called into it to transform it from within and build a Culture of life. They lived as leaven, light and salt for the world into which they were sent. “To speak in general terms, we may say that the Christian is to the world what the soul is to the body.” Our situation at the beginning of the Third Millennium is similar.
The latest attacks in the strife-torn nation of Nigeria have only drawn attention to the tensions between its Muslim north and Christian south. Dozens are feared dead and injured after two separate attacks on churches in Nigeria during services this past weekend. The government reports that a suicide bomber detonated himself near a church in the central city of Jos, while gunmen attacked another church in Biu in the Nigeria’s northeast.
Targeting Christian Adoption? Urge Target Corporation to halt fundraising for anti-Christian adoption groupJune 9, 2012 No Comments
Minneapolis based mega-retailer, Target Corp. has announced that throughout the month of June (which President Obama has officially declared “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month”) it will be selling “gay pride” t-shirts with 100 percent of the proceeds to benefit the Family Equality Council