My soul does magnify the Lord; my spirit rejoices in in God my savior. For he has looked upon his handmaid’s lowliness; behold, from now on all ages will call me blessed. …
In his brief tenure as the head of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis will break with tradition when he holds a major ceremony in a prison chapel rather than at St. Peter’s. His spontaneity and unconventionality has already earned him the nickname “the unpredictable Pope.”
Three congressional committees, after months of exhaustive research have yielded startling news about the dire effects of health care reform, aka “Obamacare.”
In the few short days since he has been elected as the leader of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis has expressed an openness and accessibility to the general public that has Vatican security concerned. After his first address from St. Peter’s Square this past weekend, many were amazed – and highly concerned with the pope’s straightforward demeanor.
Chemical weapons may have been used in a deadly attack in Aleppo, Syria on Tuesday. Both the government and the rebels blame the other side for the weapons use. Field reporters say there are numerous casualties and a strong smell of chlorine in the air. The use of such weapons is considered a red line to the Obama administration.
The Sisters erupt with cheer and reverence with the news of the new Pope Francis.
“in Argentina we have the death penalty. A child conceived by the rape of a mentally ill or retarded woman can be condemned to death.”
Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio Of Buenos Aires, has been elected to be the 266th pope of the Catholic Church, taking the name Pope Francis.
The array is being switched on today and will become the world’s most powerful telescope, ten times better than the Hubble.
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