Pro-abortion UNFPA receives $390,680,202 from Liberals

Further to my previous entries (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3) on the tax dollars doled out for ‘reproductive rights’, I will now focus on individual organizations that advocate/promote ‘reproductive rights’, code word for abortion. Today’s numbers are for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

UNFPA received $390,680,202 from the Liberals during Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s first term in office.

UNFPA says they do not promote or provide abortion services. According to ADF International, UNFPA does promote abortion.

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US censures 13 former Salvadoran soldiers for 1989 killing of Jesuits

Washington D.C., Jan 29, 2020 / 06:01 pm (CNA).- The US Department of State announced Wednesday the designation of 13 former Salvadoran military officials for their involvement in the November 1989 extrajudicial killing of six Jesuit priests and two others.

The 13 former soldiers will be ineligible for entry into the US.

“The United States supports the ongoing accountability, reconciliation, and peace efforts in El Salvador,” Mike Pompeo, US Secretary of State, said Jan. 29. “We value our ongoing working relationship with the Salvadoran Armed Forces, but will continue to use all available tools and authorities, as appropriate, to address human rights violations and abuses around the world no matter when they occurred or who perpetrated them.”

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Bishops oppose ‘public charge’ rule change as Supreme Court lifts injunction

Washington D.C., Jan 29, 2020 / 05:00 pm (CNA).- The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops have spoken out against a Supreme Court decision permitting a new “public charge” rule to go into effect. A statement released Wednesday said the new rule limits access to public benefits for poor immigrants and is antithetical to Catholic teachings to love and serve the needy. 

On Jan. 28, the Supreme Court decided in a 5-4 vote to allow the Trump administration’s “public charge” to go into effect, even as various lawsuits over the legality of the rule are still being decided. The decision overturned a nation-wide injunction by a federal court in New York which is hearing several consolidated suits against the change. 

In August 2019, the Trump administration announced changes to how a person is determined to be a “public charge,” someone who is primarily dependent on government assistance. An immigrant who is found to be a public charge can be denied permanent residency.

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20 Reasons to Attend the Traditional Latin Mass in 2020

“The virtue of religion gives to God that which we owe Him, and we owe Him what He has inspired us in our tradition to give Him.”

– Dr. Peter Kwasniewski

Many books, articles, podcasts, YouTube videos, homilies, and lectures have been produced and published on this topic, but as the calendar has turned to 2020, I wanted to write a concise and well researched list of twenty reasons to make the switch to the traditional Latin Mass in the New Year. As Latin Mass parishes grow while others shrink and the faithful continue to turn toward tradition, hopefully you will find this list useful! Just as there are infinite reasons to attend the traditional Latin Mass, let there be infinite sources of information that record them all.

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ASK FATHER: Father had his dog with him at the altar during Mass

From a reader…

QUAERITUR:

Hi Father-     I attended an N.O. Mass this morning, along with about 50 others, and I was shocked to see the priest allow his dog on the altar!  During the sermon, the priest stopped, looked up and asked if the sound coming from outside the church was his dog barking.  Some people in the back said yes.  (Helloooooo, the Mass?)  I barely heard it, but apparently the dog barked a couple times.   He then told them to let the dog in, and “it would be okay.  The dog would just come down to the altar.”  (That’s “okay?”)  So someone let the dog in, and pretty soon, an older golden retriever came down a side aisle and went right up ONTO the altar. The dog did its thing, sniffing around, chasing its tail a couple times, and then plopping down next to the priest who started with consecration as though nothing was out of the norm.  At one point, the dog sat up and barked once at something he saw in the congregation.  He roamed around while on the altar, and stepped off the altar to lie in the main aisle at one point.  At the recession, he followed the priest out, and when I exited, I noticed parishioners petting the dog in the back, and giving him all kinds of attention.

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