Yesterday, I published an op-ed in The Washington Times online edition, asking Democrats not to repeat the mistakes of the Catholic Church with Tara Reade. It appeared in the newspaper’s print edition this morning. Many […]
Bogotá, Colombia, May 28, 2020 / 08:21 pm (CNA).- Salesian ministries in Bogota, Colombia, have joined forces to feed the families of the children and young people they serve at the Saint Francis de Sales Oratory youth center, which they run in the poor, crime ridden Las Cruces neighborhood.
In late March, the government ordered a lockdown to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. The lockdown left many street vendors, recyclers, cleaning staff and other laborers out of work.
With the lockdown extended into June, many poor families are finding themselves running out of food and funds for other necessities.
Sixteen unsealed excerpts show that Planned Parenthood was involved in obtaining and selling ‘donations’ of fetal tissue organs from women having abortions.
The governor’s ban makes even church services that observe strict social distancing protocols illegal.
The group is pushing for more information on how money is spent and facts on the spread of the virus.
Malnourished and neglected residents, insect infestations, spoiled food, and a lack of proper safety precautions were included among the conditions alleged in the Canadian Armed Forces report.
Enzo Bianchi, Founder of the Bose Monastic Community, and Brothers Goffredo Boselli, Lino Breda and Antonella Casiraghi were ordered to leave the Bose Monastic Community in Italy and cease all their functions., according to a Decree signed by the Cardinal Secretary of State, Pietro Parolin, approved specifically by the Pope.
Bose Community published a press release on its Webpage on Wednesday, May 27, 2020, announcing the Vatican’s decision, which comes after “prolonged and careful discernment, following the Apostolic Visit decided by the Holy Father and carried out last January.
Singular Decree of May 13, 2020