Saint Valentine’s Day is a good time to remind ourselves that human love is an imitation, a reflection, of the divine love that created all […]
In the Gospel this Sunday, we see the healing of a leper (this means you and me). In Scripture, leprosy describes more than just a physical affliction; it is a metaphor for sin as well. Obviously leprosy itself is not sin, but its effects are similar
Interesting, that, coming from the Dems. Just a little irony there. Or maybe this is hypocritical. Oh wait! What’s this? Ilhan Omar is now the U.S. House of Representatives Vice Chair of the Foreign Affairs Subcommittee. Ilhan Omar is the … Continue reading →
CNA Staff, Feb 13, 2021 / 04:58 pm (CNA).- Catholic leaders and human rights advocates have expressed concern over a bill that would legalize physician-assisted suicide in Ireland.
The Dying with Dignity 2020 bill has received opposition from the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission, as well as the Council for Life and the Consultative Group on Bioethics at the Catholic Bishops’ Conference.
The legislation was introduced in September and has received support from Sinn Féin, the Social Democrats, and the Labour Party.
We see apoplectic power plays from the church hierarchy enforcing the absolutely silent and therefore absolute non-blessing of ashes for Ash Wednesday (when nothing – nihil – is pronounced). No one will hear anything about sin in this ashes rite. … Continue reading →
This CCC advertisement was published in the National Post and Toronto Sun on February 13, 2021.
MAiD (euthanasia and assisted suicide) was sold to Canadians as an act of compassion to relieve the suffering of the terminally ill, but it has led to abuses.
Alan Nichols died by MAiD because of depression. Alan’s family begged the doctors to re-evaluate their decision as they knew Alan was just experiencing a relapse of his depression.
Washington D.C., Feb 13, 2021 / 02:30 pm (CNA).- Former President Donald Trump has once again been acquitted by the Senate in an impeachment trial.
The Senate voted 57-43 on Saturday, February 13 to acquit Trump of the charge of “incitement of insurrection.” While this represents a majority of senators, this number is ten votes short of the two-thirds majority of votes required to convict.
The trial came to an abrupt end on Saturday afternoon after the Senate decided to not call forth any witnesses.