16 January, 2018

Report: There Are More Than 215 Million Persecuted Christians Worldwide

Report: There Are More Than 215 Million Persecuted Christians Worldwide

10 speeches that have changed the world (for better or worse)

10 speeches that have changed the world (for better or worse)

Canadian gov’t: A church’s ‘core mandate’ must be pro-abortion to get funding

Canadian gov’t: A church’s ‘core mandate’ must be pro-abortion to get funding | News | LifeSite

The Catholic Nerd's Guide to Superheroes

The Catholic Nerd's Guide to Superheroes – EpicPew

Egan: Pastor says abortion clause means he can’t apply for federal job funding

Egan: Pastor says abortion clause means he can’t apply for federal job funding | Ottawa Citizen

15 January, 2018

Trudeau Doubles Down On His Commitment To End Funding For Pro Life Groups

I use the phrase “so-called” because, despite the common erroneous media narrative on this issue, if you look closely at the Supreme Court’s landmark decision, as laid out in R. v Morgentaler, you will see that none of the seven judges found that there was a constitutional right to abortion during all the nine months of pregnancy.That’s right. You read that correctly. Zero out of the seven Supreme Court Justices concluded that on demand, unrestricted abortion was a constitutional right.Despite the Prime Minister best efforts to convince you otherwise, on demand, unrestricted abortion is not a right protected in the Charter.
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Trudeau Doubles Down On His Commitment To End Funding For Pro Life Groups - The Post Millennial

Pope Francis faces a challenging visit to Chile and Peru: Messages of hope and reconciliation will come up against a deep well of bitterness

Pope Francis faces a challenging visit to Chile and Peru - The Catholic church in Latin America

Catholic Reading Goals for 2018

Catholic Reading Goals for 2018 | Maitland-Newcastle Catholic News

Why did Pope Francis criticize the 1968 movement in his speech to diplomats?

MondayVatican – Vatican » Why did Pope Francis criticize the 1968 movement in his speech to diplomats? | MondayVatican

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