VIDEO: Politicians can’t defend the shocking abortion bill that would
John Collins Interviews Irish Politicians And Exposes What’s Going On In Ten Minutes – On Gloria Tv
Watch – John Waters As He Explains Why He Is Voting No On The Referendum In Ireland – On gloria.tv
Ireland Abortion Referendum: Are Google and Facebook Rigging It? | National Review
Facebook Bans Outside Ads As Ireland Prepares To Vote on Legalizing Abortion | LifeNews.com
Facebook And Google Shut Down Prolife Voice In Ireland – On gloria.tv
Yesterday, a member of the Dáil (the Irish parliament) accused the Taoiseach (prime minister) of lobbying Facebook and Google to shut down the debate, as did pro-life groups in Ireland…
Pro-Life Prayer Rally Today In Midtown Manhattan For Ireland
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IRISH FLYER – PRAYER REQUESTS AS THE POSSIBILITY OF THE DEATH OF IRELAND LOOMS NEARER
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U2 launch tour with call for ‘yes’ vote on abortion in Eighth Amendment
referendum | Ireland | The Times
News Release: 85 Rosary Rallies to Stop Abortion in Ireland | ISFCC – Ireland Needs Fatima
Boycott U2 Music !
U2 Gets Backlash for Supporting Abortion – On CMTV
Christian Fans ‘Devastated’ with U2 for Backing Abortion in Ireland – On Breitbart
Another Killer Steps Up Again To The Plate
Actor Liam Neeson Pushes Ireland to Legalize Abortion: “We Must Stand for What’s Right” | LifeNews.com
And another who calls himself a man
Actor Chris O’Dowd Supports Killing Babies in Abortions, Asks “Men” to Legalize Abortion in Ireland | LifeNews.com
Three Weeks To The Referendum Vote And The Snakes Are Everywhere – Saint Patrick Pray For Us
Pray for Ireland! Get the snakes out!– On gloria.tv
Irish Catholic Bishop Slams Abortion: “The Destruction of Unborn Lives is Taken for Granted and Routine” | LifeNews.com
Mass child sacrifice site discovered in Peru may be largest in history – (the pagan god was Moloch) – On The Telegraph
The Remnant Newspaper – Moloch Loses a Round: Iowa Governor Signs Historic Anti-Abortion Law
In Canada The News Is Grim But There Are Pro-Lifers
Thousands to protest Trudeau’s abortion agenda at Canadian March for Life |
News | LifeSite
Photos: 15,000 Canadians march for life in Ottawa
It’s a Culture War, Stupid | George Weigel | First Things
While most traditional minded Catholics are not fans of the neo-con ilk of George Weigel’s writings, here on this topic of the weight and gravity of the social re-engineering & politics in Canada, effecting the right to life vs. suicide, he is on the money.
***Corollary Between Euthanasia Doctors And Abortion Doctors ***
Warning Signs: What Robert Rho and Kermit Gosnell Have in Common
A New York Doctors Guide On How To Legally Starve A Mentally Ill Patient to Death
*** The post-mortem on Alfie continues in a huge portion of the world that woke up to what Euthanasia really is !!! ***
Euthanasia – Alfie Evans should’ve turned 2 today, but UK’s legal and health system killed him | LifeSite
Private funeral for Alfie Evans to be held (today) Monday | News | LifeSite
Hundreds of Tearful Supporters of Alfie Evans Line the Streets to Say Goodbye Before His Funeral | LifeNews.com
No Autopsy Will be Done on Alfie Evans Before He’s Buried Despite Controversy Surrounding His Death | LifeNews.com
Pleading for Alfie’s Life
Vatican: A behind-the-scenes look at desperate attempts to save Alfie Evans – By Juliana Freitag On CMTV
Vatican Secretary of State: It was ‘incomprehensible’ to block Alfie Evans’ removal to Italy | News | LifeSite
Alfie Evans: So much for ‘your body, your choice’ | LifeSite
Christian Legal Group That Helped Alfie Evans’ Parents Faces Government Investigation | LifeNews.com
Open letter to UK bishops: Your response to Alfie Evans was an ‘abject failure’ | News | LifeSite
The nephew of a renowned German Catholic philosopher and fierce opponent of Hitler, Dietrich von Hildebrand (1889-1977), has written an open letter to the bishops of England and Wales denouncing their response to Alfie Evans as an “abject failure.”
Pope Francis one week after Alfie Evans’ death: ‘all possible assistance’ must be given to dying | News | LifeSite
AMA Rebuffs Advocates of Physician-Assisted Suicide – Crisis Magazine
Euthanasia – 13-Year-Old Wakes Up as Doctors Prepare to Harvest His Expensive Organs | LifeNews.com
Imagining a New ‘Death Machine’ to Commit Suicide – American TFP
Nurse Euthanized 100 Patients, Maybe More But He Can’t Remember How Many He Killed | LifeNews.com
Motherhood: Natural Vocation of Woman – Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites
Mother & child
From the Acts of the Apostles 5:12-32 The apostles in the primitive Church
Through the hands of the apostles, many signs and wonders occurred among the people. By mutual agreement they used to meet in Solomon’s Portico. No one else dared to join them, despite the fact that the people held them in great esteem. Nevertheless more and more believers, men and women in great numbers, were continually added to the Lord. The people carried the sick into the streets and laid them on cots and mattresses, so that when Peter passed by at least his shadow might fall on one or another of them. Crowds from the towns around Jerusalem would gather, too, bringing their sick and those who were troubled by unclean spirits, all of whom were cured.
The high priest and all his supporters (that is, the party of the Sadducees), filled with jealousy, arrested the apostles and threw them into the public jail. During the night, however, an angel of the Lord opened the gates of the jail, led them forth, and said, “Go out now and take your place in the temple precincts and preach to the people all about this new life.” Accordingly they went into the temple at dawn and resumed their teaching.
When the high priest and his supporters arrived they convoked the Sanhedrin, the full council of the elders of Israel. They sent word to the jail that the prisoners were to be brought in. But when the temple guard got to the jail they could not find them, and hurried back with the report, “We found the jail securely locked and the guards at their posts outside the gates, but when we opened it we found no one inside.”
On hearing this report, the captain of the temple guard and the high priests did not know what to make of the affair. Someone then came up to them, pointing out, “Look, there! Those men you put in jail are standing over there in the temple, teaching the people.” At that, the captain went off with the guard and brought them in, but without any show of force, for fear of being stoned by the crowd. When they had led them in and made them stand before the Sanhedrin, the high priest began the interrogation in this way: “We gave you strict orders not to teach about that name, yet you have filled Jerusalem with your teaching and are determined to make us responsible for that man’s blood.” To this, Peter and the apostles replied: “Better for us to obey God than men! The God of our fathers has raised up Jesus whom you put to death, hanging him on a tree. He whom God has exalted at his right hand as ruler and savior is to bring repentance to Israel and forgiveness of sins. We testify to this. So too does the Holy Spirit, whom God has given to those that obey him.”
From a homily by Saint John Chrysostom, bishop Make known to us, Lord, the one you choose
In those days, Peter, stood up in the midst of the disciples and said… As the fiery spirit to whom the flock was entrusted by Christ and as the leader in the band of the apostles, Peter always took the initiative in speaking: My brothers, we must choose from among our number. He left the decision to the whole body, at once augmenting the honor of those elected and avoiding any suspicion of partiality. For such great occasions can easily lead to trouble.
Did not Peter then have the right to make the choice himself? Certainly he had the right, but he did not want to give the appearance of showing special favor to anyone. Besides he was not yet endowed with the Spirit. And they nominated two, we read, Joseph, who was called Barsabbas and surnamed Justus, and Matthias. He himself did not nominate them; all present did. But it was he who brought the issue forward, pointing out that it was not his own idea but had been suggested to him by a scriptural prophecy. So he was speaking not as a teacher but as an interpreter.
So, he goes on, we must choose from those men who lived in our company. Notice how insistent he is that they should be eyewitnesses. Even though the Spirit would come to ratify the choice, Peter regards this prior qualification as most important.
Those who lived in our company, to continue the passage, all through the time when the Lord Jesus came and went among us. He refers to those who had dwelt with Jesus, not just those who had been his disciples. For of course from the very beginning many had followed him. Notice how it is written that Peter himself was one of the two who had listened to John, and followed Jesus.
All through the time when the Lord Jesus came and went among us, to continue further, beginning with the baptism of John – rightly so, because no one knew what had happened before that time, although they were to know of it later through the Spirit.
Up to the day, Peter added, on which he was taken up from us – one of these must be made a witness along with us of his resurrection. He did not say “a witness of the rest of his actions” but only a witness of the resurrection. That witness would be more believable who could declare that he who ate and drank and was crucified also rose from the dead. He needed to be a witness not of the times before or after that event, and not of the signs and wonders, but only of the resurrection itself. For the rest happened by general admission, openly; but the resurrection took place secretly, and was known to these men only.
And they all prayed together, saying: You, Lord, know the hearts of men; make your choice known to us. You, not we. Appropriately they said that he knew the hearts of men, because the choice was to be made by him, not by others.
They spoke with such confidence, because someone had to be appointed. They did not say “choose” but make known to us the chosen one; the one you choose, they said, fully aware that everything was preordained by God. They then drew lots. For they did not think themselves worthy to make the choice of their own accord, and therefore they wanted some sign for their instruction.