By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet, Human Life International - The mainstream media does its best to cover (abortionists) tracks. But anybody who follows abortion-related news closely can’t help but be struck by the never-ending string of gruesome, macabre, bizarre, and downright disturbing revelations about many so-called abortion “doctors.”.. A sampling: Abortionists raping or sexually assaulting their patients; running filthy clinics that show not the slightest regard for basic safety protocols; writing bizarre poetry; growling and shouting demonically at a peaceful pro-life protester; twisting the heads off living babies who survive abortions; stabbing living newborns in the neck; throwing living newborn babies in trash bags and hiding them on the roof of their clinics. ….
By John Zmirak, a Senior Editor, The Stream - The movie is part of a franchise built on bloody, vigilante revenge. That’s not as redemptive as the last two films I recommended here. (Brian Banks, an uplifting story of a young black man falsely convicted of rape, and Peanut Butter Falcon, a delightful buddy movie which stars a young actor with Down Syndrome.) Let’s admit that right off the bat… But you don’t always need an uplifting or heartwarming movie. Sometimes your heart, battered by seeing so many evils on the news, craves a different medicine. And Stallone here offers a tincture which in safe doses, rightly applied, can serve a legitimate purpose.
By Micaiah Bilger, LifeNews - President Donald Trump urged nations across the world to protect religious freedom Monday in a speech to the United Nations General Assembly… “Today, with one clear voice, the United States of America calls upon the nations of the world to end religious persecution. Stop the crimes against people of faith,” Trump said. “Release prisoners of conscience. Repeal laws restricting freedom of religion and belief. Protect the vulnerable, the defenseless and the oppressed.”
Two famous names associated with both the United Nations and abortion are on the guest list for the upcoming Synod on the Amazon… American economist Jeffrey Sachs, 64, and Korean former Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon, 75, are among the 185 people invited to the synod, which will take place in Rome between October 6 and 27… Sachs is a special advisor to the current UN Secretary-General António Guterres on the UN’s “Sustainable Development Goals,” a role he played for Ki-Moon when he was Secretary-General.