By Christine Niles, Church, Militant - In yet another blow to the city of Baltimore, a federal judge has once again ruled in Church Militant's favor... Judge Ellen Hollander of the U.S. District Court of Maryland issued an order Wednesday morning rejecting the city's request to continue blocking St. Michael's plans for the "Bishops: Enough Is Enough" prayer rally and protest... "It comes to me as no surprise that the Court denied this," said St. Michael's Attorney Marc Randazza in response to the court decision. "It does come to me as a surprise that the City's attorneys are representing SMG, too — yet they sought an injunction against their own client."
By Eric Sammons, Crisis Magazine - The Catholic world is abuzz with news that a prominent Anglican Bishop converted to Catholicism. Michael Nazir-Ali, the retired Anglican Bishop of Rochester, England, and once close to being tapped as the Archbishop of Canterbury, was received into the Catholic Church on the Feast of St. Michael (September 29). Needless to say, many Catholics were excited by the news.
By Raymond Wolfe, LifeSiteNews - “Fully vaccinated” people accounted for the vast majority of COVID-19 deaths in Sweden and the U.K. last month, government data has revealed, amid a rise in breakthrough cases and deaths in other Western countries... The Public Health Agency of Sweden reported earlier this month that 70 percent of COVID-19 deaths between September 1-24 occurred in the “fully vaccinated,” according to Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet. Sweden recorded around 130 fatal COVID cases during that timeframe.
By Steven Ertelt, LifeNews - Liberty Counsel Founder and Chairman Mat Staver said, “Governor Mills is clearly discriminating against health care workers with sincerely held religious beliefs. She cannot override federal law and dictate that they must inject an experimental substance into their bodies. The Constitution does not disappear across state lines. All Maine health care workers have the legal right to request reasonable accommodation for their sincerely held religious beliefs and forcing COVID shots without exemptions is unlawful.”