By Catholic World News - A July 30 memo from the offices of the vicar general and chancellor of the archdiocese acknowledges that there are pleas from “some Catholics who have a sincere moral objection” to the Covid vaccine because of their use of fetal cell lines taken from abortions. But the memo goes on to note that both Pope Francis and Cardinal Timothy Dolan have encouraged vaccination.
By Paul Murano, Church Militant - The city council of Charlotte, North Carolina is scheduled to vote Monday on a so-called nondiscrimination ordinance. The proposed law would prohibit so-called discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, as well as natural hairstyles... Fr. Peter Ascik, pastor of St. Mary Help of Christians Parish in Shelby, is warning people against what appears to be an innocuous ordinance.
By Micaiah Bilger, LifeNews - During a news conference Wednesday, Jackson said radical pro-abortion groups are trying to silence him, according to the Tyler Morning Telegraph... “The left is so used to the idea of having an activist judge that they believe any judge can be bought, bullied, or beaten into submission or resignation,” he said. “Make no mistake this lawsuit is a direct attack by far-left groups on the rule of law and the right of pro-life communities to elect people who share their values.”
By Ashley Sadler, LifeSiteNews - Ohio attorney Thomas Renz made waves last month when he announced a lawsuit alleging that there have been at least 45,000 deaths connected with the experimental COVID-19 shots currently on the market, according to sworn testimony from an expert whistleblower... Renz told LifeSiteNews... that 45,000 is a low-ball estimate, and his federal lawsuit seeks to prove it.