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Her family was devastated."Show mercy not only to yourselves, but also to him who, being in the higher position among you, is therefore in greater danger.’ But fraternal correction is a work of mercy.
Therefore even prelates ought to be corrected.” "To give faithful Catholics the information, encouragement, and perspective they need to become an active force for renewal in the Church and in society, working to shape an authentically Christian culture in a secular world.""(There exists) A liberal bias in many news outlets – bias by commission and bias by omission – that results in a frequent double-standard in editorial decisions on what constitutes "news." In response to these shortcomings...
But in modern America, as far as I can tell, not many people believe in hell.
I often read newspaper obituaries that say something like this: “On Wednesday of this week Mr.
One of them says he wants to kiss his partner, but explains that he is afraid to, because he is afraid of being seen by others.""The mass resignation of the Chilean Episcopate is ridiculous, shameful and an evil charade.
Müller told the Register that “the statement was ‘very poor’ as it contained ‘no answer to the central, essential question’”, that there can be no “sacramental communion without ecclesial communion,” and that the Pope should provide “a ‘clear expression of the Catholic faith’.”Commentary: Francis is far from being a true spiritual leader in the Church.
in an effort to provide an alternative news source that would cover stories that are subject to the bias of omission...
to bias by commission.""The English edition of Epoch Times launched in September 2003 on the web, and in August 2004 as a newspaper in New York. uncovering stories that have depth and meaning to people.
The original idea was to denounce “discrimination” against those who wish to make a public show of their homosexuality.
Two young men can be seen walking side by side in a park.
"Asking President Trump not to tweet would be like asking Teddy Roosevelt to carry a smaller stick.