PHILADELPHIA — “It’s been a rough week” is how the Rev. Charles Zlock, pastor of the St. Mary of the Assumption Parish, started his 10 a.m. homily on Sunday. It seemed like an obvious reference to the searing trial that ended Friday with the conviction of a senior Philadelphia archdiocese official, Msgr. William J. Lynn, on a charge of endangering children by placing a known pedophile in an unwary parish. But the 120 worshipers attending St.Read more »
Trailer for "Free is Beautiful: Why Catholics should be libertarian," a new book, by Randy England, based on the non-aggression principle and using the scriptures, the saints and the Catechism to show why Catholicism is essentially libertarian. Proves that Christianity is meaningless without liberty; and that the initiation of force renders any government illegitimate.Read more »
A shocking true story of a famous Catholic televangelist who is currently using his millions of dollars, lawyers and the court system to keep a woman quiet by filing multiple civil lawsuits against her for telling the truth while the Church keeps quiet and allows this multimillionaire priest to abuse our "court system" at taxpayer expense.Read more »
A convicted criminal who was serving out his sentence in a monastery has escaped for the second time. He’s asked authorities to return him to prison, saying life with the with Capuchin monks is too punishing.Read more »
The Catholic monks of Saint Joseph Abbey in St. Benedict, Louisiana, are being legally threatened by the government. Why? Because the liberty-hating political class demands that you and I get “permission” from government to make money.
Those wacky monks must have thought that this was a free country or something.
Of course, as soon as government has the power to demand you get permission from the State (some call that permission a “license”), you gotta do business in the manner that they dictate, and through the channels that they demand, and you pay the fees that they say you pay.Read more »
A father has been hit with an unusual restraining order: Keep his daughter away from any religion that is not Jewish. After the girl's parents split up, the father went to a Catholic church and had the girl baptized, CBS station WBBM-TV reports.
Joseph Reyes, 35, had his daughter baptized and sent his ex-wife a picture of the ceremony.
Rebecca Reyes says she only learned of her daughter's Baptism when Joseph sent her the picture, and that he sent it out of malice. Joseph Reyes denies this.Read more »
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/08/world/europe/08pope.html The Pope says business and banking need to have "greater social responsibility". He also says there should be a big political body to oversee the global economy. He uses a myriad of collectivist terms but barely mentions any individual issues. He seems more interested in the bogus common good than the personal aspects of religion.Read more »
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