…is a public action to pray for God’s forgiveness for all those who, seduced by their uncontrolled sexual urges, or misled by the propaganda of certain politicians and mass media, have participated in those monstrous manifestations of moral and intellectual decadence, exhibiting themselves in indecent outfits and postures, or applauding those doing so.
It is best to answer insult and provocation not with equal insult and provocation, but with charity and truth, so that those who mistake sexual perversion for “love” can see what love really is. The public “procession for forgiveness and reparation” organized by a small group of Catholics in the Italian city of Reggio nell’Emilia is a small beginning (less advertised by the mass media, and less lavishly funded with taxpayers’ money, than the indecent parades they seek to respond to), but sets an example that hopefully will be followed by many others. And the fact that it has drawn such aggressive and intolerant reactions from the local LGBT pressure groups (which have immediately called for the prohibition of this peaceful prayer event…) just shows that it is spot on.
The Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians in Europe recently reported 191 hate crimes against Christians in 16 European countries to the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) for inclusion in its 2016 hate crimes report. Continue reading
There are various, and diverging, reports in American media that US President Trump will today sign an executive order that would restore the freedom of conscience and religion in the US, a fundamental right that currently is severely curtailed by sweeping so-called “anti-discrimination” rules that are used by sodomites and pro-sodomy activists to harass their fellow citizens, in particular religious believers.
The reports diverge with regard to the scope of the planned order. While some sources say it will be broadly identical to the draft that was leaked in February and has unleashed very aggressive reactions from the sodomy-community, others say it will be somewhat less ambitious. Continue reading
On Wednesday 1 March, A Scottish Member of Parliament turned up to her committee and was met by a colleague’s question. What was that on her forehead?
A man who set fire on a copy of the Quran is the first Danish national charged with blasphemy in 46 years.
The 42-year-old man, who remains unidentified, filmed himself burning the Muslim holy book in his garden in north Jutland in December 2015, and then posted the video on Facebook.
In 1997, a Danish artist burned a copy of the Bible on a news show by a state broadcaster but was not charged.
Some religions enjoy the protections of the law, others not.
An Islamic State group affiliate in Egypt released a video Monday showing the suicide bomber who killed nearly 30 people when he attacked a packed church in December and vowing more attacks on the country’s Christians.
A narrator says in the 20-minute video that the Egyptian Christians are the extremist group’s “favorite prey.” Continue reading
Michael Novak, one of the most influential American theologians and philosophers of the 20th century passed away on 17 February. Novak, who served as an Ambassador under US President Ronald Reagan, and an adviser to two Popes, made his own small contribution to defeating the tyrannical communist systems of the Soviet bloc. Continue reading