Daily Archives: January 11, 2012

Greece classifies paedophilia as a disability entitled to state benefits!

H/T Deacon Nick (Protect the Pope) Now we know: the world  has gone mad as according to the Huffington Post the line between physical disability and perceived disability, has been forever blurred in Greece. The Greek government has classified paedophilia,with other … Continue reading

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VATICAN CITY, 11 JAN 2012  – Jesus’ prayer during the Last Supper was the theme of Benedict XVI’s catechesis during his general audience, which was held this morning in the Paul VI Hall in the presence of 4,000 faithful. The … Continue reading

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A Catholic Bishop as Scientist: Nicolas Steno, Geologist, Biologist and Paleontologist

Dear friends, you must have noticed that today’s google doodle shows a quite funny picture featuring the strata of the earth. But only by chance I got to know just a short moment ago that this is done in honour … Continue reading

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Pope Benedict: Gay marriage a threat to humanity’s future

(Reuters) – Pope Benedict said Monday that gay marriage was one of several threats to the traditional family that undermined “the future of humanity itself.” No thanks! The pope made some of his strongest comments against gay marriage in a … Continue reading

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St. Aelred of Rievaulx and St. Benet Biscop

St. Aelred is celebrated by the English Benedictine Congregation today (11th) as the 12th is the celebration of another Benedictine Saint- St. Benet Biscop. Aelred of Rievaulx (c. 1109-1167) like the sun at noonday he spread still more widely the … Continue reading

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