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Pope greets Rotary members at special Jubilee Audience…/1226522
Pope Francis greets members of Rotary International at Saturday's Jubilee Audience - AFP
30/04/2016 09:00
SHARE: (Vatican Radio) Nearly 9,000 Rotary members attended the Jubilee Audience in St. Peter’s Square on Saturday at the invitation of Pope Francis. A delegation greeted the Pope at the end of the Audience. Rotary, which brings together a global network of volunteer leaders dedicated to tackling the … [More]

Gloria.TV News on the 29th of April 2016

The AL text does not bind Catholics. It is not part of the infallible magisterium, which is safeguarded from evil doctrine by the Divine Promises. Never will Catholics be bound to accept the ecclesiastical revolution that is raging today; they must openly resist and combat it.

Acts of the Apostles Catholic Scripture Study Class 5 (Part 2)

Saturday of the Fifth week of Easter
Acts of the Apostles 16:1-10.

Paul reached (also) Derbe and Lystra where there was a disciple named Timothy, the son of a Jewish woman who was a believer, but his father was a Greek.
The brothers in Lystra and Iconium spoke highly of him,
and Paul wanted him to come along with him. On account of the Jews of that region, Paul had him circumcised, for they all knew that his father was a Greek. As they traveled from city to city, they handed on to … [More]

Fake Fotos

A photograph sporadically appears on the internet purportedly showing a
Turkish “official” taunting Armenian Christians. The Oxford University Press
originally published this unusual photograph. It is in actuality, a composite
photograph made up of three different images. The main scene was taken
during the Great Famine of Mount Lebanon where 200,000 souls perished.

Gloria.TV News on the 29th of April 2016

Catholics are called upon again to rediscover the meaning of the true Catholic Church and the one true Faith revealed by God.
"And as in the body when one member suffers, all the other members share its pain, and the healthy members come to the assistance of the ailing, so in the Church the individual members do not live for themselves alone, but also help their fellows, and all work in mutual collaboration for the common comfort and for the more perfect building up of the whole Body."
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Gloria.TV News on the 29th of April 2016

The text of AL clearly contradicts the immutable theological principle of refusing Holy Communion to public adulterers, and to pretend that one may depart from this principle is to pretend that the principle can be changed. Thus, the text does change Catholic doctrine.
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I see that an iconic photograph is being circulated on the internet purported
to show Syrian migrants arriving in Europe. Some of the letters of the ship’s
name “V**ra” have been removed to impede identification. The photograph
was actually taken in the year 1991, and the location was Pier Carboni, Bari,
Italia. To date, it remains the largest single landing of immigrants in Europe.
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Gloria.TV News on the 29th of April 2016

The Catholic faith has more to offer them that they have to offer us.

You bet! Be a Catholic where you can find something for everybody.
Abortion - No Problem... Homo “marriage” - Fabulous... Divorce and the sacraments – Thank you, Papa... But wait. surely there's proper catechesis of the youth that will rectify these issues….right? - I'm glad you asked ------ The Catholic Church is in a mess and no amount of wishful thinking will change it. What's the answer? With a progressive/corrupt hierarchy including a pope who is more worried about the evils of capitalism and climate change than the church's failings, who the hell knows. One thing is for sure. Denial won't help.
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Gloria.TV News on the 29th of April 2016

While the Church needs to breathe with both her lungs, East and West, the Orthodox are not necessarily the bastions of orthodoxy they claim to be. Some of their national Churches allow contraception, nearly all allow remarriage after divorce and they are riven with national and ethnic divisions. The Catholic faith has more to offer them that they have to offer us.