Friday, January 19, 2018

Audio: Top News Stories Jan 19, 2018

   The Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory BeThe Morning Offering

   Daily Readings

Protect us, Lord, as we stay awake; watch over
us as we sleep, that awake, we may keep watch 
with Christ, and asleep, rest in his peace.

Prayer...
O Lord, support us all the day long of this troublous life, until the shadows lengthen, the evening comes, the busy world is hushed, the fever of life is over, and our work is done. Then, Lord, in thy mercy, grant us a safe lodging, a holy rest, and peace at the last. Amen.
Blessing...

May the Lord grant a peaceful night and a perfect end to us and to all our absent sisters and brothers. Amen






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Thursday, January 18, 2018

The President is in Good Health.



GOOD THING THE HOLY FRANCIS ISN’T OBSESSED WITH ABORTION LIKE TRUMP




Obsessing With Abortion. No, Not Francis….

Trump's decision to appear live at the US March For Life shows once again a handful of very evident facts:
1. This President is way more Catholic than the Pope. As Francis invites us to “not obsess” about abortion, Trump actually does exactly that.
From the Diocese of Bismark North Dakota
{BREAKING: Pope Francis on gays: “Who am I to judge them?” 
BREAKING: Pope Francis says atheists who do good are redeemed?
BREAKING: Pope Francis: Priest celibacy up for discussion?
BREAKING: Pope: Church should not obsess about abortion, gays and contraception?
}
http://bismarckdiocese.com/news/breaking-pope-francis-says
2. Trump engagement in favour of the Unborn is more than a mere slogan, as such a hard pro-life profile is not sure to bring him additional supporters. This is a man of integrity keeping his word, not an Auntie Merkel saying what is convenient on the day.
3. The cowardly US Bishops relentlessly working against the most outspokenly pro-life President since the Gipper show that they do not care about the unborn, and are perfectly at ease with the pro-death agenda of the Democratic Party. This, with the excuse of their socialist-spectacled decrying of “social injustices”.
4. The unborn US babies are, mostly, legal US citizen in fieri. Too much Stars and Stripes for the Democrats and their Bishops, I suppose. They prefer to let these oppressed, innocent US Citizen (in fieri) die, and prefer instead to import illegals from (let us say this again, because repetitive iuvant) shithole Countries, who then proceed to Somalise and Haitise the US as much as they can, perpetuating the power of the Democrats in the process.
5. Thank God for President Trump.
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Trump Is About to Protect Doctors Who Won't Perform Abortions or Treat Transgender Patients




By SY MUKHERJEE 
January 17, 2018
President Donald Trump’s administration is set to wade into its next health care policy controversy—new federal guidelines that would add protections for doctors and health care workers who have moral or religious objections to certain procedures, such as performing abortions and treating transgender Americans or those with different gender identities, Politico reports. Such rules would make it easier for health workers to opt out of services, and medical organizations which don’t give doctors that leeway could reportedly be punished.
The new “conscience refusal” protections from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) could be introduced as soon as this week, according to Politico, and would likely set off a political firestorm. Groups like the Physicians for Reproductive Health network and National Center for Transgender Equality were already sending out missives Wednesday warning that such conscience-based refusals could harm patients and breed discrimination.
The moral objection guidelines would reportedly be overseen by a new office within the HHS civil rights division. This division would be able to audit health care organizations to make sure they’re allowing health care workers to opt out of procedures they personally find morally objectionable.