October 18, 2020

IN CHRISTIAN circles there has been much praying in recent weeks that Trump nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett, a member of a creepy Catholic cult, gets elevated to the US Supreme Court where they believe she will overturn Roe v Wade, and do away with same-sex marriage. But a coalition of more than 60 state prosecutors and attorneys general from across the America signaled in a Wednesday declaration that they will not enforce laws that criminalise abortion, even if the… Read more

October 18, 2020

LAST year it was reported that Ghana was considering introducing comprehensive sex education (CSE) to its schools – a plan that sent a shiver of horror down the spines of Christian and Muslim leaders. It’s now reported by far-right Christian website LifeSiteNews that the leader of Ghana’s Catholic Bishops’ Conference (GCBC)  – Bishop Philip Naameh, 72, above – has gone into outrage overdrive, saying: It is a subtle way to introduce this gay and lesbian thing to our children. We are already struggling to teach… Read more

October 17, 2020

SAMUEL Paty, 47, above, was decapitated outside his secondary school in a Paris suburb yesterday (Friday) after he reportedly showed a caricature of the prophet M0hammed during a lesson on freedom of expression. The Guardian reports that the  history and geography teacher at the school in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine , north-west of the French capital, was attacked by an 18-year-old man who was shot dead by police shortly afterwards. Earlier this month, Paty had reportedly shown a class of teenage pupils a… Read more

October 16, 2020

TATES CREEK Presbyterian Church in Lexington, Kentucky, announced on Thursday that well-known contemporary Christian music singer and songwriter Chris Rice, above, is facing ‘credible’ allegations of sexually assaulting a former male student. Robert H Cunningham, the church’s senior pastor, said the allegations against Rice – known for hits such as “Smile” – comes in the wake of a 2019 investigation of one of their former pastors, Brad Waller, that proved he had abused “multiple students in our youth ministry.” Although… Read more

October 16, 2020

ITALIAN journalist Fabio Marchese Ragona has a new book out that reveals that Eugenio Pacelli who became Pope Pius XII – regarded by many as an anti-Semitic Nazi sympathiser – actually performed exorcisms ‘from a distance’ on Adolf Hitler. Interviewed by Edward Pentin for the National Catholic Register, Ragona, above – author of My Name Is Satan — Stories of Exorcisms From the Vatican to Medjugorje (published in Italian) – said: I have found archival documents with sworn testimonies of… Read more

October 15, 2020

CECILIA Marogna, an ‘expert in geopolitics and parallel diplomacy’ who was given €500,000 ($588,000) by Cardinal Giovanni Angelo Becciù for ‘secret’ humanitarian works in Africa and Asia, used almost half the money to buy handbags and other luxury goods. Emphasising that she’s no “missionary,” the glamorous Marogna, 39, arrested this week for alleged embezzlement, stands accused of splashing out the cash on designer clothes, jewellery and shoes. This sort of expenditure, of course, is usually associated with the men in… Read more

October 15, 2020

CATHOLIC priest Gabriele Martinelli, above, accused of repeatedly raping a pupil at a pre-seminary, as well as being violent and threatening blackmail, made his first appearance at a trial that began yesterday (Wednesday) in the Vatican. Co-defendant in the trial is Fr Enrico Radice, 72, who is accused, among other things, of impeding investigations into Martinelli’s alleged abuse of the boy, which began when the student was just 13, and lasted for five years. Martinelli and Radice were present in… Read more

October 14, 2020

A SCRAP of an Italian teenager’s T-shirt that allegedly cured a Brazilian boy of a rare pancreatic disorder set in motion a Catholic process that saw Carlo Acutis getting beatified in Assisi at the weekend. Vatican experts in the miracle industry decided that Acutis “intervened from heaven” to cure the seven-year-old boy in 2013, seven years after Acutis died of leukemia aged 15. Acutis, born in London on May 3, 1991 to Italian parents,  was put on the road to sainthood… Read more

October 14, 2020

LAST year Adventist Church treasurer Juan Prestol-Puesán, above, gave credit to Heaven’s Treasurer for a good financial year. He told a Maryland meeting of the church’s 2019 Annual Council: We wish to acknowledge our dependency on God for His continuous presence, guidance, and sustaining grace. That “grace” saw tithes rising to over $89-million during 2018. Every Sabbath in 2018, the amount collected in offering plates around the world amounted to $50 million in tithe and mission offerings. Prestol-Puesan gleefully said:… Read more

October 12, 2020

A YOUNG gay man who attempted suicide after being forced to watch a video featuring the now dead ‘gay cure’ charlatan Sy Rogers, above, at Milton Hershey boys’ boarding school in Pennsylvania, has been ordered to pay some of the legal costs incurred after he unsuccessfully sued the school. The case was brought against the school by Adam Dobson earlier this year. In April we reported on the launch of the lawsuit which came in the wake of Dobson being… Read more




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