As we reported earlier, DC Comics is set to release an outrageous and blasphemous new series featuring Jesus Christ as the sidekick for an “all powerful” superhero, Sun-Man.
Students in Perth, Australia, are being introduced to a controversial new curriculum that encourages children to “explore” gender roles and dress up in religious clothing. The curriculum is called the “Respect Relationships Program” and up to 10 schools will adopt it beginning in February. The syllabus, which has been endorsed by the Government of Western Australia, teaches third grade students to break traditional gender norms through toys and games.
U.K. Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt wrote an opinion editorial published in The Telegraph in which he as Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs warned that political correctness is hindering Christians from being helped in the Middle East, where they are “on the verge of extinction”. This is not the first time an important English official has come out in favour of persecuted Christians; in 2018 there were a number of promising statements and actions from political and religious leaders in the UK.
The editorial of the Philadelphia Inquirer, published on the 19th of November made a comment about sexual abuse cases in the US. It stated that there had been “sexual-abuse scandals at other institutions … including public schools, universities, other religious organizations, the media, politics and Hollywood, but nowhere has the abuse been as widespread and accountability so disregarded [as in the Catholic Church].” Catholic League president Bill Donohue vigorously refuted the statement, citing data that clearly proves the editorial to be unfounded.
All persecution comes from the Devil himself – said Pope Francis in his homily at a Mass he celebrated this summer. He mentioned that the persecution of Christians can be traced back to the original and sole goal of Satan, which is to destroy humanity because humans are made in the image and likeness of God, whom the Devil hates. In our interview we asked an exorcist to explore the points raised by the Holy Father concerning the motivations behind the persecution of Christians and some other topics. This is the second part of the conversation (first part here).
All persecution comes from the Devil himself – said Pope Francis in his homily at a Mass he celebrated this summer. He mentioned that the persecution of Christians can be traced back to the original and sole goal of Satan, which is to destroy humanity because humans are made in the image and likeness of God, whom the Devil hates.
Fr. Ángel Fernández Ártime, General Superior of the Salesian Society of Don Bosco recently finished his four-day visit to the smallest province of the order – Hungary. During his visit, he met with his confreres, lay co-workers, the Salesian Youth Movement, teachers and some political leaders of the country.