And then there was this, November 2023

By J.M. Glover Protecting babies from abortion after rape is ‘immoral’: Vice president Compassion and assistance must always be offered to women who have been raped or otherwise sexually assaulted. Blaming the unborn child by abortion is not the way to help and heal. U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris justifies the murder of unborn babies conceived through rape. She supported the legalized [...]

2023-11-20T10:41:27-05:00November 20, 2023|Abortion, Society & Culture|

Abortion activist appointed California senator

Oswald Clark: On October 1, California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) filled the seat left vacant senate seat following the death of long-time pro-abortion Democrat Dianne Feinstein two days earlier with an out-of-state abortion activist. Newsom vowed to fill appoint a black woman and named Laphonza Butler to fill the seat until next year’s senate election. Butler, a lesbian, was born in Mississippi and lived [...]

2023-11-20T10:38:53-05:00November 20, 2023|Abortion, Politics|

Pro-abortion Robert F. Kennedy to run as independent

Oswald Clark: On Oct. 9, Robert F. Kennedy, who had been running for the Democratic presidential nomination for 2024 against President Joe Biden, announced he would instead make an independent run saying the Democratic National Committee’s rules make it impossible for any challenger to run a competitive race against the incumbent president. Kennedy is now turning his attention to qualifying to get [...]

2023-11-17T10:05:21-05:00November 17, 2023|Abortion, Politics|

The Devil Made Me Do It

Donald DeMarco: Fr. Paul Desmarais is a Catholic priest stationed in Rhode Island and an authority on the occult. He speaks of what he regards as the two great lies that Satan, the Father of Lies, uses concerning abortion. The first lie is prior to abortion in which he tells the woman that abortion is no big deal, just a sensible solution [...]

2023-11-17T10:01:21-05:00November 17, 2023|Abortion, Religion, Society & Culture|

Labouring under delusions

Josie Luetke: Interim writer, Josie Luetke, Talk Turkey “The harvest is plentiful, but the labourers are few” (Matthew 9:37). Therefore, the labourers often get asked to do more labour than that for which they have time. In June, I was asked to delegate to the Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board to request that they cease to fly the Gay [...]

2023-11-16T11:24:17-05:00November 16, 2023|Abortion, Josie Luetke|

Euthanasia and the churches

Rory Leishman: Nothing can better illustrate the theological degradation of the mainline Protestant churches than their pathetic twists and turnings in their conceptions of murder and assisted suicide. As originally enacted, Section 14 of the Criminal Code provided that anyone who unlawfully kills another person can be found guilty of murder, even if the victim begged to be killed. However, under the [...]

2023-11-16T11:24:42-05:00November 16, 2023|Euthanasia, Rory Leishman|

Ontario school board hides gender transitions from parents

Paul Tuns: A leaked York Region District School Board memo reveals that the public school board has directed teachers to keep gender transitions of their students secret from their parents.  The Sept. 28 memo was leaked to independent journalist Chanel Pfahl, a former educator. It states, “Parents should not be contacted without the student’s consent about any change in identifiers.” The memo, [...]

2023-11-10T11:25:40-05:00November 10, 2023|Marriage and Family, Society & Culture|

Psychiatry society calls for indefinite halt of euthanasia for mental illness

Interim Staff: On Oct. 13, the Society of Canadian Psychiatry (SocPysch) issued a 13-page brief on Medical Assistance in Dying and mental illness calling for an indefinite pause on expanding eligibility for euthanasia and assisted-suicide to patients suffering solely from mental illness. The organization’s board of directors said the expansion for eligibility which takes effect next March was rushed into and failed [...]

2023-11-09T11:05:27-05:00November 9, 2023|Euthanasia|

Sufferers, physicians warn against expanding euthanasia for mental illness

Paul Tuns: Prior to the House of Commons debate on C-314, the Mental Health Protection Act, the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition held a press conference on Oct. 3 featuring three speakers supporting the bill. Anike Morrison spoke in favour of Bill C-314, saying that if euthanasia for mental illness was available when she suffered her worst depression, she might not be here [...]

2023-11-09T11:01:29-05:00November 9, 2023|Euthanasia|

NDP win majority in Manitoba

Paul Tuns: On Oct. 3, the Manitoba NDP won a majority in the provincial election for the first time since 2011, leading pro-lifers to wonder whether the province might reverse course on conscience rights and freedom of speech. The Progressive Conservative government of Brian Pallister, first elected in 2016, introduced what the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition calls the “gold standard” in conscience rights [...]

2023-11-15T08:11:47-05:00November 7, 2023|Politics|

Premier Moe invokes notwithstanding clause to uphold parental rights

Paul Tuns: On August 22, then Saskatchewan Minister of Education Dustin Duncan announced the implementation of a parental consent policy to ensure parents and guardians were notified and gave permission to schools before teachers began using a student’s chosen name and pronouns at odds with their biological sex if the student is under 17 years of age. After a Saskatchewan judge temporarily [...]

2023-11-06T15:15:05-05:00November 6, 2023|Marriage and Family, Politics, Society & Culture|

And Then There Was This, October 2023

Is freedom of speech dead in Finland? Paivi Rasanen is an elected Member of Parliament in Finland. In 2022, she and Lutheran Bishop Juhana Pohjola faced hate-crime charges for the publication of a 2004 booklet which confirmed the biblical truth that marriage is between a man and a woman. A three-judge panel in Helsinki unanimously decided that it was not the business [...]

2023-10-13T11:30:33-04:00October 13, 2023|Abortion, Marriage and Family, Religion|

Stalwart pro-life archbishop Adam Exner, RIP

Paul Tuns: Canadian archbishop Adam Exner died on Sept. 5 at the age of 94. He served as Bishop of Kamloops, Archbishop of Winnipeg, and Archbishop of Vancouver. Born and raised in Saskatchewan, he entered the Oblate novitiate near Winnipeg, was ordained a priest in 1957, and was appointed bishop of Kamloops in 1974 – a position he said he was unsuited [...]

2023-10-12T10:14:32-04:00October 12, 2023|Religion|

Dostoevsky, suffering and love

Donald DeMarco: In the novel The Brothers Karamazov, Ivan poses a soul-searching question to his brother, one that over time has invited no end of comment. “Suppose,” he asks, “that you are building up a fabric of human destiny with the object of making people happy at last and giving them peace and rest, but that in order to do so it [...]

2023-10-12T10:07:54-04:00October 12, 2023|Abortion, Society & Culture|

Dosage Level Death: The stories of killer medical professionals

Joanna Alphonso: Lucy Letby, Elizabeth Wettlaufer, and Charles Edmund Cullen all had something in common: they were all registered nurses who killed their patients. Lucy Letby, Registered Nurse, Chester, U.K. Lucy Letby, a 33-year-old registered nurse in the United Kingdom, was convicted in August for her murder spree of seven babies over the span of two years at the Countess of Chester [...]

2023-10-06T12:02:58-04:00October 6, 2023|Euthanasia, Society & Culture|
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