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Pope Francis in Santa Marta: We often see tragedies in the paper… and simply turn the page

Pope Francis in Santa Marta: We often see tragedies in the paper… and simply turn the page

ROME REPORTS in English

Published on Sep 19, 2017

Subscribe!: http://smarturl.it/RomeReports Visit our website to learn more: http://www.romereports.com/en Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RomeReportsENG/ He continued to call attention to and denounce the culture of indifference.

Santa Marta: Pope Urges Living Compassion, Not Pity

Do Not “Look Away” But Touch

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Pope Francis proposed a true “compassion” and not a simple pity that is content “to look at from afar” those who suffer: take them “by the hand” and lead them “to the dignity that God wants for them, “he explained during the morning mass of September 19, 2017 in the House of Santa Marta. read more

CHURCH MILITANT HEADLINES, SEPTEMBER 19, 2017

CHURCH MILITANT HEADLINES, SEPTEMBER 19, 2017

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September 19, 2017

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San Diego Bishop Calls Faithful Catholics “Cancer”
Bp. Robert McElroy says critics of pro-gay Fr. James Martin are enemies of the pope. FULL STORY

Fr. Martin Presenting Cdl. Dolan With Prestigious Award
Pope Leo XIII Award is given to the person who most promotes the aim of the late pontiff.   FULL STORY COMING SOON

Catholic Farmer Scores Religious Freedom Victory
Federal judge ruled city’s ban over his refusal to host gay weddings violated religious freedom. FULL STORY COMING SOON read more

THE VORTEX: THE CATHOLIC GAY CIVIL WAR – It’s about to blow wide open

THE VORTEX: THE CATHOLIC GAY CIVIL WAR – It’s about to blow wide open

September 19, 2017

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The latest controversy centering around Fr. James Martin and his pushing of all manner of gayness in the Church under the guise of compassion for same-sex attracted Catholics is really causing the battle lines to be drawn in what is a civil war for the soul of the Church. Prelates and clergy are choosing up sides and a large number of cardinals, archbishops and bishops, as well as many of their priests are on the wrong side, meaning the diabolical.

Fr. Martin is spreading heresy, claiming such things as gay marriage is fine and that gay men should kiss each other in Mass at the sign of peace, although to be fair, that probably happens more frequently than most realize when two or more priests are concelebrating, and that’s because of the hugely disproportionate number of homosexual men who are ordained. And that is the consequence of all the gay men who were recruited for the seminary in the 1970s through the 1990s who have since been ordained and moved up the ecclesiastical ladder. read more

7 Deadly Sins and 7 Lively Virtues with Bishop Robert Barron

7 Deadly Sins and 7 Lively Virtues with Bishop Robert Barron

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Pope Francis in Santa Marta: Not praying for world leaders is a sin

Pope Francis in Santa Marta: Not praying for world leaders is a sin

ROME REPORTS in English

Published on Sep 18, 2017

Subscribe!: http://smarturl.it/RomeReports Visit our website to learn more: http://www.romereports.com/en Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RomeReportsENG/ September 18, 2017. He says Christians must pray for their leaders, even if they don’t agree with them.

At Santa Marta Pope Urges 5 Minutes of Prayer for Those in Power

‘It Is a Sin Not to Pray for Rulers’

Mass at Santa Marta © L'Osservatore Romano

Mass At Santa Marta © L’Osservatore Romano

Take five minutes today to reflect on the duty to pray for rulers, requested Pope Francis during the morning Mass at Santa Marta Residence, on September 18, 2017. “It’s a sin not to pray for rulers,” he warned. read more

CHURCH MILITANT HEADLINES, SEPTEMBER 18, 2017

CHURCH MILITANT HEADLINES, SEPTEMBER 18, 2017

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September 18, 2017

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Fr. James Martin Wants Faithful Media Censored
Blames Church Militant and others for getting his lectures canceled. FULL STORY

EU Lawmakers Say Pro-Life Cause Is Violence Against Women
Calls denial of contraception and abortion a “crime against humanity.”  FULL STORY

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THE VORTEX: STOP LYING! So many lies

THE VORTEX: STOP LYING! So many lies

September 18, 2017

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Holy Cow did social media ever blow up this weekend, involving the heresy-preaching, pro-sodomy priest Fr. James Martin and Church Militant. Late Friday, Church Militant broke the story that the seminary at Catholic University of America had canceled Martin’s speaking event at an upcoming event the first weekend of October. That started it. The priest blamed Church Militant, in part, for the cancellation and started whining about it on Twitter. His allies in the Associated Press and other secular media came screaming to his defense. Church Establishment types — like Fox News consultant and Cdl. (Timothy) Dolan mouthpiece Fr. Jonathan Morris — came out of the woodwork, accusing Church Militant of being “demonic,” and the rest is history. And all of this since just Friday night. Clearly, Church Militant has kicked the hornet’s nest of homosexuality in the clergy. read more

Pope Francis’ Angelus Address: On Forgiveness

Pope Francis’ Angelus Address: On Forgiveness

ROME REPORTS in English

Published on Sep 10, 2015

Click here to receive the latest news: http://smarturl.it/RomeReports Visit our website to learn more: http://www.romereports.com/ Pope Francis focused his Thursday morning Homily at Casa Santa Marta on forgiveness and what it means for Christians to be merciful. He said that those who can’t pardon other people cannot call themselves Christian.

“Whoever Has Experienced the Joy, the Peace and the Interior Freedom that Comes from Being Forgiven, Can Open Himself in Turn to the Possibility of Forgiving” read more