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Saint of the day 20150302

02 March

SAINT SIMPLICIUS

Pope

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Saint Simplicius was the ornament of the Roman clergy under Sts. Leo and Hilarius, and succeeded the latter in the pontificate in 468. 750 more words

Family

I'M A SAINT

If you’re genuinely born again, you’re a saint, not a sinner.

Yet how many times have you heard the phrase “We’re all sinners” in relation to Christians? 285 more words

The infallibility of the Pope is no longer valid for many people, but instead we have the infallibility of the professor

In Europe today there are plenty of people who think they have learnt to do without dogmas, yet it is precisely the freethinkers and the materialists who are the worst fanatics for dogmas. 109 more words

Anthroposophy

Did the Pope compare transgender people to nuclear arms?

Pope Francis who allegedly does not judge gay people has made yet more offensive remarks against the LGBT+ community. Last month same-sex marriage apparently ‘disfigures God’s plan for creation’ and ‘ the family’. 310 more words

Gay Rights

Antonio Da Ros

Doctor Da Ros, John Paul I´s personal doctor, testimony details, delivered to the magazine 30 Giorni (1993) after fifteen years of silence:

“I talked with him two hour before his death: everything was normal”. 307 more words

People

The Pope from nowhere

If there is anything in our time that could match the Celestial Miracle of the dancing sun at Fatima in 2017, it is no other than the ascent… 345 more words

Pope Benedict XVI thanks RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat

Vatican City: A statement on Mother Teresa by the RSS chief Mohan Rao Bhagwat has led to an international controversy. Speaking at an RSS programme, Mohan Bhagwat said that Mother Teresa’s caring for the poor and the sick had religious motives and the conversion was the main intention. 192 more words

Satire