Tag Archives: Religion

Victims of Catholic Priest Abuse- sins of ommission

A little more than a week ago, the Pope of Rome met with victims of Catholic priest abuse. According to CNN  You can watch the video here: http://www.cnn.com/2014/07/07/world/pope-clerical-sex-abuse/index.html: Pope Francis apologized and asked for forgiveness. “I beg your forgiveness, too, for … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day and the religious background

Across the county motherhood will be celebrated on Mother’s Day. Mothers are the instrument that God has chosen to bring people in the world and to ensure the survival of the human race, although the birth rate in many nations … Continue reading

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Murder and the Church

Murder for religious reasons is apparently ok among some “intellectual” and media types in Scotland. Martyr’s Monument in St Andrews has been restored and was re-inaugurated last year. There is family history in St Andrews and so I became aware … Continue reading

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Bible and Evolution

It is quite strange that religious organizations that profess to be Christian, such as the Roman Catholic Church, also declare their belief in evolution. Especially since the Bible makes it clear that God created the world and the universe in … Continue reading

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Rocky Mountains and Easter

  This Easter weekend, I enjoyed a visit to Alberta, which included skiing in the Banff area. Truly the Rocky Mountains are some of the most spectacular parts of God’s creation. Easter is the celebration of the central aspect of … Continue reading

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More on Pope Benedict and the Secret Papers

Pope Benedict XVI delivers a blessing during his last Angelus noon prayer. (L’Osservatore Romano/AP) my February 12th post, I wondered what was the real cause for Pope Benedict’s resignation. He stated “his ‘strength of mind and body’ had diminished and … Continue reading

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Scrutinizing the Catholic Church

I recently saw a story mentioned in my favourite unknown media entity, the Chicago Daily Observer. Is it the unofficial mouthpiece of the Bishop of Chicago? That bears further scrutiny. The story mentioned concerned a Chicago mob figure. A mob … Continue reading

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