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Catholic Church opposes ‘troubling’ reforms to gender recognition laws

The Catholic Church has called on its congregation to oppose proposed reforms to gender recognition laws in Scotland, which it called “troubling”. It also said that trans people must accept the gender they were assigned at birth for the sake of marriage and family life. Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon published draft plans to reform gender recognition laws and launched a fresh public consultation in December 2019. The Catholic Church called the draft plans a “troubling development” and urged its followers to “engage in the consultation”. “The Catholic Church is...
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Woman Threatened To Bomb Catholic School Over Policy Celebrating Same-Sex Marriages

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); A California woman was indicted on federal charges for allegedly making voicemail threats to blow up a prestigious D.C. girls’ Catholic school after the school announced it would include news of graduates’ same-sex unions in its alumni magazine. Sonia Tabizada has been charged with one count of obstructing religious exercise by threat and another count of transmitting bomb threats in interstate commerce. According to court documents, Tabizada called Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School, a private all-girls school in Washington, D.C., and threatened to “blow up the...
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Pope Slaps Woman Who Grabs Him from Crowd, Asks Forgiveness in New Year’s Remarks: WATCH

Pope Francis apologized on Wednesday after he was filmed slapping a woman who had grabbed him from a crowd of people lined up along a barricade. The incident happened shortly after the Pope had visited the Nativity scene in St. Peter’s Square. This evening after visiting the Nativity scene in St. Peter's Square, Pope Francis loses his cool after being grabbed by a pilgrim who wouldn't let go of his hand. The Pope repeated slapped her hand and told her to let go of him. pic.twitter.com/6Qrgh8aZKz— Catholic Sat (@CatholicSat) December...
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Sexual Abuse Survivor Charged with Ramming Crucifix Down Pedophile Priest’s Throat in Revenge Killing

Photo by Josh Applegate on Unsplash / Illustration A 19-year-old man, identified as Alexandre V., was charged in France with killing a pedophile priest by ramming a crucifix down his throat. The cleric, Roger Matassoli, was 91 and had been relocated twice due to sexual assault allegations, had been accused of sexually abusing Alexandre V. and his father Stéphane, as well as two other young men between 1960 and 2000. The Daily Beast reports: “Stéphane’s father—Alexandre’s grandfather—allegedly committed suicide when he found out about his son’s abuse, according to French news outlets, and...
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German bishops declare that homosexuality is completely and utterly ‘normal’

In a groundbreaking move, German bishops have revised teachings on sexual morality and said homosexuality is “normal”. As the Catholic Church prepares for its contended review, the Commission for Marriage and Family of the German Bishops’ Conference came to the consensus that being gay is a “normal form of sexual predisposition.” Moreover, church organisers committed to “newly assessing” topics such as sacraments of ordination and marriage, with another revision being that adultery will not longer “always be qualified as grave sin”, the Catholic News Agency reported. For centuries, Church leaders...
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German bishops declare that homosexuality is completely and utterly ‘normal’

In a groundbreaking move, German bishops have revised teachings on sexual morality and said homosexuality is “normal”. As the Catholic Church prepares for its contended review, the Commission for Marriage and Family of the German Bishops’ Conference came to the consensus that being gay is a “normal form of sexual predisposition.” Moreover, church organisers committed to “newly assessing” topics such as sacraments of ordination and marriage, with another revision being that adultery will not longer “always be qualified as grave sin”, the Catholic News Agency reported. For centuries, Church leaders...
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