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Italy banned the Mass, too, and look how Italy's doing. In Germany where the Mass has been banned, 94 have died from coronavirus. France has banned the Mass: 674 deaths. Belgium has banned the Mass: 75 deaths. The Netherlands have banned the Mass: 179 dead. In Poland, the Mass has not been banned. 7 have died. You get the picture?

Wednesday, 25 March 2020 03:41

The Establishment's Crisis

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Has the world finally, conclusively gone mad?  What on earth has happened to “perspective”?  Why have we the people allowed the Deep State to just get a whole lot deeper, and broader?  Now the State controls the elderly, churches, clubs, small businesses, large businesses, community groups.  In short, it totally controls us all. 

We wake on the Solemnity of St Joseph, patron saint of families, to the news that New Zealand is now a world leader in baby-killing.

Monday, 16 March 2020 06:57

Coronavirus and Holy Communion

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The Vatican’s 2004 Instruction Redemptionis Sacramentum stated that “the faithful always have the right to receive Holy Communion on the tongue” (n.92) and that it was never licit to deny Holy Communion to anyone who has no impediment to receiving (n.91). This directive was reiterated in 2009, when the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments issued another clear statement on the reception of the Holy Eucharist.

Shame is the name New Zealand wears this day, after last night refusing any legal right to medical care of our nation's smallest citizens; of babies born alive, in terrible pain, after botched abortions.

Monday, 09 March 2020 08:19

Will abortion end while we allow contraception?

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What does God really think about contraception? How different would our pro-life efforts be if Christians stopped contracepting? Can we selfish human beings be trusted to decide how many children God wants us to have?

The Second Reading of the infamous Abortion Legislation Bill will likely happen this Wednesday night. If your Member of Parliament voted for it at the First Reading, you must ask him/her to oppose it now.