August 11, 2011

Religious Left Dreams of a De-Nuked America

Mark Tooley, Front Page Mag

Every August anniversary of the 1945 U.S. atomic attacks on Japan that ended World War II excites the Religious Left to renewed demands for complete nuclear disarmament by the U.S.

The head of the National Council of Churches has rehashed a statement from the World Council of Churches:  “The production and deployment of nuclear weapons, as well as their use, constitute a crime against humanity.”  And he added:  “Such weapons do not protect us from the enemy; they are the enemy. The very instruments devised to protect us from evil are the very embodiment of evil.”

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May 7, 2012
Shrine Gets Relic Soaked in Pope's Blood
Toby Rogers, Berkshire Eagle
STOCKBRIDGE -- The National Shrine of The Divine Mercy has obtained a small cloth soaked in Pope John Paul II's blood -- the only church in the United States to have such a relic and one of three globally, including the... more ››