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  • Arrested for giving out fruit
  • Before the night was over, an offended bystander had stopped Fawzi and taken him to a nearby police station. The irate Muslim demanded the minor be charged with offending Islam and attempting to convert Muslims to Christianity.
  • ISIS Release Assyrian Hostage in Syria
  • On Thursday, July 16, ISIS released one of the 253 Assyrians who were captured in Syria on February 23, when ISIS attacked the 35 Assyrian villages on the Khabur river, near Hasaka.
  • The Holy League - only for real men
  • The Holy League is a parish-based network of men united in devotion to the Blessed Sacrament.
  • Information And Entropy
  • Top-down Or Bottom-up Development In Living Systems?
  • Curiously, the Koran says that Jesus gave life to dead people; Jesus went to heaven; he is still alive and he will come again. When I saw all these things in the Koran I taught of what Koran says about Muhammad, according to the Koran, prophet Muhammad is not the word of God, not spirit of God he never spoke when he was 2 days old, he never created any bird with mud, he never cure any sick people,...
  • Josephus Misdated the Census of Quirinius
  • An enduring challenge for those reconstructing historical dates for the life of Jesus has been the date for the census of Quirinius because the Gospel-writer Luke and the first-century Jewish historian Josephus differ on its date.
  • Stamping Out Pornography Addiction
  •   Psychologist Peter Kleponis on the New Cocaine and How to Get Rid of It
  • Scientific evidence for faith
  • The Turin Shroud is proved to be a resurrection artefact. See the scientific report.
  • Prayer of St. John Paul II for Everlasting Peace
  • “I will appoint peace your governor, and justice your ruler. No longer shall violence be heard of in your land, or plunder and ruin within your boundaries.” Isaiah 60:17-18
  • Vatican official decries Belgian move toward euthanasia for children
  • A proposal to allow euthanasia for children in Belgium is a “perversion of mercy,” according to the chancellor of the Pontifical Academy for Life.
  • Archive
  • Abortionist Turned Pro-Life Apostle
  • Stojan Adasevic will never forget the day he was organizing the filing cabinet in the doctors’ room. He was a medical student at the time. A number of gynecologists entered the room. Paying no attention to the student crouched over a pile of papers in the corner, they began swapping stories about their medical practice.
  • The Central Event of World History
  • The final 24 hours of the earthly life of Jesus mark the most important event in the history of the world. Too many of us have grown hardened and insensitive to the gospel accounts of the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus.
  • What is Homosexual Love?
  • This article, prepared especially for LOA, is based on two pieces published by Grzegorz Gorny in the Fall 2003 edition of the Polish-language periodical Fronda: “Report on Minorities” and “The Truth Sets You Free — an Interview by Grzegorz Gorny with Professor Gerard van den Aardweg.” For additional information on this subject, our readers may refer to the Suggested R...
  • Pornography – the Work of Satan
  • When I was in grade four, a couple of friends and I started watching porno videos. The father of one of these friends had a whole stack of them. We would watch these perversions and masturbate together. This happened in the 1980s, when such material was pouring into Poland from Germany.
  • The Shroud of Manoppello
  • All indications point to the fact that the Shroud of Manoppello (otherwise known as “Veronica”) originated in Jerusalem. Scholars claim that the cloth bears the imprint of Christ’s face at the moment of His Resurrec-tion. It is probable that both the Veil and the Shroud of Turin made their way to Edessa in Cappadocia (modern-day Turkey) and remained there until the fifth century
  • Saint Edith Stein on the Meaning of Suffering
  • Perfect Love Casts Out Fear
  •   Poland’s Institute of National Memory (IPN) estimates that about one million Poles participated in saving Jews during the period of the Nazi occupation. For offering shelter to persons of Jewish nationality, tens of thousands of Poles were murdered by SS units in the most bestial manner. The main motive for such a heroic attitude was the Gospel’s call for love of neighbor. The ...
  • Human Life: Sacred or Plaything?
  • In promoting euthanasia, abortion, or artificial fertilization we forget that we are only human beings. We are neither gods nor creators of life. We are not an objective fount of knowledge on the subject of human life; nor are we impartial judges. The fate we shape for others can visit us as well. The way we treat others can recoil upon our own heads.
  • Catholicism in North America. Perseverance Despite Hostility (Part One)
  • The Pope’s words proved to be prophetic: upon returning to Canada in 1644, Father Jogues resumed his missionary work. In 1846 he was captured and killed by the Iroquois. Almost three centuries later, in 1930, Pope Pius XI canonized Fr. Isaac Jogues as a martyr for the faith  
  • Forgive Abortion?
  • Lord God, make me an instrument of your love in defending the unborn and their mothers. I believe you want me to write this letter. Lead me—and the hearts of those who read it—to your infinite love.
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