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Why is he being protected?
What is it about abortion that the media don’t want you to know?
What is it about abortion that ultra-feminist women’s groups, who profess to be in favor of “women’s health issues,” don’t want you to know?
Heinous crimes like Gosnell’s would be front page New York Times worthy events if he weren’t an abortionist.
So the only question you really need to ask yourself is this:
WHY?

Why is he being protected?

What is it about abortion that the media don’t want you to know?

What is it about abortion that ultra-feminist women’s groups, who profess to be in favor of “women’s health issues,” don’t want you to know?

Heinous crimes like Gosnell’s would be front page New York Times worthy events if he weren’t an abortionist.

So the only question you really need to ask yourself is this:

WHY?

(Source: fatherangel, via eccefilius)

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The Rite of Forgiveness
After the dismissal at Vespers, the priest stands beside the analogion, or before the ambon, and the faithful come up one by one and venerate the icon, after which each makes a prostration before the priest, saying, “Forgive me, a sinner.” The priest also makes a prostration before each, saying, “God forgives. Forgive me.” The person responds, “God forgives,” and receives a blessing from the priest. Meanwhile the choir sings quietly the irmoi of the Paschal Canon, or else the Paschal Stichera. After receiving the priest’s blessing, the faithful also ask forgiveness of each other.

The Rite of Forgiveness

After the dismissal at Vespers, the priest stands beside the analogion, or before the ambon, and the faithful come up one by one and venerate the icon, after which each makes a prostration before the priest, saying, “Forgive me, a sinner.” The priest also makes a prostration before each, saying, “God forgives. Forgive me.” The person responds, “God forgives,” and receives a blessing from the priest. Meanwhile the choir sings quietly the irmoi of the Paschal Canon, or else the Paschal Stichera. After receiving the priest’s blessing, the faithful also ask forgiveness of each other.

(Source: simplyorthodox)

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Irrelevant?

Catholicism is irrelevant. Nobody cares what they think.
That’s why there are 5,000 media representatives in Rome right now.

(Source: catholicknight, via fathershane)

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