Treasure of the Day
‘I can’t be sure God DOES NOT exist’:
World’s most notorious atheist Richard Dawkins admits he is in fact agnostic
By Suzannah Hills
Last updated at 2:45 PM on 24th February 2012
Professor Richard Dawkins today dismissed his hard-earned reputation as a militant atheist – admitting that he is actually agnostic as he can’t prove God doesn’t exist.
By Ian Millhiser on Feb 23, 2012 at 11:30 am
As further proof that conservative efforts to paint President Obama as the enemy of religion are a red herring, nearly two dozen leading Catholic nuns filed a brief in the Supreme Court last week supporting the president’s signature legislative accomplishment. The Catholic sisters who joined the brief include the leaders of many prominent religious orders providing health care and other services to the needy. As they explain in their brief:Read More
Thu Feb 23, 2012 15:29 EST
“Whatever the nature of schooling – homeschool, private school, Catholic school – we do not tolerate disrespect for differences,” Donna McColl, Lukaszuk’s assistant director of communications, told LifeSiteNews on Wednesday evening.
“You can affirm the family’s ideology in your family life, you just can’t do it as part of your educational study and instruction,” she added.
Reacting to the remarks, Paul Faris of the Home School Legal Defence Association said the Ministry of Education is “clearly signaling that they are in fact planning to violate the private conversations families have in their own homes.”
February 22, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – An ultrasound bill currently making its way through the Virginia legislature has become the object of a fierce campaign of opposition from the nation’s most powerful pro-abortion forces, who claim the bill would force women to undergo invasive transvaginal ultrasounds before an abortion – something that abortion lobbyists and legislators say amounts to “rape.”
Journey to the Foot of the Cross: Bishop Ricken offers 10 things to remember for Lent
Bishop David L. Ricken of Green Bay, Wisc., chairman of the Committee on Evangelization and Catechesis of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), offers “10 Things to Remember for Lent” as the Church prepares to begin the season with Ash Wednesday on Feb. 22:
Fr. Terry Sawchuk
Some thoughts on Life, Lent, and Mark 2:1-12
This Lent you may wish to adopt a different way of praying with scripture, particularly the Gospels. An especially powerful way involves reading a passage from the Gospel while imagining ourselves to be in the story as it unfolds.Read More