Military Chaplains Threatened For Preaching Against Sin

OneNewsNow reports on a former Navy chaplain who says that the Obama administration is clearly trying to censor military chaplains who dare to speak out against the pro-abortion and pro-homosexual agenda. The chaplain was previously forced out of the service for praying publicly in Jesus’ name while in uniform. View article →

Vatican besieged by reports of money laundering, plot to kill the pope

Nicole Winfield, The Associated Press – Sat, 11 Feb 2012

VATICAN CITY – Money laundering at the Vatican bank. Corruption in the awarding of Vatican contracts. Even a purported plot to kill Pope Benedict XVI.

The Vatican is being besieged by near-daily leaks of confidential documents and tabloid-style reports of alleged financial mismanagement, political infighting and gossip about who might be the next pope — all coming out at an exceedingly delicate time for the Holy See and Benedict himself.

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Rick Warren Tweets Trauma As The Root of Dogma?

Rick Warren again casts stones at those who would judge and discern while maintaining the distinctives of faith…

“Psychological needs, not theological creeds, make people strident & judgmental.”

“Traumatic hurts create dogmatic hearts.”


Perhaps Rick Warren has it backwards…according to Foxe’s Book of Martyrs, people who rightly judged false teachings were traumatized and murdered for being dogmatic about their Biblical faith.

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Pope Sets Up US Structure For Disaffected Anglicans

(AFP) VATICAN CITY — Pope Benedict XVI has founded the first structure in the United States to encompass disaffected Episcopalian Anglicans who wish to join the Roman Catholic Church, the Vatican told AFP on Monday.

…The Episcopal Church is the official American branch of the Anglican Communion in the US. Converts who join the new diocese, called “The Chair of St. Peter”, will be full Catholics and will owe allegiance to the pope.

Informed sources estimate that initially around 100 priests and 2,000 faithful — out of the 2.3 million Episcopalians in the United States — will make the switch to the Catholic Church.

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