Thursday, October 22, 2020

'Abortion' is the 'Sacrifice of Innocent Life' to the 'Demon Deity Molech'

(CNS News) -- In a letter to the Catholics of Knoxville, Tenn., about the upcoming election, Bishop Richard F. Stika explains how abortion is the "pre-eminent moral issue of our time," that it mirrors the moral depravity of slavery, genocide, the Holocaust, and the "idolatrous" sacrifice of children to the "demon deity Molech," as described in the Old Testament. In his Oct. 13 letter, "Before you vote, answer these questions," Bishop Stika advises voters to read the party platforms of the candidates running and understand that when they vote for a certain candidate, they are also voting for the party platform and all it entails. ....The bishop then explains that abortion is the "pre-eminent moral issue of our time," and urges voters to consider several questions. "[E]ach week in our country approximately 19,000 unborn children are 'surgically' aborted in the most horrific and painful way," states the bishop. "This number would be significantly higher if the number of 'chemical' RU-486 abortions was counted."

Cahn Ties Coronavirus To The Coming Greater “Shakings”

 In The Third EXCLUSIVE Program, Jonathan Cahn Ties Coronavirus To The Coming Greater “Shakings”

Photos of Underage Children Found on Laptop

Will the Delaware State Police act on this overwhelming amount of evidence? ...walking around naked, Facetiming, smoking crack...creating unsafe environment for the kids... 

CORRECTION: Original title included "28,000 Photos". A second review of the video revealed that 28,000 photos (min 50:46 of video) were on the laptop, some of which involved underage children in disturbing, salacious and some pornographic poses.


Hunter Biden's Pedophilia Revealed?


Pope Endorses Same-Sex Marriage

 AS IT WAS IN THE DAYS OF… Pope Petrus Romanus Endorses Same-Sex Marriage


Pope Francis says same-sex unions need to be legally protected in a stunning departure from the Vatican on the issue. “Homosexuals have a right to be a part of the family. They’re children of God and have a right to a family,” Francis said in a new documentary that premiered in Rome Wednesday. According to the Catholic News Agency, the remarks came as the documentary, “Francesco,” touched on how the church should care for LGBTQ people. “What we have to create is a civil union law. That way they are legally covered,” the 83-year-old pope said. “I stood up for that… (READ MORE)