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Friday, January 27, 2023

Christian baker loses appeal over transgender birthday cake case

Christian baker loses appeal over transgender birthday cake case

Jack Phillips now faces a civil lawsuit for declining to make a cake celebrating a purported gender transition of a transgender-identifying attorney.
Sacristan killed, priest wounded in terrorist attacks in Spain; bishops condemn violence

The National Court in Spain has initiated the investigation in Wednesday’s incidents as a suspected jihadist terror attack.
Pro-life college students to protest ‘life-ending’ abortion drugs at Walgreens, CVS 

“Our purpose of having these protests is so that we can let ‘Big Pharma’ companies know that it’s absolutely unacceptable to offer abortion at our neighborhood drug stores.”
Prosecution rests case in Mark Houck trial, defense motions to dismiss the case

In the trial of Mark Houck, charged with violating Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act, defense lawyers argued that the federal case against their client be dismissed.
Retired bishop calls on fellow bishops, pro-lifers to stay focused on culture of life

An emeritus Texas bishop is calling on his fellow bishops and all pro-lifers people to focus on creating a culture of life following the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
‘Being homosexual is not a crime,’ Pope Francis reiterates in new interview

The interview with the Associated Press covered a wide range of topics, including laws that criminalize homosexuality and sodomy.
Pope Francis says intestinal problems have ‘returned’ but insists, ‘I’m in good health’

The 86-year-old pontiff discussed his health and possible retirement in a wide-ranging interview with the Associated Press published Jan. 25.
Pope Francis: ‘I had nothing to do’ with Father Marko Rupnik case

For the first time, Pope Francis has commented publicly about the scandal surrounding Jesuit artist Father Marko Rupnik.
Pope Francis decries German Synodal Way as ‘neither helpful nor serious’

In an interview published Wednesday, Pope Francis decried the German Synodal Way as elitist and running the risk of bringing ideological harm to Church processes.
‘I lost a dad’: Pope Francis speaks about losing Benedict XVI

In an interview with the AP, Pope Francis spoke about his relationship with his predecessor, Benedict XVI.

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