Headline News Around the World
- FNC's Tucker Carlson Blasts the Southern Poverty Law Center Posted on: Saturday, August 19, 2017
- American Family Association Targeted as 'Hate Group' by FAKE NEWS CNN, Southern Poverty Law Center Posted on: Thursday, August 17, 2017
- Brazil's Bishops Open Sacraments to Adulterers Posted on: Tuesday, August 15, 2017
- APPROVED HATE: Google, Facebook Help Take Down Pro-lifers? Posted on: Monday, August 14, 2017
I’ve never been a fan of the late Robin Williams. If I wanted Jonathan Winters I’d watch Jonathan Winters. That is not his fault, of course-- I just never got his humor. In fact, I remember feeling sorry for him the few times I saw him interviewed on TV. To me he seemed paralyzingly insecure, as though he suffered from some debilitating need to be accepted at every moment because he lived in constant fear that, for him, acceptance was always temporary. The incessant conversational jokes, harmless little cries for help, always to be met with howls of laughter, made me feel sad for him. Maybe that’s what depression looks like. I don’t know. Poor man!
Whilst the murderous gate keepers of the secular asylum hunt them down to cull them in their mothers' womb, a group of nuns in France have founded the Little Sisters Disciples of the Lamb, a contemplative order made up of women with Down syndrome. This community was founded in 1985, canonically recognized as a public association by the Archbishop of Tours in 1990.
“Guided by the wisdom of St Benedict, we teach our little disabled sisters the manual labour necessary for their development. We live poverty in putting ourselves at their disposal. With them, we share the work of everyday life. The office, adoration and the praying of the rosary are adapted to their rhythm and their capacities. In a spirit of silence, our prayer feeds every day on the Eucharist and on the meditation of the Gospel.”