CF writes: “There is a new book using quantum physics by Dr. Laura Berman. It is called Quantum Love and its sound suspicious to me. Is ‘quantum science’ a real science? Dr. Berman talks alot about science proving ‘energy fields’ now. Really? Her book is how your mate can ‘feel’ your negative or positive energy. I thought that was called paying attention!”
The class of 2016 at East Liverpool High School in Ohio was not about to let an atheist activist group to ruin their graduation and decided to take matters into their own hands.
Congressman Luke Messer (R-IN) introduced a bill that will protect states’ rights to form their own “bathroom bills” and prohibit the federal government from penalizing any school that does not follow its recently issued “guidance”.
A hotly debated “guidance” from the U.S. government forcing schools to open their bath and locker rooms to all genders or lose federal funds is now facing a lawsuit from 11 states who are challenging the administrations right to enforce the rule.
The city of New York’s preposterous policy naming 31 gender identities businesses must respect or face six figure fines, is causing new outrage – and ridicule.
JB writes: “ . . . [O]ver the past few years many of my fellow Catholic moms have started selling Norwex, like Tupperware, but more of a house cleaning thing. At first I was intrigued, but the products seem to lean towards ‘chemicals are bad’ (um not when my kids have gotten sick and I need bleach to clean my toilet, but ok), and after visiting their website something just smelled of population control, or the like. Any ideas?”
The Most Reverend Hector Cardelli, local bishop of San Nicolas, Argentina, announced on Sunday that the apparitions of Our Lady of the Rosary, which took place in his diocese from On October 13 1983 to February 11,1990 are “supernatural in character” and “worthy of belief.”
Pope Francis delivered a powerful homily at morning Mass in which he denounced modern day “leeches” – those who take advantage of unemployment desperation to offer workers subpar working conditions without health insurance or pensions – calling this “civilized trafficking” and warning the faithful to develop a “correct relationship” with money.