Rights protection

Ortodox Churches And Human Rights Defenders Speak Up At Uno For Protection Of Christians’ Rights

During the 41 session of the UN Human Rights Council, which runs from June 24 to July 12, 2019 in Geneva, the human rights organization Public Advocacy raised thorny issues of violations of the rights and afflictions of canonical Orthodox Churches in Ukraine, Montenegro, Macedonia and the Middle East. The

Mom takes school to Human Rights Tribunal for traumatizing child with gender ideology

OTTAWA, June 28, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — The mother of a six-year-old girl traumatized by gender ideology lessons that parents weren’t told about beforehand says she is taking the school board to Ontario’s Human Rights Tribunal because “it’s an issue of moral conscience.” “We felt that, look, we have a valid

Religion

In Austria, an increasing number of students are attending Orthodox Religion in school

In the school year 2018/19, there were around 13,600 students at almost 1,000 locations. A year before (2017/18), there were 12,682 students at 912 locations. By comparison, in 2012/13, only 10,003 students attended Orthodox Religion classes, while 15 years ago there were about 5,000 students. Orthodox religious education has existed

Ukraine: Raiding of OCU compared in UOC KP with looting Constantinople by crusaders

The Capture of Constantinople by the Crusaders, Delacroix. Photo: Wikipedia The OCU forgot about spiritual things, is interested only in property issues and innovations and follow the Templars, the Kiev Patriarchate “hierarch” noted. The new church structure is more concerned about innovations and a wealth increase by seizing the property of

World News

Moonquakes measured during Apollo missions suggest the Moon may still be tectonically active, study finds

The fault scarp or cliff forms when the crust breaks and is thrust upward along a fault as the Moon contracts. (Supplied: NASA/ GSFC/ Arizona State University/ Smithsonian) Rumblings under the lunar surface captured by Apollo-era equipment may be a sign that the Moon is still tectonically active, researchers say. The

Who’s Your Daddy? The History of Paternity Testing

A publicity still from Charlie Chaplin’s 1921 film “The Kid” with Jackie Coogan. Chaplin was later taken to court by Joan Berry in the first high-profile use of blood testing in a paternity suit. PUBLIC DOMAIN/WIKIMEDIA COMMONS According to legend, the 12th-century priest St. Anthony was once approached by a distraught

Prolife

Abortion is Racist: 61% of Babies Killed in Abortions in Georgia are African-American

Do you ever feel that real life is just too surreal to be true? Racists are now the ones who believe that we’re all created equal and that #blacklivesmatter in and out of the womb. Guess my brown self is a racist. Georgia, which recently passed the Living Infants Fairness and Equality(LIFE) , aka

Hauntingly beautiful photos include silhouettes of couple’s daughters who died in the womb

When Eric and Zandra Wingfield of Sapphire, North Carolina, were planning to take family photographs with their son Samuel, photographer Tiffany Fullove knew that Samuel wasn’t the couple’s only child. They had lost two baby girls who were loved just as much as their son. “I knew in my heart we needed

Family and society

The paradox of happiness: the more you chase it the more elusive it becomes

A suite of new well-being  measures are at the centre of New Zealand’s budget plan. from www.shutterstock.com, CC BY-ND New Zealand will release its first well-being budget this week, based on a suite of measures that track how New Zealanders are doing, including how happy they are. The latest World Happiness Report,

She did it all by herself: Uganda’s mother of 42

None of them adopted. And she is only 39 Allow us to introduce Mariam Nabatanzi, a 39-year-old Ugandan mother of 42. Or perhaps 44. It’s not altogether clear. She has had four sets of twins, five sets of triplets, and five sets of quadruplets. All but the last were natural births.

Opinion

Medical establishment has betrayed children, parents with transgender insanity

I have a dream.  In my dream, hundreds of parents, doctors, counselors, and pastors are protesting outside children’s hospitals throughout America. They keep protesting, not just for one day, but for months. They march in front of Lurie Children’s in Chicago, Boston Children’s, Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, San Francisco Benioff

Why the word ‘Islamophobia’ is a tool of jihadists

 Jihadists are masters at putting people on the defensive, and the term “Islamophobia” is a potent weapon constantly used by them.  Essentially, it shuts down any comment about Islam that is not favorable.  Initially, it is the back door to censorship.  Ultimately, it is to establish the Islamic takeover of

World News

Amazing: Texas couple fosters more than 170 babies in 36 years

Burrell Lankford knows a thing or two about babies. That’s because the 77-year-old has fostered 173 newborns in his lifetime. Together with his wife Leanna, who passed away five years ago, the Austin, Texas, man fostered for a total of 36 years. Burrell was recently interviewed by Texas station KUT-FM as part

Film producer and ‘Bella’ actor: ‘Abortion is not a right, it is a crime’

Actor, producer, and award-winning humanitarian Eduardo Verástegui is again speaking out against abortion. Perhaps most widely known for his role in the pro-life film “Bella,” Verástegui also appeared in the highly acclaimed film “Little Boy.” Currently producing two new films, including the “Sound of Freedom” – focused on human trafficking – and

I have a dream.  In my dream, hundreds of parents, doctors, counselors, and pastors are protesting outside children’s hospitals throughout America. They keep protesting, not just for one day, but for months. They march in front of Lurie Children’s in Chicago, Boston Children’s, Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, San Francisco BenioffRead more

A suite of new well-being  measures are at the centre of New Zealand’s budget plan. from www.shutterstock.com, CC BY-ND New Zealand will release its first well-being budget this week, based on a suite of measures that track how New Zealanders are doing, including how happy they are. The latest World Happiness Report,Read more

None of them adopted. And she is only 39 Allow us to introduce Mariam Nabatanzi, a 39-year-old Ugandan mother of 42. Or perhaps 44. It’s not altogether clear. She has had four sets of twins, five sets of triplets, and five sets of quadruplets. All but the last were natural births.Read more

FamVeld / Shutterstock.com In New York City public schools, students can choose their classes, their sports, and their genders! Starting this fall, Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza is making the Big Apple an even bigger news story by radically changing the city’s policy on registered names, dress codes, bathrooms, locker rooms, and athletics.Read more