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Anti-Catholic Agenda of United Nations in the Report on the Convention on the Rights of a Child Comments

No honest, sincere analysis of the response of the Catholic Church to this matter, and the recent heightened actions of Pope Francis, can lead to any other conclusion but that the Catholic Church is responding with a vigorous and serious global response to this evil. More remains to be done. However, the report issued by the UN Convention went way beyond that subject.It intruded into the doctrine, teaching,discipline and rights of the ... Continue Reading

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  1. JOE
    8 months ago

    I WOULD RECOMMEND EVERYONE TO VIEW ON-LINE EWTN DAILY MASS HOMILY OF FR.ANTHONY OF OUR LADY OF ANGELS CHURCH SEPTEMBER 24 2012,WHICH WOULD BE A PERFECT RESPONSE TO THE UN. IN MY OPINION THE TEN COMMANDMENT TABLETS SHOULD BE AT ENTRANCES OF ALL THE CHURCHES AND RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD.BECAUSE THEY WERE THE FOUNDATION OF OUR JUSTICE SYSTEM,AND POPE JOHN PAUL11 SAID THEY WERE THE FOUNDATION OF OUR FREEDOMS!!!!!!!!! WE NEED TO SAVE OUR SYMBOLS

  2. Kasoy
    8 months ago

    The UN is becoming the "beast with seven heads and 10 horns" in the Book of Revelation. The UNHRC (Human Rights Commission) is the policy making body of the UN concerned with issues such as women's rights, LGBT rights, racial minority rights, human rights abuses. etc. During the Bush administration, the US government criticized UNHRC for particularly not focusing on more important issues. Currently, the Obama administration has praised UNHRC for its valuable work on the promotion of women and LGBT rights including contraception and abortion rights. The US, as we all know, is the biggest contributor to the UN.

    Let us all pray that the UN will not become the all-powerful beast that will impose international laws that will force Christians all over the world to "offer sacrifices to the altars of immorality".

  3. Martha Fisher
    8 months ago

    John, wishing evil on the U.S. is not very nice...kinda.... EVIL

  4. Christobal
    8 months ago

    And apparently the UN is hitting the Vatican because the Pope is seen as the Head Guy of the Catholic Church. Well, my goodness, the USA has been called the Great Satan. Great Britain has been seen as the Lion and Russia as the Bear. This must make Ban ki Moon the most powerful man on Earth, Correct, since he's the Big Kahuna at the UN.

    Talk about being a Man of Many Sins. He does take the cake. See, UN, more than one can play this kind of game. Of course, yes, the Vatican has signed on to some of this biz. Maybe a few will now rethink whatever benefits accrue from such a very inbred group of pols versus taking this bizarre medicine, medicine they will never dish out to other faith groups.

    Christ said to turn the other cheek. Also Christ said to be prepared by getting a sword. Catholics believe in peace, indeed, but we believe in justice, as well, and this exercise in bigotry by the UN was anything but just and fair. Luckily very few really take the UN seriously these days.

  5. Eileen
    8 months ago

    John, whoa ......while I can see that we are collectively culpable for the evil in society because of our personal sins and because of the laws made by those we have voted into office, I still pray for conversion and for God's mercy.

  6. Catholic
    8 months ago

    The corporation effect
    Rev. 13

  7. Tom McGuire
    8 months ago

    "My soul, give praise to the Lord; I will praise the Lord all my days, make music to my God while I live." Ps 146

    How does this statement contribute to dialogue and a culture of encounter?

    "After the United Nations issued its concluding observations from the Report issued by the Convention on the Rights of a Child, it seemed an opportune time for some who hate the Catholic Church to pile on. Many in the media were the first in line."

    This statement by Archbishop Silvano Tomasi contributes to the climate that can create a culture of encounter and eventually to a civilization of love.

    "Maybe not all the observations in the facts have been adequately taken into account in the conclusions, so that for example the principle that the Holy See is accountable directly for the Vatican City State but not for other countries where local jurisdiction in the state authorities a responsibility and should implement and punish whoever including priests may have abused children, so that's possibly an explanation but we need time to reflect carefully on the conclusions and recommendations of the committee and to prepare an adequate response, so that the objective may really be pursued."

    Isn't the main goal of a missionary disciple to find ways to be the light to those who live in darkness and the shadow of death? How can we do this in the United Nations? Perhaps there is room for some dialogue on the ten points sited. Certainly I can understand why there is misunderstanding about some of those points. There is much to be done for sure.

  8. John
    8 months ago

    When is the United Nations going to issue a report on the suffering of the Palestinians who are being robbed of their land??? When are we going to see a report on the abuse of children in public school and other organizations????? Or does the UN has another agenda!!!

  9. John Dacy
    8 months ago

    This article does not recognize the terrible wrong done by the Church. The criticism is of crimes committed by the Church.

  10. Tom
    8 months ago

    The hypocrisy of the Gay, Lesbian crowd and the UN have no bounds. The vast majority of sexual abuse in the church was of a homosexual nature. The human abuse of the members of the UN is so large as to be without peers. These people lay in their sin and dare criticize the Church. Satan surely has his hands in this evil, the Gay, Lesbian crowd is his prime vehicle.

    Let's see they want us to give up Jesus for this group, you have got to be kidding me. The sad thing is I know homosexual people, most are very good and loving people, they are the ones who need to speak out against this evil.


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