Jerry Novotny OMI
October 1, 2014
It is one of the anomalies of Japanís approach to the death penalty that a stricken conscience can bring the system grinding to a halt. At least two Japanese justice ministers have refused to sign execution orders, most recently Seiken Sugiura, a devout Buddhist who oversaw a 15-month moratorium from 2005 to 2006. But Japanís new justice minister, Midori Matsushima, seems unburdened by such doubts.
Nigerian Archbishop Urges Probe Into Alleged Arms Deal
Archbishop Ignatius Ayau Kaigama of Jos, bishopsí conference president, denied reports that he had accused the Rev Ayodele Joseph Oritsejafor, president of the Christian Association of Nigeria, of wrongdoing after a jet owned by the minister was found by South African police to be carrying £5.7 million in cash.
Bishops Are Going To Focus On Natural Family Planning
ďMost people look at NFP as an alternative to contraception, and honestly, thatís not what it is,Ē said Heinzen. ďItís really a proper understanding of oneís fertility and oneís complementary fertility with the opposite sex.Ē She stressed that NFP is different from the rhythm method, which relied on a flawed understanding of a womanís fertility cycle until it was largely discarded in the 1960s.
Lobos Of Death: A Look At The Radical Abortion Agenda At The University Of New Mexico
The University of New Mexico (UNM) is at the heart of the abortion industry in the Land of Enchantment.
Wow: Clinton Global Initiative Partners With Groups That Promote Thousands Of Abortions
The Clinton Global Initiativeís annual meeting took place in New York last week. While the media reported CGIís donations to boost education, HIV treatment, and aid to fighting Ebola, they perhaps didnít mention the fact that CGI also helps fund organizations that promote thousands of abortions. Pathfinder International and Population Services International are two of the controversial foundations that CGI supports.
The Emptying Of A Nation
If you have any wondered what a sharply decreasing population looks like in map form then you need look no further! Iíve found these maps on the rocketnews24 website which were taken in turn from the Nihon Keizai Shimbun website.
Nursing Care Worker Shortage
As the nationís population grays rapidly, the Japanese society is in desperate need of a sufficient number of workers who provide nursing care to elderly people.
Bishop Of Myanmar: Trafficking Of Our Children Must Stop
Human trafficking is a virtual hell for millions of vulnerable people. More than a million people are trafficked every year and around 400,000 women are forced into sex slavery.
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