Come Hear the Story of Chloe Cole – TH SEPT. 28, 2023 – 6 to 8 PM, Stirling, NJ

You don’t want to miss this event. Dear Friend, Chloe Cole is a leading voice protecting children from dangerous and harmful gender ideology. Why? Because as a “detransitioner”, she has firsthand experience of the serious consequences of transitioning her biological body to match her confused view of gender identity. Now, at 18 years old, she is suing the medical doctors who altered her body, lied to her parents, and did not properly inform her of the risks and irreversible effects of transitioning. She is a victim of this radical agenda. Her voice needs to be heard and magnified.  Chloe has been featured in the Epoch Times, Prager U, FOX News, and many other media outlets. We are thankful that she will be joining us for a fundraiser on Thursday, Sept 28, in support of our Get Out and Vote efforts for this year’s election. This is unlike our major Guardian of the Family Gala in previous years. Our vision for this event, and more to be announced soon, is to give you a closer, more personal encounter with our speakers, and to meet our team at the New Jersey Family Policy Center. Seats are limited. Your ticket purchase will help...

A prayer for freedom from porn addiction, with the help of Bl. Carlo Acutis

Originally published: https://aleteia.org/2023/03/28/a-prayer-for-freedom-from-porn-addiction-with-the-help-of-bl-carlo-acutis/ Philip Kosloski – published on 03/28/23 www.carloacutis.com A new online ministry has prepared this prayer to deliver individuals from porn addiction, through the intercession of Bl. Carlo Acutis. Need an idea for Lenten almsgiving? Bl. Carlo Acutis is well-known as a “digital missionary,” who used his love of computers and technology to share his passion for the Eucharist. Inspired by his example, the organizers of Sosporn.org have composed a Prayer of deliverance from pornography addiction. They launched the platform “in September 2020 as we prayed that those in need might be delivered from pornography addiction. It is supported by Blessed Carlo Acutis’s mother and has the imprimatur (April 6, 2020) of Archbishop Jérôme Beau, the Archbishop of Bourges (France), and the Nil Obstat (April 6, 2020) of Dom Jean Pateau, Abbot of the Abbey of Our Lady of Fontgombault (Fontgombault, France).” Ever since the website’s launch, many have found spiritual consolation and deliverance from porn addiction. “Blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God.” (Gospel of Saint Matthew, chap. 5, verse 8) God of tenderness and goodness, through the Immaculate heart of Mary, Mother of Mercy, Come and break the plague of pornography which strikes the world. We pray for all who are...

“Education in love: affectivity and sexuality. How to accompany young people”

“Education in love: affectivity and sexuality. How to accompany young people” 08 June 2021 (ANS – Rome) – In the last two weeks of May and the first of June, delegates, consecrated persons and lay people from all the Provinces of the world participated in three formative sessions organized by the Youth Ministry Sector. This initiative was conceived in response to the need of the Provinces to form and share the pastoral and moral keys for the affective-sexual education of young people, thinking of educational criteria. The participation was very numerous and representative of the various realities: a total of about 580 people across three days. With great competence and skill, Professor Javier de la Torre introduced the participants to very delicate and significant issues on an educational-pastoral level, but also on a personal level. In the first meeting, the pastoral and moral keys for the affective sexual education of young people were provided. They started from a horizon in which there are insufficient models of sexuality education to arrive at principles of sexuality education that envisage a path of knowledge – as opposed to ignorance -, of openness and communication – as opposed to silence -, of attention and...

Homeless people to receive Covid-19 vaccines in the Vatican during Holy Week – Vatican News

Homeless people to receive Covid-19 vaccines in the Vatican during Holy Week The Office of Papal Charities is working to ensure that the vulnerable and marginalized in society have access to Covid-19 vaccines. 1200 people will have the opportunity of being vaccinated in the Vatican during Holy Week. By Vatican News staff writer As the world continues to adopt measures to combat the ongoing health emergency, the Office of Papal Charities, in response to Pope Francis’s numerous appeals that no one be excluded from receiving the Covid-19 vaccines, is taking action to accompany the most vulnerable. A statement released on Friday said that during Holy Week, 1200 of the poorest and most marginalized people will have the opportunity of getting vaccinated with the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine – the same vaccine administered to the Pope and the employees of the Holy See. The vaccines will be administered in a specially designed facility inside the Paul VI Hall in the Vatican. The medical doctors and health workers involved in the process include volunteers who work in the “Madre di Misericordia” mobile health clinic located under the Bernini colonnade, employees of the Vatican’s Directorate of Health and Hygiene, as well as volunteers from...

Church and state in Panama working together to fight Covid-19 – Vatican News

The Church in Panama and the nation’s Ministry of Health sign a cooperation agreement, in order to work together to combat the ravages of the Covid-19 pandemic. By James Blears Panama’s Pandemic Pact, involving communities of faith right across the board standing shoulder to shoulder with the Ministry of Health, covers the entire spectrum of local, regional and national levels. It will employ and extend the Church’s unique access to every community, especially the most modest, humble and vulnerable. The aim of what’s being called the “Charter of Faith” is to advise, educate and practically help via Church and State combining forces to extend helping hands during Panama’s declared state of emergency, in its time of utmost need, until Covid 19 is defeated and finally eradicated. Reinforcing this with a call for unity of faith, Archbishop of Panama Jose Domingo Ulloa said: “Together, we can help our country move forward, re-writing a story in which human dignity and goodness are at the very heart of our efforts.” A vital part of the action and implementation plan is the establishment of a clear channel of communication between the Church and the Ministry of Health, which will in unison implement effective...