April 30, 2012 Leave a comment
Is not just for robots.
Read about the abomonation possibility here.
And our Bishop Brian Marsh weighs in:
Bishop Brian R. Marsh, the president of the House of Bishops of the Anglican Church in America, a traditional Anglican church that is not part of the Anglican Communion, said his church gained five additional parishes in New Hampshire within a year of Robinson’s election.
The whole piece is here.
April 30, 2012 1 Comment
The Westminster Record reports…
An abortion clinic in Ealing was once the site of a prayer chapel, founded and developed by Christian healer Dorothy Kerin.
Kerin, who was herself healed from a serious illness by a deeply religious mystical experience, responded to a vision of the Virgin Mary by founding Chapel House for prayer on Mattock Lane in the late 1920s.
The prayer chapel became part of Kerin’s first residential home of healing. The home is now part a complete that includes Marie Stopes International, one of the largest abortion providers in the UK.
The connection between the place of prayer and Marie Stopes International has caused distress for many people including members of the Catholic community.
Bishop Alan Hopes, Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster said “The fact the Chapel House was founded as a house of prayer and healing, and is now home to an abortion provider is a tragic betrayal of the life and mission of Dorothy Kerin.”
Judgment will come.
Australian billionaire Clive Palmer plans to build a 21st-century version of the Titanic with the help of a Chinese shipyard, with the cruise ship’s maiden voyage from England to North America scheduled in late 2016.
Palmer said he had invited the Chinese navy to escort Titanic II on its maiden voyage to New York, according to an e- mailed statement. The initial pact with China’s CSC Jinling Shipyard also includes plans for a fleet of luxury liners.
The original Titanic sank after hitting an iceberg in the Atlantic on April 15, 1912, costing the lives of 1,514 passengers and crew, according to the statement. Mining magnate Palmer, 58, has a fortune of A$5.05 billion ($5.3 billion) and was Australia’s fifth-richest person, according to BRW magazine estimates in May.
“It will be every bit as luxurious as the original Titanic but of course it will have state-of-the-art 21st century technology and the latest navigation and safety systems,” Palmer said. “The Chinese ship building industry with our assistance wants to be a major player in this market.”
There is more here.