Death Toll June 5-10,
babies, saving lives, one heart at a time”
Reporting from the war zone, the killing fields of Granite
Once known for their towering steel mills, now known for the
late-term baby dumping mill.
Casualty Count: Over 400,000
mother-child relationships in their 43-year reign of terror
Monday- Bag n’ Tag approx.67
were bagged and tagged for medical research, pharmaceutical
labs, and cosmetic firms from this past week’s carnage
Tuesday-approx. 7 babies killed LA,IA,MO,IL.
Praise the Lord! Very low
death toll this usually high murder rate day.
Wednesday- 1 late
term baby returned to be dismembered from the day before.
Friday-approx. 22 babies killed NB,MO,IL. 1 baby saved , Erin King
house this day. Started later than usual, approx. 9:40 a.m. May have
been one baby saved.
Saturday-approx. 23 babies killed MO.IL., Yogendra
A.Shah abortionist this day.
Uneventful killing day. A lot of religious screamers surrounding
Approx. 52 babies killed,
1 baby saved, 5,410 babies
saved since January 2000
and 48 babies have been adopted through Small
communion, funeral rites for same-sex Catholic couples, Illinois
luck Bishop Paprocki! You have alot of libtard homosexual priests in
your Diocese that have personally let me know they feel otherwise
and have maligned,and slandered our vital ministry. One in
particular commented outside the abortion mill as he was crossing
the street in Granite City, Illinois, "if gays were allowed to
adopt children, maybe the Catholic Charities would not of lost
funding"..read more "Another
Casuality of the Lavender Mafia"
Bishop Thomas Paprocki, of the Catholic Diocese of Springfield,
Illinois, has issued a decree denying funeral rites and Holy
Communion to those in same-sex marriages.
Bishop Paprocki’s decree states “no member of the clergy, or
any other person while acting as an employee or representative of
the Diocese, is to assist at or participate in the solemnization or
blessing of same-sex marriages.” He also states that no
Catholic facility or property, including schools, health and
charitable institutions is to be used for the blessing or
solemnization of same-sex marriages.
Also in the decree, Bishop Paprocki states people in a same-sex
marriage will not be given Holy Communion.
“Pastors aware of such situations should address these concerns
privately with the persons in such circumstances, calling them to
conversion and advising them not to present themselves for Holy
Communion until they have been restored to communion with the Church
through the Sacrament of Reconciliation,” reads a portion of the
If someone is near death, they can receive Holy Communion “in
the form of Viaticum if he or she expresses repentance for his or
Bishop Paprocki, in the decree, also stated a child with same-sex
parents may be baptized if “there is well-founded hope that he or
she will be brought up in the Catholic faith.” The child can also
receive First Eucharist and the Sacrament of Confirmation. A person
who is in a same-sex marriage is not allowed to serve as a sponsor
for someone receiving the Sacraments of Baptism or Confirmation.
In addition, people “living publically in a same-sex
marriage” are not allowed to participate in the Rite of Christian
Initiation of Adults (RCIA) or receive the Sacrament of Confirmation
“unless he or she has withdrawn from the objectively immoral
relationship,” according to the decree.
The third section of Bishop Paprocki’s decree states that
unless they have given signs of repentance prior to their death,
“deceased persons who had lived openly in a same-sex marriage”
will not be allowed ecclesiastical funeral rites.
People living in a same-sex marriage are also not allowed to
serve in a public liturgical ministry, including participating as a
reader or extraordinary minister of Holy Communion.
Children who are living with people in a same-sex marriage will
not be denied admission to Catholic schools and catechetical and
formational programs on those grounds alone.
“However, parents and those who legally take the place of
parents are to be advised that their child(ren) will be instructed
according to the Church’s teachings on marriage and sexuality in
their fullness and they must agree to abide by the Family School
Agreement,” according to the decree.
At the bottom of the decree,
Bishop Paprocki states the "pastoral ministry must always be respectful,
compassionate and sensitive to all our brothers and sisters in