Did this pope understand evils of the world?

“The family is especially under attack,” stated Pope John Paul II, Aug. 15, 1993. In 1979, Pope John Paul II appointed West African Archbishop Robert Sarah of Guinea. Archbishop Robert Sarah was appointed Cardinal in 2010. On Sept. 1, 2010, Sarah rejected Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi’s call for Europe to become Muslim as being disrespectful […] …

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This day in WND history: Great grandma tattoos herself with, ‘Do not resuscitate’

Great grandma tattoos herself with, ‘Do not resuscitate’ May 18, 2006: It’s not that Mary Wohlford, an 80-year-old retired Texas nurse, had never heard of living wills – she had one hung on the side of her refrigerator – it’s that she just wasn’t taking any chances. That’s why she had the phrase “DO NOT RESUSCITATE” […] …

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‘Paid agitators’ nothing new in history

President Calvin Coolidge warned in a speech given May 15, 1926, at the College of William and Mary: “But there is another … recent development … the greatly disproportionate influence of organized minorities. Artificial propaganda, paid agitators, selfish interests, all impinge upon members of legislative bodies to force them to represent special elements rather than […] …

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