Friday, May 3, 2013

BY BEN JOHNSONAbortion DeathsFox NewsKermit GosnellMedia Bias

 WASHINGTON, D.C., April 25, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The name of the upcoming Fox News one-hour documentary has been revealed. ”See No Evil – The Kermit Gosnell Murders” will air on Sunday, May 5 at 9 p.m. EDT on Fox News.

 

The scheduled documentary will be the most in-depth coverage the “house of horrors” murder trial has yet to receive on a major news network. 

(Archbishop Chaput on the Gosnell Trial, click HERE.

Gosnell, an abortionist who began performing abortions in the early 1970s, is on trial for murdering four newborn babies by snipping their spinal column with scissors as a form of “abortion.”

He faces another third-degree murder charge for the death of a 41-year-old immigrant from Bhutan who died after receiving anesthesia from an untrained assistant.

Many of the babies Gosnell “snipped” were beyond 24 weeks of development, making it illegal under Pennsylvania law for him to abort them under any circumstances. In all, Gosnell stands faces more than 380 charges.

Gosnell’s fate could be decided by the time Fox broadcasts the program. His defense lawyer, Jack McMahon, rested yesterday without calling a single witness, including the abortionist himself. “Defense rests,” he said tersely, according to eyewitnesses. They add that McMahon continually had to correct himself when he referred to Gosnell’s victims as “infants.”

To read the whole article, click HERE.

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Today we had our schedule altered because for the Christians here – this is holy week and Sunday is Easter. So Nazareth churches were closed for the day. Surprise! We had to change our itinerary.

Road up the Mount of Transfiguration

First we went to the top of Mount Tabor where the Transfiguration took place. Amer explained the fascinating history of the site and then I told the story of the three major biblical events that took place here.

After Mass at the top of the Mount of Transfiguration we went north to the Lebanese border to Caesarea Philippi (now called Banias) where Jesus appointed Peter as the Rock. If Catholics understood the site and its implications they were never leave the Catholic Church and would proudly defend the Faith.

Lunch in a Druze Restaurant in the Golan Heights before descending back down to the Sea of Galilee to visit two very important sites related to Jesus.

Yes, it WAS a miracle!

Second, we visited the place where Jesus multiplied the loaves and fish. An yes, it was a stupendous miracle. Read my article about this HERE.

Third, we visited Primacy of Peter where he fed the disciples early in the morning and appointed Peter as the Shepherd of his sheep John 21:1-20).

Full first day. We were back early so everyone could swim in the Sea of Galilee or the pool, rest or walk through Tiberias. We also had confession available. Then a great dinner and a free evening.

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