Posts Tagged ‘Hillary Clinton’

Hillary Clinton and the Pope’s helpful advice Comments 0

Monday, September 18th, 2017

Hillary Clinton was left feeling devastated and angry after losing the US presidential election to Donald Trump. Six months later she was still struggling to understand why she and her supporters should be judged so differently from Trump and his supporters. However in a new book she has just published, Clinton explains how Pope Francis Read more

Hacked Clinton organisation email reveals “breathtaking anti-Catholic bigotry” Comments 0

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016
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“The most powerful elements of the conservative movement are all Catholic.” This remark is contained in a hacked email exchange between current Clinton Communications Director Jennifer Palmieri and John Halpin, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress (CAP) Halpin described the conservative Catholic position as a “an amazing bastardization of the faith.” “They Read more

Alien life exists – and the Vatican knows Comments 0

Friday, October 14th, 2016

Alien life exists and the Vatican knows it, according to a leaked email exchange. Wikileaks revealed astronaut Edgar Mitchell wrote several emails to US presidential staffer John Podesta. In them he said aliens want to help people, but fear our violent tendencies. Mitchell, whose email signature said he was the “6th man to walk on the Read more

The virtue of humility in politics Comments 0

Friday, September 30th, 2016

In a recent speech full of allusions to Bible verses and Christian hymns at the National Baptist Convention in Kansas City, Hillary Clinton focused on Christian humility. She acknowledged that “Humility is not something you hear much about in politics.” But, she said, it should be. Those who truly understand “the awesomeness of power and the Read more

Hillary Clinton’s history of faith Comments 6

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016

When Hillary Clinton takes the stage in Philadelphia this week, she has a unique opportunity to speak to a nation engaged in collective soul-searching. As the Christian right has evidently vacated all pretense of seeking a candidate who embodies Christian values, Clinton can step into the space that they have vacated. She can pledge to Read more

US Catholic voters split on racial lines over Trump, Clinton Comments 0

Friday, July 15th, 2016

US Catholic voters appear to be split along racial lines in their support for either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump as the next president. A national survey in June by the Pew Research Center showed white Catholics are almost evenly divided in their backing for the two candidates. White Catholics gave Trump a narrow edge Read more

Hillary Clinton is right: you can be a feminist and pro-life Comments 0

Tuesday, April 19th, 2016

Last week, Daily Life published an article by Ruby Hamad entitled, “Hillary Clinton is wrong: You cannot be a feminist and ‘pro-life’.” I beg to differ. I originally sent this piece to Daily Life in the hope of engaging with Hamad on this important women’s issue, but the response I received was: “unfortunately it’s not Read more

Hillary Clinton says she will follow Pope’s lead on climate Comments 0

Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

Hillary Clinton says she will follow Pope Francis’s example and make combating climate change a top priority for any future US administration she leads. Writing in the National Catholic Reporter, Mrs Clinton stated as “a person of faith, a mother, and a grandmother, I am deeply moved by Pope Francis’s recent teachings on climate change Read more

African bishop believes Hillary Clinton thinks she is a god Comments 0

Tuesday, May 5th, 2015

An African bishop has said he believes US presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton thinks she is a god, but he is under no obligation to share that belief. Bishop Emmanual Badejo, who is director of communications for Africa’s bishops (SECAM), was responding to comments Mrs Clinton made to a Women in the World Summit. Mrs Clinton Read more

Israeli wall will affect Salesian school and winery Comments 0

Friday, February 15th, 2013

The United States Catholic bishops have joined the bishops of the Holy Land in condemning the Israeli government’s plans to re-route its separation wall through the Cremisan Valley, near Bethlehem, in a way that will cut 58 Christian families off from their agricultural and recreational lands. The proposed route of the Israeli wall will also Read more