Author Archives: muerknz

The Lord is king – Psalm 98

The Lord is king; the peoples tremble. He is throned on the cherubim; the earth quakes. This Psalm is from the Divine Office’s morning prayer, as I read it this morning I felt its truth because in the Diocese of … Continue reading

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Looters – Revenge vs Justice

I saw this on Kiwiblog and other places as well, but I wanted to comment. Both Judith Collins and Phil Goff have expressed revenge fantasies about looters in Christchurch. Collins said “I hope they go to jail for a long time … Continue reading

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Pro-life needs to be what it says

In April 2007 a woman died apparently because her ectopic pregnancy wasn’t treated due to abortion being illegal in Nicaragua. President Ortega has publicly stated that life-saving procedures are not prohibited by Nicaraguan law, however according to groups that want … Continue reading

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Welcome and my thoughts on the Family First poll

Hi guys, thanks for having a look see here at the new place for proLIFE proLOVE. Today via Twitter I did the new Family First poll. http://www.votefamilyfirst.org.nz/ As of writing the poll’s page has a ‘Bandwidth Limit Exceeded’ error so … Continue reading

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>Because nothing sells like sex

>I first read about this on The Hand Mirror and I have taken the photo from Luddite Journo but this issue is so important I wanted to focus attention on it too. The New Zealand Police have had a “rough … Continue reading

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>From my favorite blogger comes this.

>”Welcome to modern life. Introducing kids as commodities: The man bringing together this disparate group is Rudy Rupak, chief executive of PlanetHospital.com LLC, a California company that searches the globe to find the components for its business line. The business, … Continue reading

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>Pike Memorial was blessedly Christian

>As I live in Greymouth and I know men who work at Pike my family attended the memorial service for the men lost at Pike. I was praying that rain wouldn’t come and I think that would go for everyone … Continue reading

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