Monday, 23 October 2017

Don't Kill Disabled People !!! Protect Every Human Life !!! Protégez Toute Vie Humaine !!!



committee on the rights of persons with disabilities - geneva

WARNING: The UN Human Rights Committee wants to impose the Universal Legalisation of Abortion and Euthanasia.

The UN Human Rights Committee is currently revising the definition of the “Right To Life” in International Law. It contemplates imposing on every State the Legalisation of Abortion, of Assisted Suicide and of Euthanasia, in the very name of the Right To Life !!!

These lobbies of the “Culture Of Death” are about to win a decisive victory, in the greatest discretion. The final Text will be adopted in the upcoming months. It is still possible to stop this manoeuvre.

Support the action of the ECLJ before the Committee in co-signing the pleading that it will submit and in sharing this alert.


The Committee, on The Rights of Persons
with Disabilities of The United Nations,
officially stated that Abortion of Children,
because of a disability, violates The Convention
on The Rights of Persons with Disabilities.


While an important pressure takes place to impose the Legalisation of Eugenic Abortion, The Committee on The Rights of Persons with Disabilities of The United Nations has just declared, in AN OFFICIAL DOCUMENT, that “Laws, which explicitly allow for Abortion on grounds of impairment, violate The Convention on The Rights of Persons with Disabilities (Art,. 4,5,8)”. 

This Committee further explained that this type of Abortion is often based on inaccurate diagnosis and that “even if it is not false, the assessment perpetuates notions of stereotyping Disability as incompatible with a good life”.

In this Declaration, The Committee on The Rights of Persons with Disabilities directly opposes The Human Rights Committee, which has undertaken the re-interpretation of the “Right To Life” as implying a Right To Abortion, “most notably . . . when the Foetus suffers from fatal impairment”. The Committee on The Rights of Persons with Disabilities asks for the removal of this assessment.

The Declaration of The Committee on The Rights of Persons with Disabilities is very important. It reminds, once again, of the necessity to firmly oppose the Eugenic temptation, which relies on disdaining weakness.


Similarity with Nazi ideology denounced.

In 1947, already, the writers of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights had to oppose the attempt aiming at allowing the “Prevention Of The Birth Of Children Mentally Handicapped” and children “Born From Parents Suffering From Mental Illness”. The similarity of these propositions with The Nazi ideology was then denounced.

The ECLJ rejoices in this Declaration, which goes along with its numerous interventions before The Human Rights Council. The ECLJ will continue to denounce Pre-Natal Eugenics, as well as Late Abortions, and to re-iterate the fact that The Rights To Life and To Care must be guaranteed to every person.

The Committee on The Rights of Persons with Disabilities also took a stand against a so-called “Right To Euthanasia”, for, according to them, it “perpetuates stereotypes about severely impaired people suffering and being BETTER OFF DEAD". Just like with Disabled Unborn Children . . .

The ECLJ also submitted a Memorandum to The Human Rights Committee in support of The Right To Life Memorandum which was supported by more than 130,000 persons. The ECLJ will attend the work sessions in Geneva, on 27 October 2017 and 1 November 2017 and 2 November 2017. We invite you to SIGN THIS PETITION and to share this information around you.

Thank you !

Die Schätze Des Allerheiligsten Herzens Mariens. Les Trésors Du Saint Cœur De Marie. The Treasures Of The Sacred Heart Of Mary.




Illustration: HOLY CARD HEAVEN



"Je vous salue, Marie".
Available on YouTube at


"Ave Maria".
Composed by Schubert.
Available on YouTube at

Sunday, 22 October 2017

Churches Urged To Toll Their Bells To Mark Fifty Years Since The Abortion Act. Eight Million Lives Lost Since 1967.





Ann Widdecombe said Britain's conscience had been 'deadened' by fifty years of Abortion.
Text and Illustration: THE CATHOLIC HERALD

Ann Widdecombe joins Appeal for Churches to Commemorate Eight Million Lives lost since 1967.

A Pro-Life Group is appealing to Churches across Britain to toll their Bells to mark the Fiftieth Anniversary of The Abortion Act.

The Pro-Life Alliance wants Bells to be rung – fifty times if possible – on Sunday, 29 October 2017, to Commemorate Eight Million Lives lost through Abortion. It has also called for Prayers of Reparation in Services across the Country.

Its Appeal is backed by Ann Widdecombe, former Conservative MP and Minister, who said in a video that Britain’s conscience had been “deadened” in the fifty years since The Act.

This Article can be read in full at THE CATHOLIC HERALD

Friday, 20 October 2017

Rievaulx Abbey. Cistercian Monastery. Founded 1132. Powerhouse Of The North.



Rievaulx Abbey, 
Yorkshire, England.
Building started in 1132 
by twelve Monks 
from Clairvaux, France.
[Editor: Play the following "Nunc Dimittis", by Christian Forshaw, whilst viewing this photo.]
Photo: 13 April 2014.
Source: Own work.
Author: Juliet220.
(Wikimedia Commons)


"Nunc Dimittis".
By Christian Forshaw.
From the CD "Sanctuary".
Available on YouTube at



Rievaulx Abbey, 
Yorkshire, England.
Saved from: ENGLISH HERITAGE
Illustration: PINTEREST


Rievaulx Abbey, 
Yorkshire, England.
Photo: 28 July 2006.
Source: Own work.
Author: Tilman2007.
(Wikimedia Commons)


"Mortal Flesh".
(Anonymous).
Arrangement: Christian Forshaw.
From the CD "Sanctuary",
by Christian Forshaw.
Available on YouTube at



Artist's reconstruction of the Monks in Choir,
Rievaulx Abbey, 
Yorkshire, England.
Illustration: ENGLISH HERITAGE


The perfect accompaniment to Rievaulx Abbey.
Christian Forshaw's arrangement of "Me, Me And None But Me", by John Dowland.
From the CD "Renouncement", by Christian Forshaw and The Sanctuary Ensemble.
Grace Davidson - Soprano.
Christian Forshaw - Saxophone.
Alexander Mason - Organ.
Available on YouTube at


Rievaulx Abbey 
in Winter.
Yorkshire, England.
Source: Unknown.
Author: Unknown.


"Te Deum".
5th-Century A.D., Solemn Monastic Gregorian Chant.
This would have been a regular daily part of 
The Divine Office at Rievaulx Abbey.
Available on YouTube at



Rievaulx Abbey 
at Dawn.
Photo: 2011.
Author: Antony McCallum.
Attribution: WyrdLight.com
(Wikimedia Commons)


"Magnificat".
By Christian Forshaw.
Andy Davey playing Alto Saxophone on this beautiful composition by Christian Forshaw.
The Choir is called "Sine Nomine" and it was recorded, with Christian's permission,
as part of an Evensong in Coventry Cathedral, England, in August 2008.
Available on YouTube at


Rievaulx Abbey, 
Yorkshire, England.
Photo: 28 July 2006.
Source: Own work.
Author: Tilman2007.
(Wikimedia Commons)


The following Text is from Wikipedia - the free encyclopaedia.

Rievaulx Abbey was a Cistercian Abbey, in Rievaulx, near Helmsley, in the North York Moors National Park, North Yorkshire, England.

It was one of the great Abbeys in England until it was seized by King Henry VIII of England in 1538 during The Dissolution of The Monasteries. The striking ruins of its main buildings are a tourist attraction, owned and maintained by English Heritage.

Rievaulx Abbey was the first Cistercian Monastery in the North of England, Founded in 1132 by twelve Monks from Clairvaux Abbey, France.

Its remote location was well suited to The Order's ideal of a strict life of Prayer and self-sufficiency, with little contact with the outside World. The Abbey's Patron, Walter Espec, also Founded another Cistercian Community, that of Wardon Abbey, in Bedfordshire, England, on unprofitable wasteland on one of his inherited estates.

The first Abbot of Rievaulx, Saint William I, started construction in the 1130s. The fourth Abbot, Saint Aelred of Rievaulx, elected in 1147, expanded the buildings and otherwise consolidated the existence of what, with time, became one of the great Cistercian Abbeys of Yorkshire, second only to Fountains Abbey in fame.

Under Aelred, the Abbey is said to have grown to some 140 Monks and 500 Lay Brothers. By the end of his tenure, Rievaulx Abbey had five Daughter-Houses in England and Scotland.


Rievaulx Abbey, 
Yorkshire, England.
Photo: 28 July 2006.
Source: Own work.
Author: Tilman2007.
(Wikimedia Commons)


Rievaulx Abbey, 
Yorkshire, England.
Ruins of the former Cistercian Monastery.
Founded in 1132.
Photo: 15 November 2007.
Source: From geograph.org.uk
Author: Dennis Turner
(Wikimedia Commons)


Rievaulx Abbey.
Photo: 15 October 2009.
Source: From geograph.org.uk
Author: Simon Palmer
(Wikimedia Commons)

Once a magnificent construction
by human hands,
to Adore and Glorify God.

AND NOW . . .


Rievaulx Abbey, 
Yorkshire, England.
Ruins of the former Cistercian Monastery.
Founded in 1132.
Photo: 5 May 2012.
Source: Own work.
Author: Mandala Heaven.
(Wikimedia Commons)




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Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Saint Luke. Evangelist. Feast Day 18 October.


Text from The Saint Andrew Daily Missal,
unless otherwise stated.

Saint Luke.
   Evangelist.
   Feast Day 18 October.

Double of The Second-Class.

Red Vestments.



Saint Luke.
Evangelist.
Artist: Rene de Cramer.
"Copyright Brunelmar/Ghent/Belgium".
Used with Permission.


English: Saint Luke.
Français: Saint Luc.
Artist: James Tissot (1836–1902).
Date: 1886-1894.
Current location: Brooklyn Museum
New York, United States of America.
Credit line: Purchased by public subscription.
Source/Photographer: Online Collection 
Photo: Brooklyn Museum, 
2007, 00.159.207_PS2.jpg
(Wikimedia Commons)

Saint Luke, originally a pagan, was born, according to Eusebius, at Antioch, the Capital of the Kings of Syria. Saint Paul tells us that he exercised the profession of a physician. He accompanied Saint Paul (The Apostle of the Nations) on his travels, and was with him during most of his Missions and when he was twice a prisoner in Rome.

Owing to his connection with this Master and the other Apostles, he was enabled to write The Third Gospel, which Saint Jerome and Saint John Chrysostom describe as "The Gospel of Saint Paul".

Like The Doctor of The Gentiles (Saint Paul), he addresses himself to pagans to show them that Salvation is brought by Jesus to all men, without exception, who believe in Him. He is symbolically represented as an Ox, one of the four animals in the Vision of Ezechiel [Third Lesson of The First Nocturn at Matins], because, at the beginning of his Gospel, he mentions the Priesthood of Zacharias, and because the Ox was usually the victim in the sacrifices of The Old Law.

The Mass of Saint Luke, like that of Saint Mark, offers this particular, that its Gospel refers to the instructions given by The Saviour to His seventy-two Disciples, both these Evangelists (Luke and Mark) not having been Apostles, but only Disciples of Our Lord.

Saint Jerome relates that Saint Luke died in Achaia, Greece, at the age off eighty-four.

Mass: Mihi autem nimis.
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