Sunday, June 6, 2010

Weekly News (First Week of June)

1. Unity Among Christians Possible, Pontiff Affirms

Celebrates Ecumenical Event With Orthodox Chrysostomos II

PAPHOS, Cyprus, JUNE 4, 2010 ( Unity among Christians is possible, especially between Catholics and the Orthodox Churches, says Benedict XVI. [Read More]

2. Sex Education Undermines Parents’ Roles – CBCP

MANILA, June 1, 2010— Imposing lessons about sex on kids as young as eleven is an attempt to wrest responsibility for bringing up children from parents, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines said. [Read More]

3. Saudi Ban on Gay Foreigners Heightens Clash of Cultures

An organization of gay, lesbian, bisexuals and transgender Filipinos on Thursday expressed sadness over Saudi Arabia's new policy against the recruitment of homosexuals, saying it focuses on workers' sexual orientations instead of their capabilities. [Read More]

4. Military Archbishop Urges Congress Not to Repeal ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’

Washington D.C., Jun 3, 2010 / 08:04 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy barring open homosexuals from serving in the military should not be changed, the Archbishop of the Archdiocese for the Military Services said on Tuesday. Noting the need for strong rules against immoral activity, he said moral beliefs should not be sacrificed for “merely political considerations.” [Read More]

5. 'Gay Day' a Mayday for Families

Disney is about to host its annual "gay day" at its facility in Orlando. [Read More]

6. Obama’s ‘Gay Pride Month’ Proclamation [Read More]

7. CAUGHT ON TAPE: School Bus Driver Brings Girl to Tears for Opposing Gay 'Marriage'

CARMEL, Indiana, May 27, 2010 ( - An Indiana family has filed a civil lawsuit against a local school bus driver caught on tape harassing their daughter to the point of tears and calling her a "stupid little bigot" based on her pro-family views. [Read More]

8. McDonald's Ad Promotes Teenage Homosexuality

France, June 2, 2010 ( - A new McDonald's ad in France, part of their large "come as you are" ad campaign, features a homosexual teen speaking sweetly to his male paramour before he is forced to closet his emotions before a presumably insensitive father. [Read More]

9. Hollywood Holiness

Want to hang out with actors Jim Caviezel and Eduardo Verástegui (Bella)? [Read More]

10. Famed Blind Singer Andrea Boccelli Reveals, He Was Almost Aborted

ROME, June 4, 2010 ( – What would the world have been like without Andrea Bocelli, Italian pop, opera, and classical singer? With millions of infants having been victim to abortion, the blind international music sensation has revealed that he too could have been one more abortion statistic. Watch video or [Read More]

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