Sunday, July 4, 2010

Weekly News (First Week of July)

1. Holy See to UN: Gender Equality Isn't Sameness

NEW YORK, JULY 2, 2010 ( The Holy See is emphasizing the need to promote equality of men and women, while clarifying that this is not to say that both genders should be the same. [Read More]

2. Prelates Optimistic of Aquino’s Term

MANILA, July 1, 2010—A number of the country’s Catholic prelates are optimistic the country’s 15th president will be able to deliver on his campaign promises. [Read More]

3. Supreme Court Allows Sex Abuse Case Against Vatican to Proceed

Washington D.C., Jun 28, 2010 / 12:12 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Today the U.S. Supreme Court declined an immunity appeal by the Holy See in a case that attempts to sue the Vatican for transferring a priest accused of sexually abusing a minors several decades ago. The ruling by the Supreme Court allows the case to move forward. [Read More]

4. Google Strengthens Benefits For Gay or Lesbian Workers

SAN FRANCISCO—Google on Thursday improved health and family leave benefits for its US employees with same-sex domestic partners. [Read More]

5. Remedy For Porn Viewers - Public Shame

A city councilor in Quincy, Massachusetts, wants to take a unique approach to fighting against the use of library computers to view pornography. [Read More]

6. SPECIAL REPORT: Elena Kagan’s Radically Pro-Homosexual, Pro-Transsexual Record at Harvard Law School [Full Report]

7. Preaching Purity on the Jersey Shore

On June 6, the producer of the reality show “Jersey Shore” admitted that she fed her promiscuous cast a steady diet of Valtrex in order to manage herpes outbreaks. [Read More]

8. Christian Views on Homosexuality Deemed "Hate Speech" by European Rights Agency

ROME, June 30, 2010 ( – When a European Christian pro-family group applied to join the Fundamental Rights Platform (FRP) of the EU’s Human Rights Agency, they did not expect to be denounced as promoters of “hate.” [Read More]

9. U.S. Spent $550,496 on Study That Did 'Focus Groups and In-Depth Interviews' To Learn About the Sex Lives of Truck Drivers

( - The federal government has spent $550,496 on a project that involved conducting “focus groups and in-depth interviews” with American long-haul truck drivers to learn about their sex lives in order to assess their risk of contracting HIV or other sexually transmitted infections. [Read More]

10. Ultrasound on Wheels

TUCSON, Ariz. — What do you do if you can’t get women to visit a crisis-pregnancy center? You bring the center to them. Portable ultrasound units are not a new idea, but an organization in Arizona is expanding on the approach by rolling out converted RVs as a way to reach women who might not ever visit a brick-and-mortar pregnancy center. [Read More]

11. 'Twilight' of the West – Films with Demonic Influence?

OTTAWA, June 29, 2010, 2010 ( – Wednesday’s release of "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" promises to be a blockbuster success, if last week’s premiere in Los Angeles, where hundreds of fans camped out for days in advance to get a glimpse, is any indication. [Read More]

12. From Pornographer to Family Media: A Web Developer’s Conversion

June 28, 2010 ( - The former owner of a multi-million dollar pornography business is now sharing his testimony about how he left the industry and found faith in Christ, and how he is now using his skills to advance God’s glory through Christian, family-friendly media. [Read More]


  1. Hey, I just wanna thank you so much for sharing Jeff Myer's story. It is inspiring to hear stories of people who left behind destructive lifestyles. It's important for people to see that it IS possible to live on a higher plane and experience joy and excitement in your every day living. God Bless!

  2. You are most welcome. Continue inspiring other people that there is hope for change and forgiveness from our loving God.

    God bless you too.

    CP Moderator