Sunday, September 26, 2010

Weekly News (Fourth Week of September)

1. US Bishops Warn Against Book on Sexuality

WASHINGTON, D.C., SEPT. 23, 2010 ( The U.S. bishops are cautioning about a book that claims to teach "Catholic anthropology" but in fact goes against Church doctrine on human sexuality. [Read More]

2. Sorsogon Bishop Backs CBCP Stand vs Illegal Gambling

MANILA, Sept. 24, 2010—Sorsogon Bishop Arturo Bastes, SVD said he fully supports the campaign of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines against illegal gambling as he pledged to issue another pastoral statement for his diocese reiterating his commitment against the proliferation of the illegal numbers game. [Read More]

3. Mass to Commemorate 2009 Manila Floods

A memorial Mass for victims of Typhoon Ketsana marks the first anniversary of the Metro Manila tragedy on Sept. 26. [Read More]

4. Catholics for Equality Leader Calls for Activist Unity Against Bishops

San Francisco, Calif., Sep 24, 2010 / 09:04 am (CNA).- One board member of the dissenting homosexual advocacy group Catholics for Equality says it is “imperative” for activists to unite against “the anti-gay bishops,” whose opposition to same-sex marriage he calls “appalling.” [Read More]

5. Thank You, John McCain! Republicans Block Repeal of Military’s Homosexual Exclusion Law

America owes a debt of gratitude to Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) for leading the fight against the Democratic leadership’s destructive and reckless attempt to homosexualize the military by ending the ban on homosexual servicemen. [Read More]

6. QUOTE: Lady Gaga Wants to ‘Turn the World Gay[Read More]

7. CDC Report Accurate, But Ignores Truth

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released some startling statistics on homosexuality and HIV. [Read More]

8. Despite Legal Threats, Mexican Cardinal Refuses to Retract Condemnation of Homosexuality

MEXICO CITY, September 24, 2010 ( - The Cardinal Archbishop of Mexico City is refusing to retract his statements condemning homosexual behavior, despite a complaint filed against him with the federal government's National Council to Prevent Discrimination (Contrapred). [Read More]

9. Benedict Wows Britain

“Pope Benedict’s declarations over the past few days have been remarkable and, in modern Britain, virtually unprecedented,” writes English columnist Stephen Glover in today’s Daily Mail. [Read More]

10. 'True' Fish Tales

Scientists discovered in 2005 that birth control chemicals were deforming fish in the nation’s waterways — a phenomenon known by science today as “fish feminization.” [Read More]

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