Sunday, October 17, 2010

Weekly News (Third Week of October)

1. A Plea for Life, Truth, Obedience

Archbishop Burke Addresses Human Life International Gathering

ROME, OCT. 14, 2010 ( Obedience to the magisterium and the demands of the natural moral law are not only important for salvation, but are especially required of Catholics if a culture of life is to be advanced in today's world. [Read More]

2. Pope Benedict Names New Cebu Archbishop

Pope Benedict XVI named Archbishop Jose Palma of Palo as the new head of the Archdiocese of Cebu. [Read More]

3. Chilean Miners Taught Everyone Lessons About Life, God

MANILA, Oct. 15, 2010—The successful rescue of 33 miners trapped under scorching desert in Chile brought important lessons that everyone can learn from, the archbishop of Manila said. [Read More]

4. Same-Sex Attraction Doesn’t Justify Redefining Marriage, Minnesota Bishops Explain

St. Paul, Minn., Oct 10, 2010 / 07:44 am (CNA).- The Catholic bishops of Minnesota have issued a brief statement on marriage, saying that having same-sex attractions does not deprive anyone of basic human rights but also does not create the right to “marry” someone of the same sex. [Read More]

5. Homosexual Activists Are Exploiting Tragedies to Silence Religious Opponents [Read More]

6. Pentagon Warns Gay Troops to Stay Silent for Now

Washington (AP) - The Defense Department on Friday warned gay troops that if they disclose their sexual orientation now, they could still get in trouble. [Read More]

7. Cuomo: Gay ‘Marriage’ Coming to New York

NEW YORK, October 15, 2010 ( – Legalizing same-sex “marriage” in New York will be a number one priority in his administration, said Democrat gubernatorial candidate Andrew Cuomo to homosexual activists Wednesday. [Read More]

8. Psychotherapist: Porn Addiction Prevalent, Curable

STEUBENVILLE, OH, October 15, 2010 ( — "Pornography is a silent epidemic in America," said Dr. Peter Kleponis, a Catholic psychotherapist who spoke on the dangers of pornography before a full house at Franciscan University of Steubenville on Thursday, September 30. [Read More]

9. ‘Game Changer’ for Stem-Cell Research?

BOSTON — A new research breakthrough at the Harvard Stem Cell Institute has revived the debate over public funding for embryonic stem-cell research. [Read More]

10. Susan Boyle: Docs Told Mum to Abort Me

EDINBURGH, United Kingdom, October 15, 2010 ( – International singing phenomenon Susan Boyle has revealed in a new autobiography that doctors had told her mother to abort her, because they thought the pregnancy was risky. [Read More]

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