Sunday, November 14, 2010

Weekly News (Second Week of November)

1. As Bishops Convert, Vatican Moving on Plan to Welcome Anglicans

Vatican City, Nov 10, 2010 / 04:06 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Just weeks after a papal pilgrimage to England, the announcement that five Anglican bishops plan to resign by year’s end and join the Catholic Church is setting wheels in motion at the Vatican. [Read More]

2. Iraqi Christians Victims of "Unprecedented Ferocity"

ROME, NOV. 12, 2010 ( The Oct. 31 attack on an Iraqi Christian church is being called an "act of unprecedented ferocity." [Read More]

3. RH Bill Supporters Are Morally ‘Lost’— Cardinal Rosales

MANILA, Nov. 8, 2010—Those who support the reproductive health bill are “lost” and do not have proper formation of conscience, the head of Manila Roman Catholic Church said Monday. [Read More]

4. Spin Precedes Release of Military DADT Report

A Pentagon official working on the long-awaited report on the effect of repealing the ban on homosexuals serving in the military apparently has chosen not to publicly discredit news accounts he knows to be false. [Read More]

5. More Public Sex in San Francisco: Folsom Street Fair 2010 (Warning: graphic photo) [Read More]

6. Supreme Court: “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Will Stay, For Now

WASHINGTON, D.C., November 12, 2010 ( – The U.S. Supreme Court has decided to allow the 1993 law against homosexuals serving in the military to stand while a constitutional challenge to the ban wends its way through the federal appeals process. [Read More]

7. Thirty Studies in Five Years Show Abortion Hurts Women’s Mental Health

On Sunday November 7th, the Washington Post published an opinion by Dr. Brenda Major titled “The Big Lie about Abortion and Mental Health. [Read More]

8. Planned Parenthood Says Graphic Sex Guide for Youth is a Best Seller

NEW YORK, November 11 (C-FAM) - The world’s leading abortion provider is continuing to promote a graphic brochure advocating casual sex among youth. According to International Planned Parenthood Federation, the brochure called “Healthy, Happy and Hot” has become their most popular publication. [Read More]

9. A Persecuted Church Left to Fend for Itself

HANOI, Vietnam — Vietnam has the second-largest population of Catholics in Southeast Asia after the Philippines. The Communist Party has always made things difficult for the Church there, and that pressure seems to be increasing again after a brief thaw. [Read More]

10. Catholic Bishops: More Exorcists Needed

(AP) - Citing a shortage of priests who can perform the rite, the nation's Roman Catholic bishops are sponsoring a conference on how to conduct exorcisms. [Read More]

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