Sunday, January 23, 2011

Weekly News (Third Week of January 2011)

1. Pope’s Second Book on Jesus Due Out March 15

Vatican City, Jan 20, 2011 / 07:10 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Barring any problems at the publishers, the second volume of Pope Benedict XVI’s two-volume biblical study, “Jesus of Nazareth,” will be out during Lent. [Read More]

2. Pope Envoy to Open UST’s 400th Year Fete

MANILA, Jan. 21, 2011—A ranking Vatican official will pay a visit to Manila next week to grace the 400th anniversary celebration of the University of Santo Tomas (UST), the oldest university in Asia. [Read More]

3. EWTN to Acquire National Catholic Register

Affirms Plans to Expand Internet Presence

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama, JAN. 19, 2011 ( The Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN) is announcing its plans to take over the National Catholic Register. [Read More]

4. Military Under The Gun of LGBT Activists

A Christian attorney and pro-family activist says the radical "transgender" activists' push for clearance to serve in the military could awaken America to the dangers of allowing people living alternate lifestyles to wear the uniform. [Read More]

5. Innovative Program Brings Values, Virtues to Sex Education

What passes for “sex education” these days is often considered pornographic and highly offensive to traditional community standards. [Read More]

6. House Approves Bill Repealing Abortion-Funding Obamacare

The House of Representatives today fulfilled its election mandate to repeal the bill that caused Republicans to sweep into office and install a new pro-life majority. [Read More]

7. EU Sparks Outrage by Financing Homosexualist Groups in Cameroon

CAMEROON, January 21, 2011 (—Government officials and citizen organizations in the African nation of Cameroon are denouncing a decision by the European Union to send over 300,000 euros to three local organizations that work against the nation’s anti-sodomy laws. [Read More]

8. The TV Shows and Movies That Promoted Homosexuality The Most in 2010

LOS ANGELES, CA, January 21, 2011 ( – America’s Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) announced nominations yesterday for the TV shows, movies, and artists that promoted homosexuality the most in 2010. [Read More]

9. Marching for Life Across America

WASHINGTON — The annual March for Life is scheduled for next Monday, Jan. 24. Not everyone can make the trip to Washington, D.C. But that doesn’t leave thousands of supporters from large cities and small towns across America out in the cold. [Read More]

10. "Vatican Warned Bishops Not To Report Child Abuse"! [Read More]

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