Sunday, May 15, 2011

Weekly News (Second Week of May 2011)

1. Prayer Reveals Man's Need for God, Says Pope

VATICAN CITY, MAY 11, 2011 ( Benedict XVI is urging the faithful to spend more time in prayer, which he called an expression of man's profound need for meaning and understanding. [Read More]

2. Bishops in England and Wales Re-Establish Fish on Fridays

Rome, Italy, May 14, 2011 / 03:19 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The practice of abstaining from eating meat on Fridays is to return in England and Wales later this year. [Read More]

3. Aquino Not Sincere on RH Bill Talks – Bishop

MANILA, May 11, 2011— A Catholic prelate claimed that dialogue on a birth control measure between the Church and MalacaƱang was doomed to fail because the government was not serious about it. [Read More]

4. Study: Abortion Pill Less Safe Than Surgery

A study from Australia adds to the proof that the abortion drug RU-486 is dangerous, despite how pro-abortion advocates make it appear. [Read More]

5. Obama Banking on Homosexuals' Money

While some disappointed wealthy campaign supporters may have distanced themselves from Barack Obama as he seeks reelection, it's apparent the financial backing of homosexual activists will play a major role in the president's shot at a second term. [Read More]

6. Christian Churches File Court Papers Today in Fight over Sodomy in Belize

BELIZE CITY, MAY 13 (C-FAM) A lawsuit backed by powerful international lawyers and pressure groups has placed the poor Central American country of Belize in the crosshairs of an international battle over homosexuality. [Read More]

7. UN Calls for Population Control as Global Birthrates Decline

At a time when we are experiencing a worldwide decline in birthrates, and many countries find themselves in a demographic crisis that will leave their nations in economic and social ruin if something doesn’t change, the United Nations Populations Fund (UNFPA) continues to call for more population control. [Read More]

8. U.S. Navy Backpaddles on Gay ‘Marriage’ Ceremonies

WASHINGTON, DC, May 11, 2011 ( - Following an uproar after the Office of the Chief of Navy Chaplains authorized navy chaplains to perform same-sex “marriages” in naval chapels in an April 13 memo, Chief of Navy Chaplains, Rear Adm. Mark Tidd issued a one-sentence memo late yesterday reversing the directive. [Read More]

9. Countering Contraception

A new study finds that most Catholic women use artificial birth control. Pastors respond about how they share Church teaching on marriage and family with the people in the pews. [Read More]

10. Turning the Tables on Atheists

Author Patrick Madrid Discusses "The Godless Delusion"

GRANVILLE, Ohio, MAY 12, 2011 ( What would happen if Christians turned the tables on atheists and challenged them on their belief that God doesn't exist?

Part 1

Part 2

No comments:

Post a Comment