Sunday, July 31, 2011

Weekly News (Fourth Week of July 2011)

1. Pope: Every Problem Has Same Root

CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy, JULY 29, 2011 ( There is a poverty at the root of every serious human problem, says Benedict XVI, and that poverty is the lack of love. [Read More]

2. CBCP Launches Website for World Youth Day

MANILA, July 30, 2011―The Filipino youth who are unable to participate personally in forthcoming World Youth Day celebrations in Madrid will have the opportunity to join the youth day celebrations in a virtual manner. [Read More]

3. Vatican Official: Norway Killings Were an Offense Against God

Vatican City, Jul 29, 2011 / 06:37 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The president of the Pontifical Council for New Evangelization says the recent shootings in Norway, whose perpetrator claimed to be defending historically Christian countries against Islam, had nothing to do with God and authentic Christian faith. [Read More]

4. Mexican Archbishop Calls for Greater Modesty at Mass

Mexico City, Mexico, Jul 26, 2011 / 06:03 pm (CNA).- The Archbishop of Leon, Mexico is calling on Catholics to dress modestly at Mass. [Read More]

5. Ex-Gay Greg Quinlan Defends Marcus Bachmann’s Right to Counsel Unhappy Homosexuals [Read More]

6. Young People Take Pro-Life Message to UN Youth Event

New York, NY — (C-FAM/LifeNews) The enthusiastic voices of pro-life youth from around the world dominated the events of this week’s High Level Meeting on Youth at the United Nations, drawing the attention of UN bureaucrats and delegates alike. [Read More]

7. Mexican Bishop Under Vatican Investigation for Supporting Homosexualist Organization

SALTILLO, Mexico, July 29, 2011 ( - Raul Vera, the Catholic bishop of Saltillo, Mexico, is under investigation by the Vatican over his sponsorship of an organization that condones sodomy, according to Mexican press sources. [Read More]

8. Abortionist Admits: Babies Sometimes Born Alive and Left ‘Wiggling Around in The Toilet’

ORLANDO, Florida, July 26, 2011 ( – In disturbing testimony during court proceedings against a well-known Florida abortionist, a fellow abortionist reportedly admitted that some aborted children are delivered alive and left “wiggling around in the toilet,” where they are allowed to die. [Read More]

9. World Trade Center Cross Continues to Be 'Sign of Consolation and Comfort' — and Hope

NEW YORK (EWTN News/CNA) — The World Trade Center cross is still a “sign of comfort” to many people, says the Franciscan priest who describes himself as its “unofficial guardian.” [Read More]

10. Documentary Gives Pornography a Human Face

ROME, JULY 29, 2011 ( The "digital age" generation flocking to Madrid for World Youth Day in a couple week's time will be made aware of one of the darker sides of digital culture: the flourishing business of Internet pornography. [Read More]

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