Sunday, October 30, 2011

Weekly News (Fourth Week of October 2011)

1. Believers of Many Faiths Seek One Truth

ASSISI, Italy, OCT. 28, 2011 ( Pilgrims of all faith traditions who gathered at Assisi for the interfaith summit agreed that it was a historic event of great importance. [Read More]

2. Hillary Clinton Visiting Philippines as Pro-Lifers Gather

The pro-abortion United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with speak with Philippine President Benigno Aquino during her stop in Manila next month on the eve of what is set to be one of the largest pro-life gatherings in the Philippines this year. [Read More]

3. US Catholic Group Urges All Faiths to Fight for Religious Freedom

Washington D.C., Oct 27, 2011 / 05:40 pm (CNA).- Members from the group Catholic Advocate are launching a nationwide campaign inviting people from every faith to mobilize for the protection of religious liberty in the U.S. [Read More]

4. Promiscuous Sex May Do More Than Break Your Heart – Study Finds HPV/Heart-Attack Link

GALVESTON, October 27, 2011 ( – The condom-resistant sexually transmitted disease human papillomavirus (HPV), known to be the leading cause of cervical cancer, has also been linked to increased risk of heart attack according to new research released this week. [Read More]

5. Any Hope For DOMA?

A conservative military watchdog takes no satisfaction in being right when she predicted that radical homosexual groups would use the repeal of the ban on homosexual military service as a springboard to attack traditional marriage. [Read More]

6. Catholic University in Brazil Hosts Symposium Defending Right to ‘Homo-Affection’

October 27, 2011 ( - A Catholic university located in Brazil recently hosted a symposium on “homoaffective law” that gave advocates of the homosexual agenda a platform for promoting their ideology. [Read More]

7. Pepsi Shareholders Demand Company Stop Using Aborted Fetal Cell Lines in Flavor Research

LARGO, FL, October 25, 2011 ( – The pro-life organization Children of God for Life announced today the filing of a shareholder resolution with the Securities and Exchange Commission and PepsiCo, protesting the use of aborted a fetal cell line for the research and development of flavor enhancers for their beverages. [Read More]

8. New York Parents Mobilize Against Sex-Ed Mandate

NEW YORK — A new sex-education mandate in New York City could have middle-school students visiting local pharmacies to catalogue condom brands, among other problematic assignments. [Read More]

9. Tebow Inspires Phenomenon Called 'Tebowing'

DENVER (AP) — Tim Tebow inspired a phenomenon when he dropped to a knee and began praying as his teammates wildly celebrated around him after an improbable overtime victory in Miami last weekend. [Read More]

10. How to Help the Holy Souls in Purgatory

Susan Tassone won’t admit it, but she is one of the experts on the souls in purgatory. [Read More]

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