Sunday, April 29, 2012

Weekly News (Fourth Week of April 2012)

1. Christians Must Harmonize Work and Prayer, Pope Teaches

Vatican City, Apr 25, 2012 / 10:52 am (CNA/EWTN News).- On April 25, Pope Benedict XVI told over 20,000 pilgrims that they must commit themselves to works of charity, without neglecting prayer as a source of spiritual life. [Read More]

2. Retired Bishop Tags RH Bill as Foreign Intervention

MANILA, April 26, 2012–Retired Archbishop Oscar V. Cruz tagged the Reproductive Health (RH) bill as a form of foreign intervention in reaction to reports of foreign agencies’ push for the proposed legislative measure. [Read More]

3. HLI Documentary on PH Makes It to Int’l Pro-Life Film Fest

MANILA, April 27, 2012–A documentary produced by Human Life International (HLI) on the Philippines’ struggle for the preservation of the value of life and the familywas selected as part of the roster of films thatwill be showcased in the second annual Life Fest Film Festival in Los Angeles, California, from May 4 to 6. [Read More]

4. Spanish Bishop Publishes Ex-Gay Testimonies on Diocesan After Attacks from Homosexual Groups

April 25, 2012 ( - Juan Antonio Reig Plà, the Catholic bishop of the Spanish diocese of Alcalá De Henares, has responded to recent attacks by homosexual groups by posting testimonies on his website of individuals who rejoice in their abandonment of the homosexual lifestyle. [Read More]

5. Teen Born With No Arms, Legs Addresses UN on Disabilities

A teenager from Ireland is one of several people with the rare medical condition known as Total Amelia syndrome, which caused her to be born without arms and legs. That hasn’t stopped 16-year-old Joanne O’Riordan from making the most out of life. [Read More]

6. When You Want to Be Celibate, But Can't [Read More]

7. Two Manly Men – Mike Heath and Paul Madore – Battle ‘Sodomy-Based Marriage’ in Maine

Folks, how did we get to the point in our society where opposition to homosexuality became more “controversial” than homosexuality itself? [Read More]

8. Glee Celebrates Gender Rejection [Read More]

9. Gambian President: We Would ‘Rather Eat Grass’ Than Accept Homosexual Behavior

“If you want us to be ungodly for you to give us aid, take your aid away, we will survive,” said Jammeh, in comments that were reported by the Daily Observer. “We will rather eat grass than accept this ungodly evil attitude that is anti-God, anti-human and anti-creation.” [Read More]

10. The New Pangenderism:

Transgenders, Polysexuals and Sex Reassignment Surgery

WASHINGTON, D.C., APRIL 25, 2012 ( Here is a response to questions on bioethics regarding issues related to sex and gender, answered by the fellows of the Culture of Life Foundation. [Read More]

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