Wednesday, January 28, 2009

News updates, 1/28

St. Louis bishop: Lax Catholics, Satan behind pro-abortion officials
Bishop Robert Hermann, administrator of the Archdiocese of St. Louis, says that the election of President Barack Obama would not have occurred without the support of lax Catholics.

No More Excommunication for the Lefebvrists. But Peace Is Still Far Off (Chiesa)
The causes of conflict are even increasing, including with the children of Israel. Benedict XVI is multiplying his gestures of openness, but is receiving nothing in exchange. The incident of the Holocaust denier bishop, with a commentary by Anna Foa, herself Jewish

SSPX has had long, troubled history with Judaism
Archbishop Lefebvre: Jews are enemies of the faith

“We now have no other choice”
Citing economic downturn and declining enrollment, religious order says it will close Sacramento’s Loretto High School

SSPX leader apologizes for Holocaust denial
Bishop Williamson silenced on historical issues

An overview of the SSPX rehabilitation process
Move sparking considerable controversy even in Rome

Muslims seek to close oldest Christian monastery
Syriac Orthodoxs sued for alleged proselytism in Turkey

Not so stimulating after all
Congress to drop millions earmarked for contraceptives from ‘stimulus package’

New York priest to head Charleston diocese
Msgr. Guglielmone was rector of Long Island cathedral

Kmiec a candidate for Vatican ambassadorship?
'I think my name would be part of the discussion'
[What an arrogant gesture that would be]

Long Island bishop to be deposed in firing lawsuit
Parish business manager sacked after accusing priest

Russia's new patriarch seen as modernizer
Kirill may thaw long icy ties with the Catholic Church

Vatican cardinal slams bishop for Holocaust denial
Comments sparked indignation among Jewish groups

Ideas are more powerful than guns. If we don't let our people have guns, why should we let them have ideas?
-- Josef Stalin

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