Monday, March 16, 2009

News Updates, 3/16

Rabbis after Pope meeting: Crisis over
'This was a special experience, a turning point'

US Church's 2008 cost for clergy sex abuse: $436m
Decrease of 29 percent over payouts from previous year

Vatican: Polish bishops cleared of collaboration
Matter over communist secret police links closed

Burke: Sebelius appointment an 'embarrassment'
'She has publicly and repeatedly betrayed her Catholic faith'

Proposal: use aborted babies for spare parts
To increase the supply of organs available for donation

Benedict XVI to make his first trip to Africa
Pope will begin by traveling to Cameroon and Angola

Priest doesn't want Jerry Springer next door
Show will be moving from Chicago to Connecticut

Report: Pope to make historic visit to Britain
Only second UK papal trip since days of Henry VIII

Other News

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