Receiving the woolen pallium from the pope underlines an archbishop's unique ties to the vicar of Christ in Rome and to his own flock of parishioners back home, said a number of archbishops from the United States and Canada.
The Ark is not going to be revealed, says Gebremedhin
Yesterday, millions were waiting to watch eagerly the Ark of the Covenant revealed. A day passed but it was not made public. “No, the ark is not going to be revealed. Nobody could touch it. If you do so, God will smite you.”
Diocese Paper Editor with Guts
Kansas City Takes on Jesuits
Lombard Demonstrates Why "Gays" Should Not be Allowed to Adopt
The on-line rape of his 5-year-old adopted son by Duke University's openly-gay, Frank Lombard, is no anomaly. Instead, Lombard's molestation fits the pattern that emerged in the latest review of the scientific literature about gay fathers.
SSPX defies Vatican, ordains priests in Germany
Priest: We're operating under 'grey area' in Church law
Family contesting woman's will giving all to Legion
Goddaughter: '...this is a cult that kept her isolated'
Bishop calls for Silvio Berlusconi to resign
Crisis of Italian PM's private life is out of control
Anglican bishop: Britain is no longer Christian
Church of England could die out within a generation
Pope: Scientific analysis done on St. Paul's bones
'Seems to confirm unanimous and uncontested tradition'
Pope Benedict prepares to close Pauline Year
Overlap: Year for Priests having begun last Friday
34 archbishops receive pallium from Pope
Investiture symbolizes concession of authority
$600K pledged to keep historic church open
Bishop closed parish despite high Mass attendance
Protestant groups agree to disarm in N. Ireland
Moving one step closer to permanent state of peace
Fed Buys More Time for Purchase Program With Schedule Changes
The Federal Reserve’s changes in its schedule for Treasury purchases likely mean the central bank now has until the second half of September before it exhausts the $300 billion pledged for the program, according to Jersey City, New Jersey-based research firm Wrightson ICAP LLC...
Cash for Clunkers site
Buying a New Car With 'Cash for Clunkers'
The Consumer Assistance to Recycle and Save Act, commonly referred to as "Cash for clunkers," has been signed into law by Pres__ent Barack Obama. But some new wrinkles in the program will mean consumers should be prepared to act quickly...
$15.3M missing from Royal Canadian Mint: Deloitte
Vanished gold not due to miscount: Report
Supreme Court Overturns Sotomayer, rules for white firefighters over promotions
Obama Wants to Let Those Pesky Geezers Die
In a rare moment of candor, Barack Obama explained to an audience how government-run healthcare would work in America...
Toxic Assets (PPIP) Death Rattle
A look at why the program has stumbled underscores how difficult it has been to solve one of the economy's biggest problems: Mountains of bad debt sitting on the books of the nation's banks...
Chavez threatens military action over Honduras coup
Big Oil’s Answer to Carbon Law May Be Fuel Imports
175 California Hotels In Default
US TV Prepares for $2billion Ad Shortfall
WORLD BANKERS: Financial products should be treated as drugs
Boehner: Climate bill a 'pile of s--t'
Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) had a few choice words about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's (D-Calif.) landmark climate-change bill after its passage Friday...
[Kudos for calling it what it is! And it will get a lot worse for a lot of people...Chairman Obongo and friends are intent on destroying this country!!!]
"Neither the wisest Constitution nor the wisest laws will secure the liberty and happiness of a people whose manners are universally corrupt."
“Whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it, and to institute new government...”
- Thomas Jefferson