Thursday, October 15, 2009

News Updates, 10/15

Controversy Erupts as Catholic Bishop Asks Pro-Homosexual Bishop Not to Enter His Diocese
Marquette Bishop Alexander K. Sample, 49-years-old and one of the youngest US Catholic bishops, recently banned Bishop Thomas Gumbleton, 79, a retired auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Detroit and notorious promoter of homosexuality, contraception, and homosexual and women's ordination [in another word-HERETIC], from entering and speaking in his diocese, citing his pastoral duty to defend the "faith and morals" of the Catholic Church. The controversial bishop was set to address the group Marquette Citizens for Peace and Justice.

New Ad Backing Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ in Maine
Misrepresents Catholicism, Group Charges

US bishops to get tough on condoms, gay culture?
Forthcoming pastoral letter to address marriage issues

African cardinals denounce 'cultural imperialism'
West's promotion of abortion destroying moral fabric

Ill. Supreme Court won't let priest sue accusers
Cleric contends brothers made false, defamatory allegations

Pro-choice groups battling Catholic hospital
Planned expansion would not include abortion facilities

Assailants fire on Catholic seminary in Honduras
No one reported injured in the drive-by shooting

Catholic, a chemist, but he won't sell the Pill
Also removed condoms from his pharmacy's shopfront

Philippines asks rebels to help free Irish priest
Cleric kidnapped by outlaws, not Muslim extremists

Finnish bishop warns Lutherans of potential rift
...should they choose to bless same-sex marriages

India rejects Albania's demand for Mother Teresa
She was Indian citizen 'and she is resting in her own country'

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