Monday, October 26, 2009

News Updates, 10/26

Mich. Democrat: Pelosi 'not happy with me'
Rep. Bart Stupak said Speaker Pelosi is not pleased with his effort to change abortion-related provisions in the healthcare bill being crafted by the House...
[When is the heretic wench, Nancy Pelosi, going to be publicly excommunicated for the scandals she causes???]

Archbishop Burke Appointed to Key Post
US Archbishop Will Help Shape the World's Episcopate

USCCB Comm. Office Backs Bid to Clamp Down on Conservative Radio Hosts for "Hate Speech"
A petition to the Federal Communications Commissioner (FCC) to investigate popular conservative commentators such as Rush Limbaugh for purported "hate speech" has caused a stir among Catholic circles after it was revealed that the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' (USCCB) communications office is backing the initiative...

USCCB Did NOT join FCC petition on hate speech, says spokeswoman
The Department of Communications of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has said it did not join a petition to the FCC which called for discussion over “hate speech” and its alleged role in violence. Some critics of the petition have cast it as an effort to shut down radio show hosts like Rush Limbaugh.

Nun volunteering as abortion clinic escort
Says she is aiding women who are 'verbally abused'

Disgraced cloning expert convicted in S. Korea
Scientist escapes jail for illegally buying human eggs

Senior Anglican prelate ready to convert to Rome
Bishop of Chichester's bold move could spark exodus

Bulgarian Orthodox leader affirms desire for unity
'We must find unity as soon as possible'

Dan Brown: I want to meet the Pope
Da Vinci Code author says it was 'only a novel'

Cardinal Turkson to head Vatican's peace office
Ghana prelate appointed to high profile post

Pope celebrates Mass to cap Africa meeting
Benedict: 'Courage! Get up, African continent!'

Irish archbishop removed by Vatican in sex scandal
Woman 'turns in' missionary after 20-year relationship

New President appointed at Thomas Aquinas College
Dr. Michael F. McLean takes over after tragic death

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