Wednesday, November 11, 2009

News Updates, 11/11

Maryland - Montgomery County Council targets pro-life pregnancy centers
Seven of the nine members of Montgomery County Council have co-sponsored a resolution which will require pregnancy centers to provide government-approved information. The proposal is characterized as a consumer protection measure to remedy, in the words of Council member Duchy Trachtenberg, the "misleading and medically inaccurate information that's being provided to young women at these centers"...

SF Archdiocesan Partner Funds “Emergency Contraception”
Local Organizing Project Hopes to Honor Nancy Pelosi

RI bishop calls on Kennedy to convert, repent
Thomas Tobin: What makes him think he's Catholic?

Calif. Dem: IRS should scrutinize bishops
Pro-abortion Rep asks 'Who elected them to Congress?'

Vatican: Pope is not trying to 'lure' Anglicans
Benedict XVI is accommodating legitimate aspirations

Mexican clergy seek global help as violence grows
Priests caught in the middle of nation's drug war

Vatican looks to heavens for signs of alien life
Experts to study possibility of extraterrestrial life

Deacon claims miracle cure by Cardinal Newman
Boston man overcomes crippling spinal condition

Transsexual Jesus play mocks Christianity
Archbishop denounces publicly funded 'Queen of Heaven'

Another priest found murdered in Brazil
Fourth in less than five months

Anti-Holocaust bishop appeals German ruling
Objecting to $23,000 fine means he'll go on trial

Villagers confine rare turtle, say it is God
Hundreds of poor Hindu villagers in eastern India have refused to hand over a rare turtle to authorities, saying it is an incarnation of God, officials said on Tuesday. Villagers chanting hymns and carrying garlands, bowls of rice and fruits are pouring in from remote villages to a temple in Kendrapara...

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