Friday, November 13, 2009

News Updates, 11/13

Goldman Sachs bans celebrating the birth of Christ
In an attempt to keep a low profile, The Goldman Sachs Group Inc. has told its employees that it won't be hosting a corporate Christmas party this year. The investment bank is also prohibiting employees from funding their own parties, an insider at the firm told InvestmentNews. The Christmas party ban comes as Goldman has been under sharp public criticism for paying bigger bonuses this year while national unemployment hovers at 10.2% and many workers have taken pay cuts...
[Time to learn this NEW pledge? I pledge Allegiance to the FED of the United States of America and to the corruption for which it stands, one nation under Goldman, easily divisible, with criminal acts against all.]

Vatican Shows Priests How to Celebrate the Latin Mass on YouTube
The official Vatican guide to the celebration of the traditional Latin Mass has arrived on YouTube, where you can find long sections of Ecclesia Dei’s DVD about the Extraordinary Form. The clip below shows a priest saying the canon of the Mass. Coming soon to a church near you? Not if certain bishops can help it...

Homosexual priest getting married -- to a man
Views himself as a 'pioneer' for a basic human right
[...instead of a morally bankrupt degenerate]

Kidnappers free Irish priest in Philippines
Moro Islamic Liberation Front assisted with release

Catholic priest abducted, murdered in Guatemala
Forty-five year old Franciscan was working in Honduras

Forbes magazine ranks Obama most powerful man
Pope Benedict comes in 11th, after Rupert Murdoch

Jesuit sexual abuse claims may reach 500
Oregon Province numbers stun even victims' attorney
[Making Jesus and St Ignatius very unhappy!!! - What perverts, not only sexually but theologically!]

Britain dubbed abortion capital of Europe
'Terminations' for teenagers leap by a third

PP loses bid to silence former clinic director
Judge says no to gag order request by abortion group

Op/Ed: New '2012' movie is clearly anti-Catholic
Director has made no bones about his anti-religious bias

Facebook, Wikipedia execs brief Vatican on Web
Confab explores what Internet means for Church's mission


NEA Website Promotes Communist Guide Books for the Violent Overthrow of the U.S. Government
The NEA’s (National Education Association) recommended reading list includes two books by Brother O mentor and communist community organizer Saul Alinsky that advocate the violent overthrow of the U.S. government. The Democrat-controlled teachers’ union praises Alinsky’s Reveille for Radicals and Rules for Radicals as “an inspiration to anyone contemplating action in their community! And to every organizer!”...

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