Tuesday, April 13, 2010

News Updates, 4/13

Pope's No. 2: Sex abuse linked to homosexuality
Cardinal Bertone made comments during news conference

Vatican attacked over Cardinal Bertone's claim
Gay rights group livid that he should point out facts

Pope's birthplace hit with obscene graffiti
German authorities will not release exact wording

Archbishop Burke slams 'obstinate betrayal' of nuns
Vatican official: 'an absurdity of the most tragic kind'

Irish church seeks to weed out pedophiles
...before they become priests

Pro-Abortion Nun at Catholic University of Detroit Mercy
Latest discovery: University board member supports abortion
At least 11,000 students and concerned parents have petitioned the Catholic University of Detroit Mercy to remove links to abortion promoters from its web site. So far the request has not been granted. Links to Planned Parenthood and the National Organization for Women (NOW) are still listed in two places: “career & professional resources” and “external sites of interest.”

Students 'sadistically tormented' at monastery
German report: 173 pages of victims' abuse accounts

Brazilian rancher guilty in nun's murder
Sentenced to 30 years for ordering assassination

How Fr. Maciel built his Legion empire
Mexico City: flashpoint in deepening Legion scandal

False charges filed against 47 Christians in Pakistan
Police try to extract bribe after attacking home

=== Other News ===

Coalition of 27 pro-family groups to confront homosexual "Day of Silence" in schools with walkout!
NOTE: This also applies to private schools and (sad to say) even some parochial schools.
1. Taking action: MassResistance joins coalition of 27 pro-family groups promoting national "Day of Silence Walkout" by parents and kids.
2. How bad is the Day of Silence? Find out here.
3. Local Massachusetts schools prepare for Day of Silence - with help from state government.
4. Hateful and obscene emails and phone calls from homosexual activists to organizers of Day of Silence Walkout.

Missouri Senate Endorses Bill Shrinking Pensions
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri senators have endorsed legislation designed to save money through changes to public retirement systems, including increasing the minimum retirement age and requiring workers to contribute to their pensions....

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