Wednesday, September 22, 2010

News Updates, September 22

Homosexual advocacy group not legitimately Catholic, military archbishop says
After receiving a letter from the group Catholics for Equality urging a change to the “Don't Ask, Don't Tell” policy, the Archbishop for Military Services responded, saying that the archdiocese's position is “clear.” The prelate added that the group “cannot be legitimately recognized as Catholic.”

Pope's top bankers in money laundering probe
Police confiscate funds held by Vatican bank

Woman denies making Benedict XVI death threats
She intended to travel to London to shoot Pope?

Nevada court keeps Catholic sex abuse case
Las Vegas man says he was abused by Wisconsin priest

Minn. archbishop: Catholics oppose gay marriage
Launches campaign against the legalization efforts

Iowa Catholic leaders push for marriage amendment
Bishops looking to overturn state court ruling

Church prays for Sudan peace before freedom vote
Obama administration: south will declare independence

Cutbacks part of plan to save parochial schools
NY archdiocese trying to avoid the 'melancholy rite'

Church backs struggle to build first Milan mosque
Local Muslims have found an unlikely ally in Catholics

Pope's astronomer would baptize aliens
' matter how many tentacles it has'

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