Wednesday, October 27, 2010

News Updates, 10/27

New Catholic Cardinal: Catholics Can't Vote for Pro-Abortion Candidates
Washington, DC -- The Catholic leader who Pope Benedict named a new cardinal said in a new interview that faithful Catholics can't in good conscience vote for pro-abortion candidates. Pope Benedict XVI named Raymond Burke, the former Archbishop of St. Louis, as one of two Americans who will become cardinals in the Catholic Church last week...

Acknowledging mistakes, CCHD leaders pledge new fidelity to Catholic principles
The Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) launched a program of “review and renewal” on October 26, acknowledging mistakes and pledging to uphold “Catholic principles” in all future decisions...

Episcopal parish votes to join Catholic Church
Baltimore congregation first in Maryland to break ties

English diocese faces £8 million abuse payout
Court rules that Church ran abusive institution

Ann Arbor nuns buy John Paul II Center in D.C.
Dominican sisters have signed purchase agreement

Vatican hopes Iraq will not execute Tariq Aziz
'In order to favor...reconstruction of peace and justice'

Hindu mob beats Catholic brother in India
School official assaulted while TV cameras roll

Court rejects suit over SF's blast at Vatican
Denied requests by Catholic org to repeal resolution

Man charged in bishop attack was 'hearing voices'
Accused of stabbing him in the throat with a pen

'Gay Mass' no longer allowed at San Antonio parish
Dignity held services at Texas church for 15 years

Pope says states have right to defend borders
Treat migrants with dignity but regulate immigration

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