Friday, January 14, 2011

News Updates, 1/14

“We live in the shadow of death”
Novena of Reparation for Roe vs. Wade

18 dead in attacks against Christians in Nigeria
Muslims burned down church and over a dozen houses

Iowa Medical Board Won’t Punish Doctor in Telemed Abortions
The Iowa Board of Medicine has decided not to punish an Iowa physician for engaging in a controversial practice known as telemed abortions, which prevents women from seeing a doctor in person before using the abortion drug.

Catholic bishop's home raided in Kenya
One guard killed, another seriously injured

Boston diocesan schools amend admissions policy
Schools open to children of same-sex couples

Catholic board: Lift gay-straight group ban
Chairman apologizes for making Nazi comparison

Tucson bishop reflects on need for forgiveness
Despite shooting, God had not abandoned the community

Evidence mounts over John Paul II beatification
Panel: Young French nun was miraculously cured

Palestinians still 'crying' for peace, bishops say
Church pledges action at 'Holy Land Coordination'

Pakistani Muslims back Pope on religious freedom
Well-functioning justice system, secular state needed

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