Friday, December 30, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 12-30

Obama’s Grant Grab
The Obama Administration is being sued by a New Hampshire pro-life group … after the White House sidestepped state government to grant one million dollars to Planned Parenthood earlier this year.
Cybernet News Service

Misconduct Lawsuit
A Catholic school in Ohio finds itself in court after firing one of its teachers … who violated her teaching contract with the school … by conceiving using artificial insemination.
Huffington Post

Homeschool Slam
One of the largest news outlets in the United States is attacking homeschooling and alternative education.

As the Iowa Caucus approaches on January third … here are some of the latest highlights
Rick Santorum is the latest to be recognized in the crossfire of public criticism that tore down Newt Gingrich … as the struggle over the presidential nomination continues.
USA Today
Associated Press

God’s Igloo
A Catholic church made out of snow and ice currently stands in the German village of Mitterfirmiansreut … marking a century since the villagers were denied a church of their own.
Cybernet News Service

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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 12-29

Christmas Day Raid
Iranian police stormed a church on Christmas … interrupting the Church Service to detain everyone in the building for interrogation … including children in the middle of Sunday school classes.

Op-Ed Uproar
A Harvard Teacher of Economics has been fired for expressing his beliefs on Islamic Terrorism … as faculty of the Ivy League School excoriated him for what they are calling hate speech.
Editorial: Bharata Bharati

New Jersey Pro-Life Victory
Twelve New Jersey nurses fighting mandated abortion assistance have finally reached an acceptable resolution with their hospital employer according to Fox News.

Maternal Martyrdom
A seventeen-year-old Idaho girl halted her cancer treatment in order to give birth to a healthy baby boy.

Cuban Prisoners Released
Cuban dictator Raul Castro seems to be caving to Catholicism … for now … announcing the release of two thousand, nine hundred political prisoners.
Catholic News Service

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 12-28

Christmas Bombing Disavowed
The death of at least 35 Catholics in Nigeria … after a vicious church bombing on Christmas … is being rebuked as an un-Islamic action by Muslim organizations around the world.
Cybernet News Service
Research Numbers
Catholic News Service

War Games
The Iranian Navy is flaunting what it calls its “regional dominance” of Middle Eastern gulf waters … while government officials of the Islamic power are threatening the West.
Cybernet News Service
New York Times

Unlawful Headgear
Islamic headgear is now allowed as a so-called “religious expression” in the Junior Reserve Officer’s Training Corps (JROTC) in our country.
The Daily Caller

Shifting Christians
The results are in ... a newly published report says that Christians make up about one third of the world's population ... while Muslims are not far behind at one quarter.
Zenit News Service

Agreeing to Disagree
Gingrich says voters should support Obama ... if they think same-sex marriage is the most important issue in the upcoming election.
FOX News

Friday, December 23, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 12-23

Updated Aortion Debate
A Canadian Member of Parliament is calling for the abortion debate to be reopened in his country … saying the principles on which abortion is legalized are quite frankly …old fashioned.
The National Post

Population Implosion
Several states in the U.S. are declining in population … as the country’s replacement rate slows down on the whole … with the slowest growth over the year since the post-World War II Baby Boom began.

Congressional Minority Pushes Probe
Congress says it’s concerned about profiling and targeting Muslim-Americans … because of the relationship between the New York City Police department and the CIA.
Associated Press

Christmas Hate Crime
Police in Yonkers New York are searching for those responsible for over a dozen acts of theft and vandalism across the city ... involving nativity scenes and statues of Our Lady.

And finally ... just when you thought you knew the real meaning of Christmas ... it’s time to head on over to YouTube for an unbiased holiday message from the community-organizer-in-chief ... Barack Obama.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 12-22

Uncatholic Compromise
Two Catholic Institutions are trying to forge a compromise with Obama over his mandate that all religious institutions include contraception, sterilization … and maybe even abortion in their health plans.
Washington Times
Cardinal Newman Society

Planned Parenthood Grant Denied
The state of Michigan is pulling the plug on a grant that would have gone to Planned Parenthood just as they are trying to build another clinic in the state.

So Much Sex
A surprising number of teens are engaging in group sex … shown in a recent report from the Boston University School of Public Health.

Marriage Rates
Marriage is dying in America … as the number of US citizens over eighteen who are married has fallen to an all-time low.
Catholic News Service
FOX News

Hands On Sainthood
One film school is creating a series of saint programs that come with figurines … meant to give children a more hands on approach to holiness.
Catholic News Agency

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 12-21

Obama’s UN
The latest Unite Nations resolution is endorsing a global crackdown on what they are calling the negative profiling and stigmatization of people based on their religion.

Planned Parenthood Pride
Teens interested in working for New York’s chapter of Planned Parenthood are now mandated to attend a gay pride parade.

Antichristian Precedent
A panel of three judges is legislating from the bench … punishing a college student in Georgia for expressing her biblical views on homosexuality.

An Obamaland Christmas
Some do say that Obama has a high opinion of himself … but the Capitol Building’s Christmas tree takes it one step too far … according to some media sources.

Signs of the Season
The Freedom From Religion Foundation is threatening to take a Michigan town to court over one man’s squabble with Christmas.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 12-20

Compromising Catholic Identity
The pressure on Canada’s Catholic schools to accept homosexual faculty members is increasing …thanks to governement policy makers in Ontario.

Michigan Student in Court
A Catholic high school student in Michigan is taking his public school to court after he was punished for expressing his opposition to the homosexual lifestyle.

Teen Sex Teachers
It looks like being fourteen and a community organizer in Wisconsin … makes you eligible to be a sex ed teacher for your classmates.

Gingrich Update
Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich took a stand against the “increasingly arrogant judiciary”… during an interview on CBS.

Obama’s Fear Factor
Fear of big business is on the decline in our country … while fear of big government has been rising steadily since Barack Obama became president in 2008 … so say the latest Gallup polls.

Monday, December 19, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 12-19

Seeing Red
The Red Cross has spoken out in favor of abortion … sparking fear that the International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC) may soon declare abortion a human right.

Catholic Hospital Hijacked
The chief Gynecologist at a Catholic Hospital in Barcelona is announcing he will publicly endorse abortion-causing drugs … partnering with the Spanish pharmaceutical industry to push their latest website.

Finding Faithful Families
The state of Virginia is making a move that protects some children from being adopted by same-sex couples … as the Board of Social Services votes in a new state policy.

Pennsylvania Born Cardinal Buried!!
Cardinal John Patrick Foley was buried this weekend … after passing away from Leukemia at the age of 76 … entombed at the Cathedral and Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul in Philadelphia.

The Grinching Commission
According to the six-member oversight committee called the Franking commission … tax dollars are not allowed to pay for holiday greetings of any kind ... members of the House of Representatives are being told.

Freedom From Sanity
The Freedom From Religion Foundation is so enraged at the idea of a Nativity display in the Wisconsin Capitol Building … they have decided to erect their own version right next to it.

Friday, December 16, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 12-16

Amendment Averting Closure
The United States Senate is saving the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) from the brink of closure … by consolidating its size and pulling ba its budget in the process.

Obama’s Sodomy Pitch
The controversy over the sodomy-bestiality ban continues in Washington … as Obama pleads with both chambers not to prohibit these deviant acts in the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

Not Ideal Adoption
An American homosexual activist will be allowed to adopt two Colombian boys in a hotly contested move that is being criticized by one of the country’s bishop’s.

Gingrich Clears Confusion
Gingrich is grabbing more attention from pro-lifers … reconciling himself with Personhood USA and showing support for the belief that life for the unborn begins at con

Impossible Image
Scientists say there is no explanation for the image on the Shroud of Turin … and the on it is not the result of any process known to modern technology.

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 12-15

Obama’s Embargo
Obama has Texas Pro-life efforts in his crosshairs … blocking the request of Texas lawmakers to exclude Planned Parenthood from a new family planning program.
Cybernet News Service

Clinic Closures Coming
Many abortion clinics in Pennsylvania may soon be closing … after the final vote on a new law that will strictly regulate them … as soon as the Governor signs the bill.
Insurance News Net

Legalizing Assisted Suicide
Canada’s elderly, mentally ill and handicapped are being threatened … in a test court case for the legalization of Euthanasia in this socialist country.
Lifesite News
Globe and Mail

Lifesaving Technology
Thanks to the latest technology … there is a mew machine that can determine whether a patient is awake but not aware … while locked in a vegetative state (VS).
Lifesite News

Life of Christ
The Director of Harry Potter in the world of cinema is setting sail from his fantasy comfort zone with his latest idea … to produce a movie about the childhood of Our Savior.
The Church Report

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 12-14

Persecution Complex
The Obama Administration is meeting with two dozen countries this week for talks that many are afraid will lead to the compromise of religious freedoms.

License to Kill
The Netherlands is becoming a kind of killing field … as Euthanasia claims lives without the permission of its victims.

Merry Christmas North Korea
South Korea is erecting huge steel Christmas trees on its border with North Korea … amidst threats of “unexpected consequences” for doing so from its Stalinist Northern neighbor.
Cybernet News Service

Cameron’s Christianity Questioned
It may be a classic case of the pot calling the kettle black … as atheist Richard Dawkins seems to think that British Prime Minister David Cameron is not really a Christian.
Huffington Post

Defriending Fox
Atheists are not making friends on FOX … in fact … they are getting kicked off of live television on the news network for insulting Christianity during the Yuletide season of Christ’s birth.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 12-13

Lawless Abortions
Though abortion recommendations are given regularly by doctors in the United Kingdom to women on grounds of mental health … recently published information in the medical field only supports moral law on the subject … saying they are illegal.

Signs of Life
A law to protect the unborn is only heartbeat away as Ohio’s senate considers a new bill.

Fighting the New Imperialism
Some African Nations are squaring off against the United Kingdom … rejecting laws that reflect British moral and cultural practices.

Funding Cultural Change
The spread of cultural imperialism continues to march across the African continent … and Malawi is no exception.
The Guardian

Not So Neutral
Colorado University is planning on expanding its recreation center in the Spring … which will also include enlarging its gender neutral locker room in the building … according to

Monday, December 12, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 12-12

Plummeting Performance Rating
While concern over religious freedom in the United States is climbing … Barack Obama’s job approval rating is falling rapidly … particularly in his own party.
Fox News

Defunding Religious Freedom
The Obama Administration appears to be balking on promises to look into reinstating the U.S. Religious Freedom Commission … which its chairman … Leonard Leo says could have “catastrophic” results.
Catholic News Agency

Homosexual Agenda Check
One hundred seven Catholic universities across America have been identified as permitting homosexual activist student clubs to form on campus … as tallied up by an organization that is now making an appeal to the campus presidents of the colleges.
TFP Student Action

Obscene Christmas Tree
Students at a college in the Keystone State are fighting back … as school officials will do nothing to remove a Christmas tree that mocks Christianity and one of its most significant religious holidays.

Pope Plans Trip to Mexico and Cuba

Its official … Pope Benedict XVIth will be traveling to Cuba and Mexico in 2012.
The Associated Press

Friday, December 9, 2011


Drug Wars
It looks like the Food and Drug administration will have to leave current restrictions on the morning after pill in place … following orders from the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services.
Associated Press

Global Gay Agenda
In a move that smacks of cultural imperialism … Barack Obama is dedicating tax dollars to so-called homosexual rights in a new memorandum that will actively seek to push the gay agenda all over the world.
Cybernet News Service

Niederauer’s Rainbow
Some homosexuals in San Francisco are saying thank you to the Archbishop for not interfering with a Catholic parish’s same-sex activism for their cause.
Lifesite News

Preventing Prostitution
French lawmakers are fighting the problem of prostitution in Europe ... by proposing a new bill that would punish those who frequent prostitutes for sex.
Catholic Online

Sexing Christmas
One of the largest abortion providers in the United Kingdom is trying to attract more business by using sexually provocative advertising for the Christmas season once again.
Lifesite News

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 12-07

Awaiting FDA Decision
Your children may soon have unrestricted access to the morning after pill … depending on the outcome of a request made by its manufacturer to the Food and Drug Administration.
Fox News

Fighting Faith
Anti-Faith Sentiment in the armed forces is becoming worse … after a military hospital tried implementing a policy that would forbid the family members of wounded soldiers from bringing them religious materials of any kind.

Hidden Hollywood…
Another cesspool of pedophilia is being revealed in the wake of the recent scandals at the Universities of Pennsylvania and Syracuse … this time in America’s entertainment industry—Hollywood.
Fox News

Catholic Vote Called Out
Some hard hitting campaign commercials may be coming to your area … with the message that it is a sin for a Catholic to vote for the most pro-death president in history of America … Barack Obama.
God Discussion

Operation Sacred Soil
A new Organization is taking the initiative to defend the Roman Catholic Faith in our country’s parishes and schools.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 12-06

Kinda Catholic
While Newt Gingrich … a Catholic Convert since 2009… has been very successful in winning the Catholic vote according to recent polls … he seems to be fickle at best when it comes to whether or not he adamantly supports the teachings of the Church on Life or not.
ABC News
Cybernet News Service

Conscience on Trial
A student from a public university in Georgia is filing an appeal in court after being threatened with expulsion for trying to exercise her conscience rights by expressing her discomfort with counseling homosexuals.
LifeSite News

Court Rule’s … School’s Out
The Supreme Court is pushing the envelope in the Church State battle … with a ruling that will ban Christian services from public schools in New York City.
Associated Press

Faith for Atheists
The natural longing of the human soul to be reunited with its Creator through Faith is becoming a matter of interest to Atheist Scientists … according to a new study.

World’s Biggest Tree
Bendict XVI will light up the world’s biggest Christmas tree later this week … in the Italian province of Umbria.
Vatican Insider

Monday, December 5, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 12-05

UK "Honor Killings" Rising
As the Muslim immigrant population grows in the United Kingdom ... so do the number of so-called "honor killings" ... according to a report in the Daily Mail.
Daily Mail

Banned Brotherhood – New Majority
Welcomed by the Obama administration … Egypt’s parliamentary elections are giving a solid majority to parties demanding ever-expanding Islamic Law.

Military Moral Conflict
Cybernet News Service reports the Senate Armed Services Committee had unanimously approved the section in the new National Defense Authorization Act for 2012 … which would repeal Article 125 of the UCMJ … which states in sections A and B that both sodomy and bestiality are offenses requiring a court martial.
Cybernet News Service

Softball Drama Queens
A legal battle is concluding after several years … resulting in damages paid to three members of a homosexual softball league … because they just weren’t quote “gay enough.”
Associated Press

Spreading Anti-Christmas Cheer
Some Democrats in Texas are celebrating … Christmas … The Birth of Christ … by partying at an abortion clinic.
Fox News

Friday, December 2, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 12-02

Botched Bill
A State judge is refusing to dismiss a suit challenging the recent legalization of homosexual marriage in New York … on grounds that Governor Andrew Cuomo’s tactics used to pass the bill may have broken the state’s open meeting laws.
Wall Street Journal

Chaplaincy Conscience Clause
After the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell … The Senate is amending the 2012 Defense Authorization Bill to allow all chaplains serving the military the choice … by law … to refuse to perform same sex marriages if their conscience prompts them to.

Lame Lay Plan
As the crisis in the Church around the country worsens … the Archdiocese of Detroit has decided to solve some of its financial problems and a shrinking priest population … by closing more parishes.

Censoring Siri
The latest operating system’s voice for the new iphone 4S … named Siri by her creators … is capturing the hearts of pro-lifers … even if Apple is calling her so-called bias a “glitch.”

Mocking Virginity
Cable television’s The Learning Channel (TLC) … says it wants to celebrate the choice of virginity in its latest reality special … as it sets up to premier “Virgin Diaries” this Sunday … a reality special many critics are already decrying as the networks latest “gawk” piece.
ABC News

Thursday, December 1, 2011

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Catholic News Roundup 12-01

Archbishop Endorses Sodomy
An archbishop in the United Kingdom is endorsing the commitment of same sex couples entering civil unions … despite the Church’s teaching against the sin of sodomy.
Rorate Coeli
Family Research Council

Unspeakable Speaker
A notoriously gay friendly Catholic parish in San Francisco is hosting a speaker described by the San Francisco Chronicle as the world’s first homosexual bishop to “marry” his male partner.
California Catholic Daily

Dual Approval
A new Bishop has been ordained in China amid rare circumstances … with approval from both the country’s Communist government and the Vatican.
UCA News

Problematic Preamble
The Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) is taking their time in suggesting correction to the Doctrinal Preamble offered by the Pope for reconciliation … in the hope that a re-union will come soon.

Death By Numbers
There may be many reasons why … but these numbers don’t lie.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 11-30

Persecution Predicted
The Obama Administration’s term in office is vivifying predictions of a full-on persecution of the Roman Catholic Church in America … causing one of the highest Church’s highest ranking officials to warn America’s Bishops of the impending danger.
Lifesite News

Refreshing Relations
Strained relations between Ireland and The Vatican may be eased … as Pope Benedict names Monsignor Charles Brown the new Apostolic Nuncio to the Emerald Isle.
Catholic News Service

Sins of Omission
Notre Dame … a Catholic College … doesn’t seem to be too concerned that its internet network is providing pornography in large quantities to students on campus.
Cardinal Newman Society

False Force
No price is apparently too great for the American Air Force to accommodate every religion at its academy in Colorado Springs … especially since they just spent 80 thousand dollars building a worship center for all three pagan cadets at the school.
The Church Report

Tempting Tebow
Though critics are calling for football sensation Tim Tebow … the young Quarterback for the Denver Broncos … to tone down his repeated and frequent expressions of Christian Faith … he adamantly says he will not acquiesce.
Lifesite News

Papal Traffic Perp
The pope is being prosecuted for breaking the law in Germany … because he didn’t wear his seatbelt in the popemobile.
The Local

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 11-30

Voting and Violence
Forty people have died violent deaths over the past week … ramping up to parliamentary elections this week in Cairo … after which many are predicting the Muslim Brotherhood will be confirmed as a powerful force in Egyptian government.
Cybernet News Service

Due Process Denied
The senate is gearing up for a vote on a bill that has many Americans concerned over their Fifth Amendment rights … or to be protected from government abuse of legal procedures.
Conservative Hideout

Sharing the Blame
According to the Associated Press … the Church’s moral voice has been muted by a number of problems … particularly when it comes to the sex abuse scandal.
Associated Press

Heathrow Harassment
We aren’t even talking about security checks here … a Christian woman who worked at the Heathrow International airport is accusing her employer of “unfair dismissal.”
The Telegraph

Little Jihad
The heaviest naturally born baby in the history of Germany is making headlines for more than just his weight … his Muslim mother has named him after none other than the war Islam wages relentlessly against unbelievers.

Monday, November 28, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 11-28

Translation Number Three
Catholics in the United States experienced a new translation of the Mass this past Sunday … joining other English speaking Catholics around the world who have had the revised text for some time now.

Trouble at Mill
Planned Parenthood … the abortion mill giant is feeling the pinch in their pocket books … and public opinion.
Lifesite News

Too Little Too Late
Archbishop Timothy Dolan says the bishops of New York were misled … while homosexual activists are labeling the bishop’s response to the legalization of same-sex marriage in New York as quote “muted and moderate.”
Lifesite News

Newt Nets Endorsement
The Gingrich campaign has reeled in a coveted endorsement from a very influential newspaper.

Crystal Clear Controversy
One News source is pointing out that the Vatican may not be very pleased with the recent extravagant purchase of the Crystal Cathedral in the California diocese of Orange.
California Catholic Daily

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 11-23

The Election Clause
The consistent outcry of Catholics across America … defying Obama’s mandate to include contraception and sterilization in his new healthcare law … may have had some effect … as the White House considers broadening its narrow religious exemption in the bill.
New York Times

The Choice to Close
Pro-lifers are celebrating in Michigan … at the announcement that two abortion mills in the state will be closed permanently … as a result of a lawsuit against the clinics for being “improperly incorporated and licensed.”
Lifesite News

Abortion Education
The University of New Mexico is using public resources to build a new breed of abortionists and contraception experts … according to Lifesite News.
Lifesite News

Dismissing Law
Cardinal Bernard Law … former Archbishop of Boston … has been removed from his position as Archpriest of St. Mary Major Basilica in Rome after his eightieth birthday … and one news source says … there’s a reason for the change.

The Gingrich Grind
Newt Gingrich is wearing down the opposition … pushing ahead of his remaining opposition … and taking a four percent lead over Mitt Romney in the latest Quinnipiac University Poll.
Bloomburg Businessweek

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 11-22

Justice in Question
As Obamacare heads into the Supreme Court for scrutiny with lawsuits challenging its constitutionality … Republican lawmakers are trying to find out if Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan might need to recuse herself from case proceedings.
Cybernet News Service

Corporate Correction
Two of America’s largest companies … Bank of America and Cisco … are publicly pledging not to discriminate against supporters of true marriage … after they recently cancelled seminars scheduled with a consultant who openly opposes homosexual marriage in his personal life.
National Organization for Marriage

Mountaintop Message
Atheists at Camp Pendleton in California are enraged that a group of Marines have erected a thirteen foot cross at a military base to commemorate fallen Marines.

A Win is A Win
The ruling socialist party of Spain has suffered a humiliating defeat at the polls as of this past weekend.
The Telegraph

Crystal for Catholics
The Catholic Church has just bought the famed Crystal Cathedral … purchasing the largest glass building in the world … in a fierce bidding war with Chapman University.
USA Today

Catholic News Roundup 11-21

New Venue – Same Message?
It’s a change of venue but the message is the same … as pro homosexual and pro-abortion politicians keep trying to coerce Catholics into dissenting from Church Teaching.

Critical Merge
According to an article in Our Sunday Visitor … the Archbishop of New York … Timothy Dolan … is describing the merging, repurposing and elimination of some northeast US seminary facilities and faculties … as giving “flesh and blood” to the New Evangelization envisioned by Blessed Pope John Paul II.
Our Sunday Visitor

Canada to Repeal Hate Speech Clause
Canadians nationwide are celebrating what seems to be the death blow of a law that has been used to persecute Christians and conservatives for years.
Lifesite News

Benedict Vs. Benetton
It may be the first legal brief in history to be sealed with a kiss … as the Vatican is now suing the fashion house Benetton … over a series of advertisements showing a photoshopped image of the Holy Father, Benedict XVIth ... kissing the Muslim Imam Sheik Ahmed al-Tayeb.

Pope Benedict XVI in Africa
The National Catholic Reporter is expressing surprise at Pope Benedict XVIth’s astuteness and powers of observations regarding Africa’s’s most pressing needs… as Our Holy Father completed his pilgrimage to the continent over the weekend.
National Catholic Reporter

Friday, November 18, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 11-18

Canadian Test Case
It’s being labeled as a test case for religious freedom and free speech across Canada as a high-profile sportscaster files suit against his employer … after being fired for speaking out in defense of traditional marriage.
The National Post

Prop 8 Propped Up Again
Proposition 8 is coming back to court … after a unanimous ruling of the California Supreme Court that says sponsors of the bill do indeed have the right to appeal a court decision that struck down the law.
Fox News

Demanding Deviance
Homosexual activists in New Jersey are being told “no” as they continue to demand legalized same-sex marriage.

Atheistic Hate Crimes
Ten North Carolina churches are badly damaged as vandals go on a rampage.

Saving Santa
The war on Christmas has been officially kicked off with a small victory for the Christian tradition of Santa Claus.

Sacrilegious Spoof
Former playboy playmate and sex tape celebrity Pamela Anderson has been selected to play the Virgin Mary in what Reuters News Service says will be a comic spoof on the Nativity.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 11-17

Outrageous Oversight
The government is seizing the Church’s ability to handle legal matters like any other private institution … and maybe over stepping legal boundaries of Church and State.
Kansas City Star

Bathroom Bill of Rights
What some have been calling the “Transgender Bathroom Bill” has passed the Massachusets House this week … and according to the Associated Press … the Transgender Equal Rights Bill is also getting the nod from the Senate.
Associated Press
Boston Globe

New Year Ordinariate
It’s official … The Anglican Ordinariate in America will be established at the beginning of the new year … According to Catholic Culture-dot-org.

Chilling Chaplaincy
An atheist organization is attacking the notion of chaplains in the military … claiming that Atheists are left out when it comes to having a chaplain … so they should be able to have their own version installed in the military.
Cybernet News Service

Bah Humbug
Atheists want to brighten you holiday season by antagonizing and reminding you of how worthless a role they think God plays in your life … this time in several states up and down the Eastern seaboard.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 11-16

Illinois Children Endangered
Catholic Charities is being backed into a corner … forcing them to cut their losses … pull out of their lawsuit fighting forced gay adoptions… and severely restricting their adoption efforts in Illinois.
Archbshp Dolan on his meeting with Obama

Pro-life Vote
In a landslide vote Cardinal Sean O’ Malley of Boston has been voted in as the chairman-elect of the Committee on Pro Life Activities … at the annual plenary meeting of Americas Bishops … according to Lifesite News.
Lifesite News
Boston Catholic Insider

Catholic College Dissents
A PHD candidate at Boston College’s School of Theology and Ministry is publicly boasting of the Catholic college’s quote “vibrant” LGBT student organization.
Huffington Post

Philadelphia Abortionists On Trial
The trial of abortionist Kermit Gosnell in Philadelphia has convicted the sixth participant in the infamous house of horrors abortion clinic.
Philadelphia Inquirer

Embryonic Research Halted
A so-called leader in the field of embryonic stem cells has announced that it will be leaving the stem cell business completely … to focus on its experimental cancer therapies.
New York Times

Monday, November 14, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 11-14

Sexual Assault Settlement
100 million dollars … that’s the amount Florida jurors are awarding the sexual assault victim of a retired Miami priest.
Miami Herald
The Gawker

Clinic’s Court Countdown
A judge has dismissed 49 out of 107 charges against a Kansas abortion clinic … after the questionable shredding of documents linking the Planned Parenthood facility to breaking abortion laws and falsifying reports.
The Washington Post

Obama and the Bishops
One Sources is reporting Obama quietly met with Archbishop Timothy Dolan … President of the USCCB … late last week … in the wake of recent turbulence between the White House administration and America’s bishops.
National Catholic Reporter

“Respect” Replacing Reality
Destruction of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is knocking at the front door of the House of Representatives … now that the Senate Judiciary Committee has approved what is being called the Respect for Marriage Act.
Associated Press

Anybody But Romney
Catholic convert Newt Gingrich seems to be garnering some solid support in a campaign atmosphere that is stagnating because of a lack of conviction … according to the latest poll numbers.
WSJ Washington Wire

Friday, November 11, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 11-11

Virginia Victory
Republicans in Virginia may have taken complete control over both chambers in the General Assembly … adding to their current hold over the executive branch in the state as well … if the close election results from earlier this week hold.
The Washington Post

Candidate Convicted
A democrat politician running for a position on the local school board has been convicted of assault after ramming her car into pro-life protesters during the last March For Life in Washington D.C.
Lifesite News

Bertone Buckles Down
The Vatican’s Secretariat of State is coming down hard on the Curia … after the release of the much misunderstood document on the global banking crisis a couple of weeks ago … which Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone says he did not know about until the last minute.
Chiesa News

Cardinal Corection
The Boston Catholic Insider is leading the charge in a petition for the Vatican to correct weak episcopal leadership from the Massachusetts Archdiocese.
Boston Catholic Insider

Godless Patriotism
The Obama administration is attacking God and religious rights of American citizens … by blocking patriotic Christian sentiments from being written on the War Memorial in Washington D.C.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 11-10

Court Tries Dead Priest
The Church can be prosecuted for the crimes of a priest … in this case a dead one … according to a new court ruling in the United Kingdom that will set a precedent for the future.
The Guardian

Obamacare in Court
A Supreme Court battle over Obamacare may be brewing … now that the appeals court in the District of Columbia issued a split decision earlier this week upholding the law … reports the Associated Press.
Associated Press
The American Spectator

Clean Conscience Vote
Voters in Leyard, New York appear to be making a statement … by electing to keep their Town Clerk … who has gotten national attention for refusing to sign marriage licenses for same-sex couples.

Muslims Kill Hundreds
Thousands are fleeing the Damaturu area in Nigeria after a relentless Muslim attack has killed as many as one hundred fifty Christians.
Lagos Daily Times

Oh Christmas Tree
The state Christmas tree is getting its name back … now that the governor of Wisconsin is restoring the true holiday spirit … but Atheists are outraged at his decision.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 11-09

Personhood Compromised
The personhood amendment proposed in the State of Mississippi has failed at the polls … with fifty-five percent of voters in the state defeating the measure that would define life as beginning at conception.
CBS News

Reviled Report
American Bishops are defending the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) … soon after the publication of a revealing report released by the American Life League (ALL).

Occupy Child Abuse
Occupy Wall Street protestors are now demonstrating they have no problem putting young children in danger … using them as blockades in potentially violent situations.
Cybernet News Service

Godless Politics
Democrats don’t bother much with God … according to new information from Gallup.
Cybernet News Service
Cybernet News Service

Sunday Sunday Sunday
An abortion clinic in Orlando, Florida is further degrading the life of children in the womb by offering a discount on abortions as though it were running a firesale special for new tires.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Catholic News Service 11-08

Political Imposition
We took our cameras to Oak Park Michigan … where Catholics have successfully defended holy ground … after the Archdiocese of Detroit almost allowed abortion and homosexual activist Congressman Gary Peters to speak at a local Parish.

Debbie’s Democracy
The Chair of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) is publicly calling Christian Ideas that define life as starting at conception as radical and extreme.
Cybernet News Service

Those Dangerous Christians
Even though Muslim violence against Christians looms large in the news across the world … one Islamic group is warning mosques in Detroit, Michigan to beef up security against what they call potential Christian violence against Muslims.

Nigerians Fight Gay Marriage
Pro-Family supporters in Nigeria are defying the United Kingdom and gay rights groups … as the most populous country in Africa rallies around a proposed law to make homosexual marriage illegal throughout the country.
Lifesite News

Blood Ban Broken!!!
Homosexual men in the United Kingdom are now allowed to donate blood … as a lifetime ban blocking homosexual blood donations … put in place in the 1980’s … has been lifted.

Monday, November 7, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 11-07

Death by Corporation
Killing the Defense of Marriage Act is coming down to dollars and corporate influence … as major companies join forces to defeat it.
Seattle Times Newspaper

Dolan Defends DOMA
Archbishop Timothy Dolan has issued a decree in the Archdiocese of New York … as the Big Apple tries to take a bite out of the Defense of Marriage Act.
Archbishop Dolan's Decree

Consultant Resigns
A staff member of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is resigning after the conference pulled his article from the Archdiocese of Boston’s newspaper.
Associated Press

Gingrich Gains Ground
Look out Rick Perry … Herman Cain ... one Catholic candidate in the GOP is gaining ground on the campaign trail … now that Newt Gingrich has hit double digits in the latest voters’ poll.
ABC News

Santorum Speaking Out
Republican Rick Santorum … a Roman Catholic … has visited all ninety-nine counties in Iowa … something no other GOP presidential candidate has even come close to doing … but what he is saying on the campaign trail … is just as important.
Daily Iowegian

Friday, November 4, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 11-04

DOMA Doppelganger
An upcoming vote in the Senate is threatening true marriage … as a new bill that would repeal the Defense of Marriage Act rears its ugly head.
Washington Blade

Devil in the DNA
A USCCB staff member’s article that says homosexuality originates with Satan is being pulled from publication.
Associated Press

SSPX Explaination
The society of St. Pius X is squashing any rumors regarding their answer to the Vatican’s offer of reunion … made in September.
Rorate Coeli

It’s not porn … it’s erotica
So says a German publishing company … recently exposed in the media as completely owned by the country’s Catholic Bishops … and they’re serious.
Lifesite News

Ring Around The Rosary
The occupy movement in Canada … has now set its sights on Vancouver's Roman Catholic Cathedral.
Lifesite News

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 11-03

Planned Parenthood Pummeled
After a long budget battle has reached its conclusion …Planned Parenthood is now completely defunded in the state of Tennessee.
Lifesite News

Planned Parent Preoccupied
Planned Parenthood is joining the ranks of the Occupy movement in Florida … decrying corporate greed and what they call a violation of women’s rights in the same breath.

Nursing Nightmare
Twelve pro-life nurses in the state of New Jersey are being forced to take part in the death of the unborn … as hospital management seeks to trample their conscience clause rights.
Catholic News Agency

In Obama We Trust
Obama has found more to mock than just the latest bills passing through the House … now he is taking shots at God as well.

Catholic Socialism
The stage is being set for a unique debate … claiming that Catholic economic thinking leans toward socialism … while protestant economic practices more strongly support Capitalism.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 11-02

Irish Rebellion
Over five hundred priests in Ireland are dissenting from Catholic teaching … publicly voicing their demands for women priests and the removal of celibacy from the Catholic priesthood … saying Vatican II didn’t deliver.
Irish Central

Episcopal Pornography
German bishops are under investigation ... after the discovery of some dirty secrets involving the porn industry for over a decade.
Lifesite News

Bishops Threaten Lawsuit
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is threatening to sue Obama’s Health and Human Services Department … after the department has defunded their efforts to help human trafficking victims.
The Washington Post

Jesuit Drag
Standards of decency and morality have gone way off kilter at a Chicago Jesuit college … exhibited by Loyola University’s annual drag show.
The Cardinal Newman Society

Save The Humans
Environmentalists are picking a fight … sparking controversy over the previously taboo issue of linking endangered animals to population control … through condom distribution.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 11-01

Obama Blackballing Christians
Sources are telling an Arab news agency that officials in the White House are blackballing high-ranking Maronite Christians … at the request of the Muslim Brotherhood.
El Nashra

Martyr’s Remembered
A year after Muslims viciously attacked Our Lady of Deliverance Chaldean Catholic Church in Baghdad … leaving fifty-eight dead and the church in ruins … Catholics all over the world are coming together to remember and pray for the martyred.
Assyrian International News Agency

Mallawi Martyr
Despite claims from Egyptian media sources that 17 year old Ayman Nabil Labib was killed in an argument over class seating … it has been confirmed that he was actually martyred for his Catholic faith.
Assyrian International News Agency

Griping Gingrich
Recent Catholic convert … and presidential candidate … Newt Gingrich is going to bat for Christianity … speaking out in opposition to the Muslim lawsuit against Catholic University of America during a pig roast in South Carolina.
Fox News

Taunting Tebow
Not many people have to ask who Tim Tebow is … especially now that “Tebowing” is quickly becoming a global sensation.

Monday, October 31, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 10-31

Governor Gone Activist
The governor of New York is now establishing himself a homosexual activist on the national stage … calling boldly for every state in America to follow its example and legalize homosexuality.
New York Times

Gender-Free Scouting
The Girl Scouts are welcoming a young boy into their organization … saying it’s okay … because he’s living like a girl.
Cybernet News Service

Embracing a Cure
Changing from homosexual to heterosexual may not be easy … but newly completed research says it is definitely possible to successfully change one’s sexual orientation.

Satanic Murder
The victim of what appears to be a satanic human sacrifice in South Africa has passed away from her injuries … after her attackers tied her up and set her on fire … putting her in a coma.

Faithful Succession
Royalty in the United Kingdom seems to be softening its prejudice against Catholics … now that rules of succession to the English crown will be changed … allowing royalty to marry members of the One True Faith.
Fox News

Friday, October 28, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 10-28

Gay Economics
Minnesota big business is not being very outspoken … as a vote on a same-sex marriage ban in the state constitution approaches in 2012.
Associated Press

Not far from the tree
Sources tell Fox News that the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) is fueling the “leaderless” Occupy Wall Street movement.
Fox News

Abortion Murder Verdict
Two participants in the infamous house of horrors abortion clinic are pleading guilty to charges of third degree murder … in what is reportedly the first confirmed case of an abortion clinic worker found guilty in the death of a baby.
Lifesite News

Alabama Prayer Ban
Atheists in Alabama are trying to force their godlessness on all Christians practicing their religious rights … this time for allowing the name of Jesus to be mentioned in prayer before school sporting events.
The Times Daily

Running Past Romney
The latest political primary information is rolling in … and it is very clear voters are rejecting Mitt Romney as a front runner of the GOP nomination race … for the second time since July.
Fox News
The Hill
The Bellingham Herald

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 10-27

Pernicious Pepsi Policy
Shareholders are putting up a fight against Pepsi’s contract to use the stem cell lines of aborted babies for flavor research … going as far as asking for help from the Security Exchange Commission.
Chrstian News Wire

Documents Destroyed
Records needed to prosecute Planned Parenthood in Kansas have mysteriously disappeared … causing a delay in the criminal court proceedings.

Latest CUA Lawsuit
More charges are now being filed against Catholic University of America … by the same man who initiated the lawsuit attacking the university’s right to have separate dorms for guys and girls.
The Tower

Homosexual Hate Crime
The violent actions of homosexual activist vandals in Chicago include throwing bricks and hate speech ... directing both forms of hatred at supporters of true marriage.

Shocking Gay Play
A new play in Hartford Connecticut that seeks to expose children to homosexual situations they may be uncomfortable with is being forced on kids … even behind the backs of parents.
Speak Up Movement
Hartford Courant

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 10-26

The mainstream media has the world in a frenzy … claiming the Pope supports the Occupy Wall Street movement … after the release of a new document written by the Vatican’s Department of Justice and Peace.
Spero News

South African Satanists
A young girl is now hospitalized … reportedly after Satanists tried burning her alive … dousing her with petrol and setting her ablaze.
The Telegraph

Sexual Anorexia
Pornography may be considered a social norm … but what male consumers may not realize is its tendency to completely destroy the ability to even participate in marital relations.

Cultural Catholics
One out of every four people in America call themselves Catholic … though how many actually live their Faith is incredibly sad.
USA Today

Pro-Baseball Bets
Two collegial buddies … members of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops … have taken the nation’s pastime to heart … announcing a personal wager on who will win the World Series.
Catholic News Agency

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 10-25

LA Gay Mass
The Archdiocese of Los Angeles’s Ministry with Gay and Lesbian Catholics celebrated over the weekend with a gay mass … honoring its existence in the Church for the past 25 years … according to the Los Angeles Times.
Los Angeles Times

Sex-Ed Standoff
Eleven year olds will soon be learning about extreme deviant sexual behavior and how to use contraceptives from teachers in New York City’s public schools … and the Archdiocese appears to have little to say in the matter.
New York Post
Archdiocese of New York

Screening Scandal
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is cutting off the funding of one of their organizations after it has been discovered that the group distributes condoms.
Lifesite News

Obama’s Emergency Button
The Emergency Alert System is scheduled to be tested for the first time in history on November ninth … during which there will be no television, radio, or video broadcasting of any kind … temporarily.

More Cain Comments
GOP Presidential nominee contender Herman Cain says he may have been taken out of context regarding abortion in one of his recent interviews … although he did not specifically mention which one.

Monday, October 24, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 10-24

Russian Boom or Bust
Reversing years of abortion law in the Eastern European country could bring about a baby boom … or bust.
Associated Press

CAIRing Terrorists
The terrorist-linked Council for American Islamic Relations (known as CAIR) joined the Occupy Wall Street movement over the weekend … for Jummah prayer.

International Agenda
Fifty-three member countries of the former British Empire will be called together in a meeting next week … where they will be asked to repeal their laws forbidding homosexuality … in what is said to be an effort to reduce the number of AIDS cases in the world.
Associated Press

A Question of Truth
Police say they are searching for the culprits of what is being called vandalism in Illinois … after homosexual activists threw bricks with messages through the windows of a Christian building hosting an anti-homosexual speaker at their banquet.

Compromising Cain
Herman Cain may be a little more pliable than he presents himself when it comes to the abortion issue … brought to light in an interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan.

Friday, October 21, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 10-21

Lying to Lori
Jesuits in charge of a Catholic university are reportedly lying to their bishop in an effort to corrupt the young adults in their academic care … by bussing them to hear a homosexual activist contradict Church teaching at the Pro Queer Life Conference.
The Cardinal Newman Society
The Mirror

Homosexual Hatred
Marriage and Family champion Robert George … the Catholic Princeton professor of Jurisprudence … is under fire from homosexual lobbyists … put in their crosshairs by a letter sent to the President of Princeton University.
The New Civil Rights Movement

Fasting for Freedom
A complete government takeover of schools is causing Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze-kiun of China to fast in grief for three days … receiving only Holy Communion and water.
The Vatican Insider

Sarandon Sans Sanity
Once again … the status of celebrity has gone directly to the head of one Hollywood actress … causing her to publicly insult the Pope.

New Nuncio
Our Holy Father … Pope Benedict XVIth has named a new Apostolic Nuncio to the United States.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 10-20

Watchdog Wiped Out
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) is in its death throes … now that the Democrat controlled Senate is quietly burying it.
National Review

Social Suicide
If you are lonely or you don’t have as much money as you think you need … you could very well qualify for assisted suicide in the Netherlands.
National Right to Life News

A Matter of Consent
Newly enforced laws in Arizona are resulting in a 30 percent drop in the number of abortions after being active for only one month.

Rainbow Over Westpoint
The military academy of West Point is holding its 12th annual Diversity and Leadership Conference this week fully in the spirit of the recently repealed Don’t ask Don’t Tell … hosting a prominent atheist and a homosexual author as its key speakers.
Cybernet News Service

Ave Maria Misrepresented
A smear-piece aimed at Ave Maria University … written in the Miami New Times … is taking sensationalistic language to a whole new laughable level.
Creative Minority Report
Miami New Times