Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 06-08

Episcopal Church Returns to Catholicism

St. Luke's Episcopal parish in Bladensburg, Maryland is severing ties to its liberal bishop and joining the Archdiocese of Washington. The decision comes after Anglican bishop John Bryson Chane spoke in favor of same-sex marriage, among other issues. it would seem these Anglicans (soon-to-be Catholics) understand the Catholic Faith better than some Catholic politicians…

Philippines Now Offered Money to Pass RH Bill

The Philippines is now being offered money from Western nations if the Reproductive health bill is passed.

Jesuit Leadership Continues to Defend Pro-Abortion Organization

The Cardinal of Mexico City has denounced PRODH, a pro-abortion organization, but the Jesuit leadership is defending the center's director Fr. Arriaga.

Man Places Billboard Criticizing Former Girlfriend's Abortion

A man in New Mexico, with the backing of state and local pro-life organizations is creating controversy, though it highlights the harm that abortion causes Fathers.

ireland No Longer a "Bastian of Catholicism"

the archbishop of Dublin says he hopes the International Eucharistic Congress to be held next year in his city might encourage the Church ireland as it seeks renewal.

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