Monday, June 13, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 06-13

Gay Rights Target Children in Ad

A new ad campaign called "It Gets Better" targets the children of conservative families saying it is ok to be gay. The premise is that children are being suppressed and are not allowed to express their true selves.

Gay Pride Mass in Boston Canceled

We reported last week on how a parish in the Archdiocese of Boston was planning to host a "Gay Pride Mass". The Mass has now been canceled, but "official" reports about what happened are a little sketchy.

Vatican Points Out Excommunication for Unsanctioned Ordinations

The Vatican is keeping up the pressure on the Catholic Church in China with the release of a new document from the Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts reaffirming the canonical penally of excommunication for unauthorized episcopal ordinations.

Man Punished for Forcing Abortion at Gunpoint

A man in Ohio forced his girlfriend into an abortion clinic, AT GUN POINT!

Muslim Woman Sues Allentown Archdiocese

A Muslim woman has filed a religious-discrimination lawsuit against theta Diocese of Allentown, Pennsylvania, claiming she was dismissed from her job at the diocese because of her faith.

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