Friday, June 17, 2011

Catholic News Roundup 06-17

NCR Ordinariate Report

Two Anglican congregations in Maryland have announced their intention to join the Ordinariate once it is established, while it could immediately bring in as many as one hundred Anglican ministers and two thousand faithful.

USCCB on Assisted Suicide

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has released a document challenging the ongoing efforts to promote assisted suicide.

Bishop's Document

Rainbow Angers Gay Activists

A Catholic school board in Ontario, Canada has caved to heavy criticism after banning the use of rainbows on Campus as homosexual symbols.

LifeSiteNews Op-Ed

Georgetown Takes Money from Islam

Georgetown University is being called to answer questions for accepting money from a group labeled by the FBI as a front for terrorism.

Indonesia Church Attacks

The Indonesian committee on religion and peace has recorded more than two hundred Muslim attacks on churches since 2006 while forty-six attacks took place last year alone.

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