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.