Monthly Archives: July 2011

Archbishop John C. Favalora of Miami Part of the Lavender Mafia or not?

Is the Archdiocese of Miami controlled by Gay Clergy? Fundamentalist Catholics appear to believe it is. Recently part of the Temple Police a group known as Christifidelis has set their sights on the Archbishop Emeritus of Miami John C. Favalora. … Continue reading

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US Catholic Bishops Vs. Tea Party

Is the US Conference of Catholic Bishops willing to take on the “Tea Party?” On Wednesday, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops sent a letter to Speaker Boehner informing him of its opposition to his deficit reduction proposal and … Continue reading

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Has Dan Savage Crossed the Line?

A few weeks ago the New York Times Magazine published a piece by Mark Oppenheimer about marriage and fidelity. According to Mr Savage the whole purpose of marriage should be stability rather than fidelity. Thwarting one’s own sexual impulses in the name of … Continue reading

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The Rainbow Sash Movement Challenging the Vatican on Female Priests

By Bill O’Connor Rainbow Sash Movement News The Roman Catholic Family is a Tiger that is beginning to wake out of long slumber. The Vatican and Catholic Bishops have confused the Church with themselves. They have sadly forgotten about the … Continue reading

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Repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act Gets Hearing in the US Senate

WASHINGTON (RSMNews) — Legislation pending in both houses of Congress would repeal the 15-year-old Defense of Marriage Act, allowing legally married same-sex couples to take advantage of the same benefits married heterosexual couples receive under federal law. Called the Respect … Continue reading

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Archbishop Chaput or Vatican Smoke and Mirrors

Archbishop Chaput has been picked to replace Cardinal Justin Rigali. . Chaput former Archbishop of Denver, Colorado, takes his new post in Philadelphia at the behest of Pope Benedict XVI following the resignation of Cardinal Justin Rigali five months after … Continue reading

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The Rainbow Sash Movement Calls for Equality for the Poor

The Rainbow Sash Movement must raise its voice to speak out for the poor of our country when they are being marginalized and dismissed within the national debate about raising the National Debt Ceiling. Unfortunately the national moral compass has … Continue reading

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