Monthly Archives: September 2011

Catholic Bishops Side Step Death Penality

On Monday September 26, 2011 the US Conference of Catholic Bishops Pro-Life Activities Committee released a statement on its October’s “Respect Life Month” campaign authored by Galveston-Houston Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo. Conspicuously absent from the letter was any mention of … Continue reading

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Illinois Catholic Charities loses Children win again

A Sangamon County, Ill., circuit judge said in a hearing Monday that he will not reconsider his ruling that the state need not contract with foster care and adoption agencies in the Roman Catholic dioceses of Belleville, Springfield, Peoria and … Continue reading

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Pope Benedict XVI – Will he resign in 2012?

Will Pope Benedict XVI resign as Pope when he reaches 85 in 2012? This was published on the front page of Libero’s a Italian Newspaper. The Vatican’s response while not directly denying it is masked in ambiguity. Their response was … Continue reading

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Archbishop Dolan’s Gay Bashing Letter to President Obama Challenged

Dear Mr. President: I hope this letter finds you and your family in good health and spirits. I am writing this letter in the name of the Rainbow Sash Movement a national and international Catholic Gay and Lesbian Organization. The … Continue reading

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Fr. Pavone Challenged by Rainbow Sash Movement

The recent controversy surrounding  Fr. Pavone Priests for life,  and Bishop Patrick J. Zurek   of the Dicoese of Amarillo Texas appears to be one of authority. Fr Pavone wants to be able to choose what his role will be in … Continue reading

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Why is Pope Benedict XVI Welcoming Anti-Semitism back into the Church?

Apparently the schismatic and anti-sematic group will be welcomed back into the Church if they agree with a secretive “doctrinal preamble” listing several principles they must agree with in order to move toward full reconciliation with church. The traditionalist Society … Continue reading

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Rainbow Sash Movement Endorses the Associaton of Gay & Lesbian Ministries Conference

The Rainbow Sash Movement wishes to congratulate the Catholic Association of Gay & Lesbian Ministries (CALGM) on their 2011 conference to be held next week in Albany, New York – with key Catholics from Oakland to San Diego playing important roles. Clearly … Continue reading

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