Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Catholic News-Tuesday, May 29, 2007 A.D.

Bartholomew I: Turkey Must Protect Minorities - staff, ZENIT WaPo Slams Archbishop Burke - Michael Chapman, NewsBusters 'Snuff' Gun Owner, Says Fr. Pfleger - Susan Jones, CNS News 4000 Christians in India Arrested During Protest - staff, ZENIT The New Irish, Vietnam! - staff, California Catholic Daily 200 Million Persecuted Christians - Brian Monyahan, London Times CVSTOS FIDEI AFTERNOON EDITION
38 New Priests for Opus Dei - staff, ZENIT Stay-at-Home Economics - Domenico Bettinelli, Bettnet.com Stigmatize Planned Parenthood - Kathryn Jean Lopez, Townhall.com Swiss Suicide Worries - Wesley J. Smith, Secondhand Smoke ByzFaith Blog Folds - Karen, ByzFaith Vatican Goes Green - staff, United Press International The Pill & Its Abortifacient Side Effects - Christina, CoaCS Brownback: GOP Won't Nominate Pro-Abort - Steven Ertelt, LN ..but..Social Cons Back Giuliani - David Paul Kuhn, The Politico Madeleine's Parents to Meet Pope - Press Association, The Guardian 1/2 Million Bulgarian Catholics at Whitsun Pilgrimage - Palma, PRF Bell Tolls on Catholic Tradition in Italy - Nick Pisa, Telegraph DePaul University Plans Gay Conference - staff, TFP When Reality is Up for Grabs - Mark Steyn, Western Standard Anglican Church in a 'Mess' - Jonathan Petre, Telegraph
Shameless Blog Plug of the Day: Musings of a Pertinacious Papist by Dr. Philip Blosser
Movie Review:
by Tito, Custos Fidei.
(this movie is still playing in Houston!) Odd News Item of the Day: Big Cat Likes Getting Wet & Wild by Michael Hanlon, Daily Mail
Last Weeks News:
For May 23 click here.


John said...

The way you change headlines in your links to things that don't represent the content is just fascinating! In this one, an article about school curricula in Europe becomes something about "liberals" rewriting history. Which gives the reader a very different impression than the actual article.

Most liberals I know find what's described there appalling.

But nevertheless, the sheer bravura of your dishonesty is something to see!

Unknown said...


I have to agree with you to a certain extent. That was the only link I didn't read completely and the second half of it had nothing to do with what I thought was the subject.

Nonetheless I thank you for your keen attention to detail!

God bless.


John said...

Thanks for the link to the article, by the way - I think Steyn is on the mark with his comments.

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