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Op-Ed: Farewell to Pontiff — U.S. Bishop share his respects

A Pontiff excuses himself from the most revered post in the world drawing questions and speculations while the search for a successor draws candidates from around.
In the Media by Christopher Wager

Gay controversy threatens to split Church of Ireland

A controversy over same-sex relationships has arisen in the Church of Ireland after it became known that the Dean of Leighlin (Carlow), the Very Reverend Tom Gordon, married his same-sex partner of 20 years in a civil ceremony at a registry in July.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 2 comments

PH Catholic Bishops return vehicles purchased from state funds

At least six Catholic bishops who received service vehicles purchased out of government funds have decided to return them to the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO), the government agency that released the funds.
In the Media by Leo Reyes

Gays may become Church of England bishops – if they stay celibate

The Church of England looks set to allow openly gay clergy to become bishops. But there’s a catch: unlike their heterosexual counterparts, they will have to remain celibate.
In the Media by Andrew John

Op-Ed: Despised and rejected – gays and Christianity

It’s never been easy being gay – especially gay and religious. It’s got better in some countries – and in my own, the UK, it’s almost cool, and there are laws to protect homosexuals against discrimination.
In the Media by Andrew John - 4 comments

New Orthodox Archbishop of Johannesburg and Pretoria

Johannesburg - The Orthodox Archbishop of Johannesburg and Pretoria, Metropolitan Seraphim (Kykkotis), has been transferred to Zimbabwe, and the new Archbishop will be Bishop Damaskinos of Ghana.
In the Media by Stephen Hayes

Help to reform lawmaking chamber, UK bishops urged

Anglican bishops in Britain are being urged to take a leading role in reforming the country’s upper legislative chamber, the House of Lords.
In the Media by Andrew John

UK peers approve gay ‘marriage’ ceremonies on religious premises

Britain’s upper legislative chamber, the House of Lords, has voted to allow the use of religious premises and religious language in same-sex partnership ceremonies.
In the Media by Andrew John - 1 comment

Catholic Bishops vs. Barack Obama

Abortion was on the back burner during this election cycle but U.S. Catholic Bishops are a gathering force determined to pit Catholic faithful against Barack Obama. Obama’s extreme pro-choice stance is forcing many Catholics to take a second look.
In the Media by Barbara Sowell - 17 comments

Death of Richard Wood, former Anglican bishop

Richard Wood, former Anglican bishop suffragan of Namibia, died on 9 October 2008 at his home at Itchen Abbas, Hampshire, England.
In the Media by Stephen Hayes

Hippy, playboy Jesus ad riles Belgian bishops

Catholic bishops in Belgium have protested a new TV ad depicting a pot-bellied, hippy Jesus performing miracles and picking up scantily-clad girls up in a nightclub, a church spokesman said Friday.
In the Media by RobotGod - 1 comment

Spanish bishops fear rebirth of Islamic kingdom

There is concern among Spanish bishops over plans to make the city of Cordoba into pilgrimage site for European Muslims.
In the Media by bullseye - 3 comments
 

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