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Op-Ed: Why would anyone with an ounce of humanity wish to be a Catholic?

The Catholic hierarchy will never be convinced when it comes to gay marriage – or gay anything at all. There’s little or no point in continuing to try. Never the twain shall meet.

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.

Catholic bishops prepare to battle Obama over gay marriage

As Catholic Bishops meet to forge a common front against Barack Obama, Archbishop Dolan has warned the President's decision not to defend a ban on gay marriage could "precipitate a national conflict between Church and State of enormous proportions."

Catholic publisher accused of peddling porn claims it's 'erotica'

Augsburg - Media reports accusing the German Catholic episcopacy of involvement in publishing pornography are causing controversy. Reports say the German episcopacy is sole owner of the second largest publisher in Germany WELTBILD, a publisher of erotic literature.

Roman Catholic bishops applaud ban on embryonic stem cell patents

Brussels - Roman Catholic bishops in Europe have said they welcome the decision of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) to ban the patenting of scientific techniques that use stem cells derived from human embryo.

Catholic bishops challenge Obama on religious freedom in the U.S.

Catholic bishops in the U.S. are worried about religious freedom in the country. They have decided to challenge President Barack Obama on what they say is his administration's assault on religious freedom.

Canadian Catholics concerned over Easter weekend advance polling

Ottawa - The President of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops has asked the Chief Electoral Officer of Canada to ensure the staff and volunteers of Elections Canada will be able to attend worship during Holy Week.

Bishops Warn New E.U. Directive Could Silence Christian Voices

Roman Catholic leaders in the U.K. have warned that a proposed E.U. Directive could become an ”instrument of oppression.” The Bishops warned of danger to religious freedom in Europe, should the directive be passed.

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