Monthly Archives: February 2011

Womens Day and Expulsion of a Lady Trustee by Salvation Church Dadar

Extracts of a Letter sent to the Cardinal Posted on February 26, 2011 by The Voice Of Bombay’s Catholic Laity The Women’s Commission is celebrating “Women’s Day” on 27th Feb & emails suggest that His Lordship Bsp Bosco will not only be … Continue reading

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Will Arogyamata in Marinagar,Mahim be redeveloped?

Posted on February 26, 2011 by The Voice Of Bombay’s Catholic Laity The Maharashtra Government has announced an FSI of 3 for cessed buildings irrespective of the category of the cess.Marinagar which is situated in Mahim on a plot of land admeasuring … Continue reading

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Crosses in BAndra/Khar to be demolished

The residents of Nagpada Bombay Central made a desperate call to the A.O.C.C .asking for help as a Holy Cross in their compound at Nagpada Bombay Central was being  desecrated and likely to be demolished by some builders men. Accordingly … Continue reading

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Billboard in Manhattan describes abortion as ‘number one killer’ of blacks

Billboard in Manhattan describes abortion as ‘number one killer’ of blacks A new billboard campaign has responded to the high abortion rate among black women in New York City by declaring “the most dangerous place for an African American is … Continue reading

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Blair’s priest parties with transvestite ‘nuns’

Blair’s priest parties with transvestite ‘nuns’ He is the best-known Catholic priest in ­Britain after Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor, the former Archbishop of Westminster. So it was only fitting that Father Michael Seed, 53 — the man who helped convert former … Continue reading

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Asia Bibi from prison: God will hear my prayers

Asia Bibi from prison: God will hear my prayers Speaking from the Sheikhupura Prison near Lahore, Pakistan, Asia Bibi, the first Christian woman condemned to death under the country’s Blasphemy Law, is reiterating her innocence and says she trusts “God … Continue reading

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Charges initiated against Pope for crimes against humanity

PATSY McGARRY, Religious Affairs Correspondent,Irish Times TWO GERMAN lawyers have initiated charges against Pope Benedict XVI at the International Criminal Court, alleging crimes against humanity. Christian Sailer and Gert-Joachim Hetzel, based at Marktheidenfeld in the Pope’s home state of Bavaria, … Continue reading

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