Monthly Archives: August 2011

Many Priests in Mexico Threatened by Drug Dealers Says Catholic Church

The Archdiocese of Mexico through its Archbishop, Cardinal Norberto Rivera Carrera, condemned the cowardly attack which took place in the city of Monterrey in Nuevo Leon, which caused the death of over 50 people. “We are talking about innocent people … Continue reading

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Parishes asked to sell houses and fund diocese abuse bill

PARISH priests in a scandal-hit diocese have been told to draw up a list of properties that can be sold to raise funds for child-abuse compensation. The Irish Independent has learned that the Diocese of Cloyne in Cork is making … Continue reading

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I’m no danger says abuser ex-priest

A former Roman Catholic priest exposed as a serial child sex abuser has claimed he poses no “threat or danger to children”. Bill Carney was accused by the Murphy report, which was published in Ireland two years ago, of abusing … Continue reading

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LONDON CONVENTION COST THE GOAN TAX PAYER OVER 12 LAKHS

The Goa Government has incurred an expenditure of over Rs 12, 60, 000 on the four day Global Goans Convention which was held at London from July 22nd to July 25th this year. This has been revealed in the information … Continue reading

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My generation did not evangelise enough, says Pope

My generation did not evangelise enough, says Pope By CAROL GLATZ on Monday, 29 August 2011 The Pontiff at a seminar with his former students (CNS photo/L’Osservatore Romano via Reuters) Cradle Catholics have not done enough to show people that … Continue reading

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Cardinal on a collision course with State over confession

CARDINAL Sean Brady has voiced vehement opposition to government plans to criminalise priests who do not report sex abuse admitted in the confessional. Speaking for the first time on the issue yesterday, the Catholic Primate embarked on a collision course … Continue reading

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‘Police interfere in activities of Protestant churches’

‘Police interfere in activities of Protestant churches’ Pastors have been told to take permission from the DC before holding prayer meetings. ‘Police interfere in activities of Protestant churches’ Mangalore, Aug 28, DHNS: The Karnataka Missions Network has alleged that pastors … Continue reading

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