Monthly Archives: October 2011

Vedhike to Launch anti-Rathyatra awareness programme..

Posted on October 27, 2011 by christianreforms P.B D’Sa Christian Reforms Mangalore

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“Huge number of SKELETONS in their HEARTS, MINDS and CUPBOARDS.”

“Huge number of SKELETONS in their HEARTS, MINDS and CUPBOARDS.” A very healthy development that is raging all over the Christian Population of India is a debate started by Fr. Ronnie Prabhu S.J. Director of “Fathima Retreat House” Mangalore, as … Continue reading

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Bishop Morris responds to bishops’ statement

Bishop Emeritus of Toowoomba, William Morris has released a statement claiming that he did not resign, in a response to the statement released by the Australian bishops at the end of their ad limina visit, reports Catholic Culture.org. “The Statement … Continue reading

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Donegal priest prayed for Gadafy and Cork priest who did pioneering speech therapy celebrated

FORMER LIBYAN dictator Muammar Gadafy was prayed for at Mass in a Donegal church, it has emerged. The prayers were said on Sunday in St Eunan’s Church, Raphoe, by parish priest Fr Dinny McGettigan (72). The popular priest surprised parishioners … Continue reading

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Vatican sexual abuse inquiry into Ealing Abbey given short shrift

Alleged victims of sexual abuse have reacted coolly to the news of a Vatican investigation into a London abbey, and have called for inquiries into other Roman Catholic institutions where children are claimed to have been mistreated. The Congregation for … Continue reading

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Traditionalist Leaders Go to Fatima,Benedict XVI Goes to AssisiWhich Way Will YOU Go?

Part IV Countdown to Fatima Not Assisi – 30 Days A Commentary by Randy Engel Dear Friends, This is the fourth and probably final article in this series on “Fatima Not Assisi,” concerning the planned visit of Benedict XVI to … Continue reading

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Problems continue for St Paul’s as protesters stay put

St Paul’s Cathedral is considering taking out an injunction to remove hundreds of anti-capitalist protesters occupying the churchyard. The cathedral has been in talks about legal action with the City of London Corporation. Around 300 protesters have gathered outside the … Continue reading

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