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PressTV: Pope’s proposal on homosexuals rejected

If you have read the oath this Pope took as a Jesuit, you will understand that he is not believable. . . ~J

Head of the Roman Catholic Church Pope Francis… 368 more words

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Irish Priest Tony Flannery Begins 18-City US Tour on Conscience & Church Reform

Irish Redemptorist Fr. Tony Flannery, who defied Vatican attempts to silence him, begins an 18-city speaking tour in the US this week that lasts through November 22nd. 418 more words

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Synod Final Report Disappoints, But Significant Progress Is Made In the Process

The synod on marriage and family has released its final report.  You can read it by clicking here, though, so far, it has only been released in Italian. 700 more words

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SYNOD: New Ways Ministry Welcomes Church's New Approach to Gay and Lesbian People

The Extraordinary Synod on Marriage and Family has released a relatio, its mid-term report, and it has encouraging statements. You can read the entire text of the… 574 more words

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SYNOD: Bishop Geoffrey Robinson: Sexual Ethics Should Be Based on Jesus' Teaching

Here in Rome, where church officials are preparing for the opening of the extraordinary synod on marriage and family today, the mood is high, and many people here are saying, that it’s really difficult to say what the outcome of the meeting will be.   1,539 more words

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Boston's Cardinal O'Malley: LGBT Church Worker Firings "Need to be Rectified"

In a one-to-one conversation following a public speaking engagement, Boston’s Cardinal Sean O’Malley said that the firing of church workers because of LGBT issues is a situation that “needs to be rectified,” becoming the first prelate to speak against this trend. 816 more words

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Gay Group Marching in NYC St. Patrick's Day Parade Is a Major Step Forward

St. Patrick’s Day will be more LGBT-inclusive for New Yorkers next year, with organizers of that city’s parade announcing lesbian and gay people will, for the first time, be welcomed to participate via an LGBT contingent. 689 more words

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