Archive of August 30, 2008

Police beat and shock Catholic protestors in Hanoi

Aug 30, 2008 - 09:24 pm .- Several Catholic demonstrators protesting on Thursday night against the arrest of some their fellow parishioners were involved in a clash with Hanoi police outside of a police station. Demonstrators have claimed the police beat them and used stun guns on them, while the police chief claimed the demonstration was broken up peacefully.

Attacks on Christians in India exemplify 'Christianophobia,' says Vatican official

Aug 30, 2008 - 06:52 am .- Vatican foreign minister Archbishop Dominique Mamberti on Friday said the anti-Christian attacks in India and the decline of the Christian population in Iraq shows religious freedom is still a pressing matter. Decrying what he called “Christianophobia,” he called for anti-Christian violence to be combated “as decisively as ‘Islamophobia’ and anti-Semitism.”

Howard Dean discusses Democrats’ newfound zeal for religion

Aug 30, 2008 - 02:32 am .- Howard Dean, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, made an unscheduled appearance on Thursday at the Faith in Action Forum at the Democratic National Convention in Denver. There he explained what motivated the Democratic Party to increase its displays of religiosity and to involve “people of faith.”

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