Archive of June 6, 2009

San Diego officials apologize for investigating home-based Bible study

Jun 6, 2009 - 06:17 pm .- San Diego County officials have agreed to rescind a cease-and-desist order issued to a pastor who held a small Bible study in his home, apologizing for intrusive questions about the meetings.

Notre Dame protesters defend support for unborn

Jun 6, 2009 - 01:45 pm .- "I just don’t think I am guilty for witnessing about abortion on the campus of a Catholic university," explained Dr. Monica Miller, one of the 40 individuals arrested for trespassing while protesting at Notre Dame’s graduation on the weekend of May 17. Miller and members of a pro-life organization pleaded "not guilty" in court on June 3.

Cerebral palsy couldn’t stop author

Jun 6, 2009 - 01:39 pm .- When Deanna Lingenfelter was born in January of 1952, doctors told her parents she would not survive. Fifty-seven years later, Deanna has authored three books and attributes all her accomplishments to God and her strong Catholic parents.

Catholic Answers sues IRS, alleging ‘intimidation’ on political issues

Jun 6, 2009 - 07:58 am .- The apologetics organization Catholic Answers has filed suit against the Internal Revenue Service claiming the federal tax collection agency has “intimidated” churches and non-profit groups into silence on politically controversial moral issues.

Australians to celebrate Congress for the New Evangelization

Jun 6, 2009 - 02:12 am .- The Archdiocese of Sydney will celebrate the its Congress for the New Evangelization July 18-26 as part of the first anniversary of Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to Australia for World Youth Day last July.

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