Pope Benedict XVI on Sunday called on bishops from around the world to revive the Christian faith among those who have forgotten or abandoned it.
The Church needs a new ‚Äúmissionary dynamic‚ÄĚ of lay people and must pay ‚Äúparticular attention (to) baptized people who do not live according to the requirements of the baptism,‚ÄĚ he said as 262 bishops wound up a three-week huddle that broached all major issues and crises shaking the 2,000-year-old institution.
Clerics must also apply ‚Äúnew methods, a new language that suits different cultures‚ÄĚ in their bid for a ‚Äúnew evangelism,‚ÄĚ he said during a closing mass at Saint Peter‚Äôs....
Archbishop Hart apologises for paedophile priest title, from which, "...At the royal commission into child sexual abuse this morning, the Catholic Archbishop of Melbourne apologised for the Church conferring a title on a paedophile priest after he'd been released from jail."
Courts pay better than the Church from which we get this excerpt: "Sexual abuse victims who sue the Catholic Church receive far more in compensation than those who reach settlements under the church's own scheme." This article not only has a video but also I transcript. I wonder if victims in the United States what also find going through the court system to be a better idea?
This is an interesting article, written by an ex Catholic. So, he has paid attention to the subject. Actually he is talking about John Paul the second, but of course, one pope carries on the evil of his predecessor. The New Catholic Evangelization.
Francis, the talking "pope" (hoggardism) stated: "Clerics must also apply ‚Äúnew methods, a new language that suits different cultures‚ÄĚ in their bid for a ‚Äúnew evangelism,‚ÄĚ he said during a closing mass at Saint Peter‚Äôs. ..." If only he would try out the blueprint in the real Bible. Then they wouldn't need "relevant, new" methods. It's really so simplistic: Faith comes by hearing the Word of God.
Abortion Counselling another form of child abuse in Australia. This program has a transcript with it. It's a pity that there doesn't seem DB a birthright international chapter in Australia, it appears that they needed one. Birthright International
Church slow to pay compensation, from which, "The Catholic Church In Melbourne has been accused of dragging its heels on a promise to reform a compensation scheme for victims of sexual abuse." a transcript is also included, time to make a Pilgrimage From Rome