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Saturday, July 22, 2017
Rome In The News
The following archive represents our ongoing, daily efforts to monitor Rome's activities in the news across the world. Please note that these are "raw news" articles and do not in any way reflect the opinions of the EIPS.
  � Page 1 �  Found: Last 300 raw news items


6/7/2009
Sunday
Warnings of Scots National Church Split Over Homosexuality 
British Church Newspaper � by our Belfast correspondent � Viewed 6,800+ times
The rift within the Church of Scotland appears to have widened, with some Evangelicals within the Church warning of a potential split if the General Assembly approves the...

Church of Ireland Synod makes ecumenical history 
British Church Newspaper � by our Belfast correspondent � Viewed 6,500+ times
According to a gleeful report in the latest edition of the Irish Catholic, the Church of Ireland has made ecumenical history - in more ways than one! The Synod’s annual...

5/13/2009
Wednesday
East German ‘Protestant revolution’ remembered 
British Church Newspaper � 8 May 2009 � Viewed 5,900+ times
Christians in eastern Germany have launched a campaign to mark the 20th anniversary of the peaceful revolution that overthrew communism. The Ecumenical Assembly that gathered...

Pope prioritises Roman Catholic-Muslim relations on Middle East tour 
British Church Newspaper � 8 May 2009 � Viewed 6,000+ times
Pope Benedict XVI will begin his trip to the Middle East and the Holy Land with nearly three full days in the Muslim-majority Kingdom of Jordan. He will meet with Muslim religious...

5/2/2009
Saturday
50,000 grassroots RCs demand urgent papal reforms 
British Church Newspaper � 2 May 2009 � Viewed 6,100+ times
The liberal, international, Roman Catholic Movement We are Church has chosen the 4th anniversary of the election of Pope Benedict (April 19, 2005) to launch another...

4/7/2009
Tuesday
Vatican in crisis say Italian media and campaigners for reform 
British Church Newspaper � 27 March 2009 � Viewed 3,400+ times
The governance structure of the Vatican needs to change as a result of weaknesses exposed by the controversy over the lifting of the excommunication of a prelate who had denied...

RC reform movement grumbles about the Pope 
British Church Newspaper � 27 March 2009 � Viewed 3,400+ times
The large, liberal, international, Roman Catholic reform movement We are Church continues to criticise the Pope while denying that that is what it is doing. We are...

4/3/2009
Friday
Pope made to seem ‘either ill educated or ill intentioned’ 
British Church Newspaper � 27 March 2009 � Viewed 3,500+ times
During Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to Cameroon on 18 March, he said that HIV and AIDS cannot be “resolved by distributing condoms; quite the contrary, we risk worsening the...

Pope announces new plenary indulgence 
British Church Newspaper � 27 March 2009 � Viewed 3,900+ times
Pope Benedict XVI, has granted a “plenary indulgence” to believers who visit the Basilica of St Paul in Rome during the Pauline Year (June 2008-June 2009). Five centuries ago,...

Protect Sunday as a special day, ecumenists tell EU 
British Church Newspaper � 27 March 2009 � Viewed 3,700+ times
Europe’s Protestant, Anglican and Orthodox churches have urged the European Union to protect Sunday as a day of rest. “Scientific research shows that Sunday is more closely...

3/25/2009
Wednesday
Half of Polish priests want end to celibacy 
British Church Newspaper � 18 March 2009 � Viewed 3,400+ times
A survey has suggested that more than half the country’s priests wished to have wives and families. It indicated that 54 percent of Polish priests favoured an end to celibacy...

Top EU ecumenists set their agenda for 2009 
British Church Newspaper � 18 March 2009 � Viewed 3,400+ times
The joint working session of the two leading ecumenical bodies of the European Union have published their agreed agenda for 2009, including climate change, interfaith activities...

3/22/2009
Sunday
Rome celebrates Darwin who lost his faith 
British Church Newspaper � 18 March 2009 � Viewed 3,700+ times
Scientists, philosophers and theologians met to discuss Darwin’s theory of evolution in relation to belief in divine creation at a five-day academic conference in Rome. The...

Anglican bishop is a Buddhist 
British Church Newspaper � 18 March 2009 � Viewed 4,000+ times
The one and only candidate to be the next Bishop of Northern Michigan, The Rev. Kevin Thew Forrester, has received a Buddhist lay ordination. He was elected on the first ballot...

Pope’s Visit to the UK is upgraded 
British Church Newspaper � 18 March 2009 � Viewed 3,700+ times
If the Holy See intimates that a visit by the Pope to the UK is on, The Times has learned that it will be upgraded to a State visit and a formal invitation issued by the...

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