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Tuesday, June 27, 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.
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4/24/2008
Thursday
Senior judge says British family life is ‘in meltdown’ 
British Church Newspaper � by a correspondent � Viewed 3,100+ times
“Family breakdown ‘ a cancer’ behind almost every evil affecting the country” A senior Family Division judge, Mr Justice Sir Paul Coleridge (58),...

“Halting mosques is about defending the UK’s Christian freedoms” 
British Church Newspaper � 11 April 2008 � Viewed 2,400+ times
Mrs. Alison Ruoff has spoken on halting new mosques in the United Kingdom to protect Christian freedoms. The former magistrate, member of General Synod of the Church of England...

At least 18,000 redundant churches and chapels 
British Church Newspaper � 11 April 2008 � Viewed 2,300+ times
At least 18,000 churches and chapels have been sold across England, according to a report in The Daily Telegraph. Some are restaurants, community centres or nightclubs,...

Church in Wales rejects women bishops 
British Church Newspaper � by our correspondent in Wales � Viewed 2,200+ times
Eleven years after the first women were ordained in the Church in Wales, just under a quarter of the clergy are women. To many within that church, the next logical step is to...

4/8/2008
Tuesday
Polish RC anti-Semitic radio loses EU funding 
British Church Newspaper � 28 March 2008 � Viewed 2,700+ times
The head of Poland’s largest Roman Catholic radio station has condemned a decision by the country’s new government to block an application for a European Union grant to build a...

RC priest’s sentence for genocide increased from 15 years to life 
British Church Newspaper � by a correspondent � Viewed 2,300+ times
A former Rwandan Roman Catholic priest, Athanase Seromba, has had his 15-year jail term for genocide increased to life in prison. He was found guilty of aiding and abetting...

RC rebel Hans Kueng feted on his 80th birthday 
British Church Newspaper � 28 March 2008 � Viewed 2,400+ times
The Roman Catholic reform movement "We are Church" has eulogised the world-famous Swiss theologian, Hans Kueng, on his 80th birthday. Kueng was official adviser to the Second...

European religious leaders say faith symbols ‘offend no one’ 
British Church Newspaper � 28 March 2008 � Viewed 2,300+ times
A Christian Orthodox metropolitan, a Lutheran bishop and a Roman Catholic cardinal have joined other religious leaders in defending the public display of faith symbols in...

3/19/2008
Wednesday
UN and WCC forge closer partnership to fight ‘intolerance’ 
British Church Newspaper � 14 March 2008 � Viewed 2,300+ times
In a wide ranging discussion at the Geneva offices of the World Council of Churches (WCC) the UN secretary general, H.E. Ban Ki-Moon and WCC general secretary, Rev. Dr Samuel...

Multimillion pound interfaith centre to open in England 
British Church Newspaper � 14 March 2008 � Viewed 2,500+ times
A 6.5 million British pounds (US$12 million) multifaith centre is to be built in Guildford, with separate worship areas for Christians, Jews, Muslims, Sikhs and a further shared...

3/10/2008
Monday
Heartsearching at the WCC’s 60th anniversary celebrations 
British Church Newspaper � 29 February 2008 � Viewed 2,400+ times
The World Council of Churches celebrated its 60th anniversary 13-20 February. It claims that, “its greatest achievement has not been a particular issue, programme or...

Anglican ‘theology of inter faith relations’ based on Pope’s Declaration 
British Church Newspaper � 29 February 2008 � Viewed 2,400+ times
After four years work, the Anglican Communion Network for Interfaith has produced a short treatise Generous Love: the truth of the Gospel and the call to dialogue. It...

Ecumenists hold privileged meetings with EU leaders 
British Church Newspaper � 29 February 2008 � Viewed 2,400+ times
The new EU President received a delegation from the EU churches on February 19. This is one of a series of regular meetings which the Roman Catholic and other ecumenical churches...

Pope may canonise mass murderer Archbp Stepinac 
British Church Newspaper � 29 February 2008 � Viewed 2,500+ times
Archbishop Stepinac, who personally directed the appalling Ustashi holocaust in Croatia during World War II, is on course to be made a saint. Stepinac described Hitler as ‘The...

Fossil finds point once again to creation and the flood 
British Church Newspaper � by a correspondent � Viewed 2,500+ times
The discovery within the past month of the fossils of a baby dinosaur, thought to be a pterosaur, in western Lioaning province, China, and of a giant frog in Madagascar, have both...

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