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Tuesday, August 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.
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2/12/2008
Tuesday
Jesuits elect a new Black Pope 
British Church Newspaper � 1 February 2008 � Viewed 2,400+ times
The Society of Jesus, the Jesuits, have elected a 71-year-old Spanish-born priest to be the next ‘Black Pope’, as the Superior General of the order is called. The Rev. Adolfo...

British and Polish RCs at odds over migrants 
British Church Newspaper � 1 February 2008 � Viewed 2,700+ times
Roman Catholic leaders in Britain and Poland have publicly disagreed over provision for the large numbers of Polish migrants . More than two million Poles have left their country...

Church of Rome ‘in terminal decline’ in Britain says report 
British Church Newspaper � 1 February 2008 � Viewed 2,500+ times
“Church is called to action on mass exit,” say the headlines of the Catholic Times (January 20). It continues, “A gloomy picture of a church in terminal decline in almost...

1/25/2008
Friday
Church Society slams Covenant 
British Church Newspaper � 18 January 2008 � Viewed 2,300+ times
The Archbishop of Canterbury has persuaded the worldwide Anglican Communion to devise a Covenant to unite the Communion and deal with disputes. The Covenant would replace the 39...

Row over ‘alternative Lambeth Conference’ 
British Church Newspaper � 18 January 2008 � Viewed 2,600+ times
A controversy has erupted over the meeting of Anglicans in Jerusalem scheduled for June 2008, just a month before the Lambeth Conference meets in Canterbury. The Jerusalem...

Abp of Canterbury kept special Communion for homosexuals secret from Bp of London 
By a correspondent � 18 January 2008 � Viewed 2,500+ times
A special communion service for homosexuals was arranged in London last month at which Dr Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, officiated and gave communion. But neither he,...

1/22/2008
Tuesday
Indulgences are boosting Lourdes 
British Church Newspaper � 18 January 2008 � Viewed 2,600+ times
British travel agents are predicting a substantial increase in pilgrims to Lourdes in 2008. Attendance at Lourdes has been declining but on 5 December, the Pope authorised a...

Jesuits in Rome to elect new Black Pope; Cardinal pleads for more loyalty to Pope 
British Church Newspaper � 18 January 2008 � Viewed 2,500+ times
The Society of Jesus is meeting in Rome to elect a new Superior General, known as the Black Pope, to replace the Rev. Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, 79, a Dutch-born priest, who is...

Poland honours priest who named and shamed bishops that collaborated with the secret police 
British Church Newspaper � 18 January 2008 � Viewed 2,400+ times
Poland’s Civil Rights Ombudsman has awarded a special prize to a priest who stirred up controversy by investigating links between the Roman Catholic clergy and the country’s...

1/8/2008
Tuesday
EU ecumenists insist on more cooperation with European Muslims 
British Church Newspaper � 21 December 2007 � Viewed 2,400+ times
The top EU ecumenists are insisting that Christians seek common ground with European Muslims and commence a dialogue. The Committee for Relations with Muslims in Europe was...

Christian Peoples Alliance joins EU Roman Catholic parties 
British Church Newspaper � 21 December 2007 � Viewed 2,600+ times
The Christian Peoples Alliance has become the first British party formally to join the continental Christian Democratic parties, the leading Roman Catholic parties of the European...

Pope announces new Plenary Indulgence 
British Church Newspaper � 21 December 2007 � Viewed 2,600+ times
Pope Benedict has announced that persons visiting the Holy Shrine of Lourdes within a year from 8 December 2007 will receive a Plenary Indulgence, excusing them the pains of...

12/19/2007
Wednesday
Pope Benedict’s new encyclical Spes Salvi 
British Church Newspaper � 7 December 2007 � Viewed 2,800+ times
Pope Benedict XVI in his latest encyclical published on 30 November, has criticised secular ideas of progress such as the Enlightenment, the French Revolution, Marxism, and...

Europe with fewer RCs still has the most cardinals 
British Church Newspaper � 7 December 2007 � Viewed 2,500+ times
The number of Roman Catholics is diminishing in Europe. But the continent still accounts for half of the cardinals who are able to elect a pope, compared to South America, which...

Anglican Archbishops give thumbs down to ECUSA 
British Church Newspaper � 7 December 2007 � Viewed 2,600+ times
The Anglican church of the west and that of the so-called global south continue slowly to drift apart. The Archbishop of Canterbury has written to the Primates (senior...

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