France: The Rotten Fruits of the Council -- Will the Church become a Mosque? -- Homosexual Bullying Bears Fruit -- Went off Quickly Without a Hitch -- Now Come the Clones
France. In 1961 -- a year before the start of the Pastoral Council -- 35% of the French went to the Latin Mass of the Roman Rite every Sunday. Fifty years later, after the start of the Second Vatican Council only 6% of the French -- at least once a month -- attend the New Eucharistic Celebration. This is from a study of the public opinion researcher 'Ifop'. In 1961 over 90% of Frenchmen were Catholic. Now about 80% are baptized. In all, about 30% of those under 35 are approximately 30% heathen.
Will the Church Become a Mosque?
France. One Church in the 27,000 population city of Vierzon in central France may become a Mosque. In the city there are six churches and 300 practicing Catholics. That's why the church, St. Eloi, built in 1955 will be sold. The buyer shows itself to be the "Union of Moroccans". It will transform the church into a Mosque. The Diocese of Bourges explained that it is still not decided to whom the will be sold off for peanuts.
Homosexual Intimidation Bears Fruit
Austria. On Saturday the Salzburg Auxiliary Bishop Andreas Laun celebrates his 70th birthday. On his jubilee, a homosexual website congratulated him. Msgr. Laun has refrained from commenting on the disorder. Recently he even expressed himself in friendly terms to homosexuals and spoke of a "loving interaction" with them.
Trial Went off Quickly Without a Hitch
Vatican. Was there secret fixing involved with the Pope-traitor Paolo Gabrielle? This question came from the anti-Church German weekly 'Zeit'. It is incidental that the actors of State Attorney and defense announced the judgment: "There will possibly be a verdict before the trial's end." Gabriele's attorney has praised the judgment as balanced. Also, there is still the big question if there is another suspect besides Gabriele. The Journalist Marco Ansaldo from the Italian news 'Republica' described the trial as a "fixed trial".
Now comes the Clone
Sweden. In this year there are two stem cell researchers, the Japanese Shinya Yamanaka and the Brit John Gurdon, who will win the Nobel Prize for Medicine. They are to receive the dubious honor for the back development of cells of a grown person from embryonic stem cells. For that it will no longer be necessary to grow and kill more children, in order to experiment with their cells. Archbishop Anton Losinger of Augsburg warned 'Munich Kirchenradio', that this may lead to the technique of making identical clones.
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