I’d like to copy the whole article, but I’ll restrain myself and just pull about every other quotation, along with my comments in italics. Hopefully this adds some clarification to the discussion. You can read for yourself here.
First, things got somewhat rowdy:
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Despite being held in a cool, climate-controlled conference room, some early discussions at a Vat... More
At least, so says Rocco.
The gist: announced by Pope Benedict late this month, probably scheduled for June 28th, with about twenty new cardinals, two of them from the United States (Abp. Wuerl in Washington + one more in the south, Rocco is hinting … I’d like to see Abp. Burke myself).
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Reuters ran a story today entitled, “Pope should talk climate change with Bush: cardinal”.
I realize this is a sensitive issue with many people, but it’s important and I’m interested.
Going on what the article says, Cardinal Martino said that he “believes the Pontiff should raise the dangers of climate change and global warming with U.S. President George W. Bush when ... More
Update 3: So does LifeSiteNews.Update 2: CWNews has coverage.
Sure, the Reuters reporting is slanted, but reading between the lines you can pick up that Amato wasn’t pulling any punches. Good for him.
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – The Vatican’s second-highest ranking doctrinal official on Monday forcefully branded homosexual marriage an evil and denounced abortion and euthanasia as f... More
Exciting, exciting news everybody:
VATICAN CITY, APR 12, 2007 (VIS) – The Pontifical Biblical Commission is due to celebrate its annual plenary assembly in the Vatican’s “Domus Sanctae Marthae” from April 16 to 20.
The assembly will be presided by Cardinal William Joseph Levada, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, and the work sessions will be directe... More