Oh for Christ's Sake, Lycos!
Whose Jews Should Choose the News?
by Clinton Fein
Friday, September 03, 1999
Pope John Paul II
Jusus Loves You
So the Ramsey's Sue
Jonbenet and Judeo-Christianity
The Pope has declined to grant an audience to the pop singer and actress Madonna during her visit to Rome later this month.
Church Net UK
They should leave no stone unturned to eliminate this legalised crime or at least to limit the damage of these laws, remaining aware of the duty to respect the right to life, from conception to the natural death of every human being, even the least gifted
Pope John Paul II - Vatican City, Feb. 2000
The infant leaped, the mother was filled with the Spirit. The mother was not filled before the son, but after the son was filled with the Holy Spirit, he filled his mother too
Expositio Evangelii Secundum Lucam, II, 22-23: CCL, 14, 40-41.
And how can we fail to consider the violence against life done to millions of human beings, especially children, who are forced into poverty, malnutrition and hunger because of an unjust distribution of resources between peoples and between social classes? And what of the violence inherent not only in wars as such but in the scandalous arms trade, which spawns the many armed conflicts which stain our world with blood? What of the spreading of death caused by reckless tampering with the world's ecological balance, by the criminal spread of drugs, or by the promotion of certain kinds of sexual activity which, besides being morally unacceptable, also involve grave risks to life?
Pope John Paul II - Encyclical Letter Evangelium Vitae
CondoMania's mission has always been to educate customers about the importance of using safer sex products and if Madonna's picture on condoms helps promote that message, then we will promote and sell Madonna condoms
Adam Glickman, President and founder of CondoMania, U.S. condom and sex toy retailer that markets a brand of condoms featuring Madonna's face on the package, without the pop icon's blessing
A poster that uses Pope John Paul II to grab attention for a new AIDS fund-raising campaign is too controversial and won't be used, organizers said today.
"We won't be running it because people would focus on it as a personal attack, and deflect attention from AIDS," said Jay Blotcher, spokesman for the American Foundation for AIDS Research, or AmFAR.
"If The Pope Had AIDS, He'd Need More Than Just Your Prayers," declares the poster.
Reuters NewMedia, Inc. - 6 Dec 1995
Dear brothers and sisters who are suffering from AIDS, do not feel alone. The Church is close to the scientists and encourages all who untiringly try to heal and defeat this serious illness.
Pope John Paul II, addressing a health voluntary workers symposium held at the Vatican on World AIDS Day, December 1, 2001.
A member of the secretive Nobel Peace Prize committee has lashed out at Pope John Paul's opposition to using condoms to fight Aids, possibly showing the pontiff has little chance of winning the award.
Selection committee member Gunnar Staalseth, bishop of Oslo in Norway's Lutheran state church, said religious leaders should accept condoms as a way to combat a killer disease that has infected an estimated 36 million people worldwide.
Nobel committee member criticises Pope over Aids
August 21, 2001, South African Broadcasting Corporation.