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The Catholic News Service reported today that the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has filed papers in a federal appeals court. They are supporting plaintiffs who want the Minnesota Department of Human Services to stop spending public money on abortion-claim reimbursements.    

Matt Drudge reported today that CABLE NEWS NETWORK founder Ted Turner, one of the world’s wealthier men, told a gathering in Shanghai that he is “a socialist at heart.”    

The Catholic League is staging a protest outside the Brooklyn Museum of Art where they will be handing out 500 vomit bags to protest the exhibition of artworks which is featuring sacrilegious exhibits. 

The National Post reports today that a sculpture of priests vestments made of maxi pads, an exhibit attacking the Catholic Church by Toronto artist Tamara Sanowar-Makhan entitled Ultra-Maxi Priest, has been banned from an art exhibition in Oakville, Ont. 

An article in the New Scientist indicates the horror of the depopulation problem that will lead to “the decline and fall of the human empire.”    

The Independent reports that new research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggests a link between Down Syndrome and a mother’s inability to absorb folic acid. It is hoped that the finding will lead to helpful treatments preventing the disease.    

The Toronto Star today carried an article on the launch of the campaign by the Canada Family Action Coalition to fight the legalization of child pornography in Canada. 

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