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1 - Mar 2013 - Obituary: Creos Roman: may he rest in peace, Bishop Anthony Fisher OP
In Auckland he got into the punk scene protest marches and drugs.
2 - Mar 2013 - Religious persecution occurs in democracies, Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigaṇ
The issues and reservations identified by the Conferences president Cardinal Dolan about the health care mandate dealing with artificial contraception abortion inducing drugs and sterilisation are very real and they pose grave threats to the vitality of Catholicism in the United States.
3 - Oct 2012 - Missions: Father Raphael: dynamic Nigerian parish priest, Madonna Brosnan
The clinic is government registered enabling the doctor to buy the necessary drugs and medications for the patients.
4 - Aug 2012 - Marriage: Archbishop Hickey: the Eucharist and the Christian family, Archbishop Barry Hickey
The tragic damage to children who grow up in dysfunctional families affected by violence or drugs has been catalogued many times.
5 - Aug 2012 - Religious freedom: US Supreme Court upholds Obamacare, Babette Francis
We know this administration has stirred up unprecedented unified opposition from the Catholic Church and many other denominations over another of the Acts mandates one forcing religious employers to pay for abortion-inducing drugs sterilisation and contraception regardless of moral or religious objection .
6 - Apr 2012 - News: The Church Around the World
The Jewish and Evangelical leaders joined Washingtons archbishop in opposing the administrations attempt to require religious ministries including schools hospitals charities and media outlets to subsidise contraception sterilisation and abortion-causing drugs in their health plans.
7 - Mar 2012 - The global financial crisis and the West's fertility decline, Babette Francis
In January he phoned New Yorks then Cardinal-designate Timothy Dolan to tell him that all insurance plans run by Catholic institutions will have to pay for contraception sterilisation and some abortion drugs.
8 - Feb 2012 - Religious Freedom: Freedom of religion American style, Babette Francis
HHS has drawn conscience protections so narrowly that Catholic colleges universities hospitals or any Catholic institution that employs and serves non-Catholics will be required to offer health coverage that includes contraception and drugs that cause abortion.
9 - Oct 2011 - News: The Church Around the World
Until now the conscience clause gave Catholic pharmacists the right not to compromise their beliefs and provided invaluable protection against unethical employers who might have tried to force pharmacists to act against their conscience and supply these drugs said Anna Sweeting-Hempsall a Catholic pharmacist.
10 - May 2011 - Culture: The decline of the Christian West, Cardinal Raymond Burke
He spoke about the grave evils of our time for example the sexual abuse of minors by the clergy the marketing of child pornography sexual tourism and the deadly abuse of drugs.
11 - Apr 2011 - Books: THE LOSER LETTERS, by Mary Eberstadt, Terri Kelleher
Its like throwing the biggest rave ever only to cancel at the last minute after everyoned already bought tickets and drugs for it.
12 - Apr 2011 - News: The Church Around the World
EWTN News Opposition to abortion gay marriage in Peru A recent poll has shown that over two-thirds of Peruvians are against abortion same-sex marriage and the legalisation of drugs.
13 - Apr 2011 - Homosexual rights trump the rest, especially Christians', Fr John Flynn LC
Early this year he was appointed to the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs according to a BBC report on 7 February.
14 - Feb 2011 - Young children: never too early to love God, Bishop Arthur Serratelli
For some the violence of adults drugs sexual abuse forced labour and family breakups rob them of their childhood and sometimes their lives.
15 - Feb 2011 - That ubiquitous F word: don't demean the sacred, Fr Max Barrett CSsR
It might also be noted: with the rather frequent revelation of scandal in the top echelons of sport - be it performance-enhancing drugs or simply drugs or sexual practice or whatever - the protest is sometimes voiced by these top-rating performers: dont pin hero status on us.
16 - Oct 2010 - Foundations of Faith: Archbishop Hickey: Time to stand up for Christian marriage, Archbishop Hickey
The tragic damage to children who grow up in dysfunctional families affected by violence or drugs has been catalogued many times.
17 - Sep 2010 - Cinema: The Waiting City - An Australian film of religious significance, M.A. Casey
The husband Ben (Joel Edgerton) a musician who has learnt the hard way about drugs and depression is quicker to take to the situation in which they find themselves.
18 - Sep 2010 - News: The Church Around the World
He continued: This holds for rates of smoking getting drunk use of hard drugs being charged by the police theft shoplifting adultery running away from home watching x-rated movies homosexual conduct cohabitation or the number of sexual partners that teenage girls have.
19 - Aug 2010 - Foundations of Faith: The Sacrament of Penance: whatever happened to confession?, Br Barry Coldrey
On life-support and pumped with drugs he struggled to greet family crowding around the bed.
20 - Jun 2010 - Letters: Wake-up call, Fr Bernard McGrath
We need stricter homes and schools stronger churches and police (with zero tolerance powers) disciplined sports clubs (with character first) and the media under strict control so as not to pander to the weak and young with the false appeals of porn alcohol drugs sex and violence that can so easily lead to depraved and feral behaviour as we have seen all too often on the streets.
21 - May 2010 - Books: INSIDE THE NEW AGE NIGHTMARE, by Randall N. Baer, Br Barry Coldrey
The dark side of New Age is the drift of many of its adherents towards drugs and channelling the communication with evil and destructive spirits.
22 - Nov 2009 - A Christian response to post-abortion trauma, Julie Cook
6 times more likely to abuse hard drugs and twice as likely to be binge drinkers.
23 - Oct 2009 - Youth: RISE: restoring integrity and sexual ethics to Australia's secular culture, Br Barry Coldrey
Dave is a convert to Catholicism and gave the Conference a powerful statement of his early years when he was desperate homeless on drugs and in and out of prison.
24 - Jul 2009 - Life Marriage Family: The secular culture's flawed view of sexuality, Bernard Toutounji
Rather she exists to point the world towards a genuine joy a joy not to be found in drugs that promote longer lasting sex but in a genuine commitment to selfless love.
25 - Apr 2008 - Legal Year homily: Truth and the law: legal should also mean moral, Bishop Peter Elliott
This possibility obviously complicates debates on legalising drugs.
26 - Mar 2008 - DVD: NO TURNING BACK: Confessions of a Catholic priest, by Fr D. Calloway, Fr Martin Durham
In California at the early age of 13 he began to embrace the MTV lifestyle - sex drugs alcohol and pop- ular rock music.
27 - Mar 2008 - Books: SEARCHING FOR AND MAINTAINING PEACE, by Father Jacques Philippe, Tim Cannon
Ours is a society where drugs and alcohol are abused at unprecedented levels and the media is awash with 24-hour glamorously packaged fluff.
28 - Feb 2008 - Letters: 'Schoolies', Fr. M. Durham
Undoubtedly not all of the schoolies would avail themselves of the above amenities but human nature being what it is it would be safe to bet that the predominant culture of sex drugs alcohol and rock and roll combined will only spiral downwards as time goes on unless some drastic action is taken.
29 - Aug 2007 - Catholics and the pornography epidemic, Bishop Robert Finn
Pornography can become as physically and chemically addictive as alcohol drugs or gambling.
30 - Apr 2007 - St Faustina: The Divine Mercy apostolate: a spirituality to transform the world, Eva Kimnes
However I was saddened at the negative inroads of Western culture particularly through television and the movies with exposure to violence drugs pornography new age and even witchcraft.
31 - Feb 2007 - Why we need holy days of obligation, Joanna Bogle
They include too those who have found in Christ a real and living consolation for damage done by a broken home or through drugs or casual sex.
32 - Nov 2006 - Letters: Generation 'Y', Kevin Cains
The Democrats are on record as supporting the decriminalisation of illicit drugs.
33 - Dec 2005 - Reflection: Journey of the Magi and the search for truth, Cardinal George Pell
Sex alcohol drugs money or power can all enslave us.
34 - Dec 2005 - PRAYER: Melbourne initiative: a spiritual approach can defeat drug addiction, Anh Nguyen
Statistics based on other illicit drugs also show a worrying trend with increasingly high percentages of drug use among Australias youth.
35 - Apr 2005 - Adore 05: Sydney's successful Eucharistic Youth Congress, Nicole Osmak
This can apply to drugs stealing and loss of purity.
36 - Oct 2004 - News: The Church around the World
He continued: Less well known are the growing army of sexual health service providers who push a value-free agenda focus on a biological/mechanical approach to sex education treat children as adults offer confidential access to powerful drugs and procure abortions for children without their parents knowledge and all done at the expense of the taxpayer with seemingly limitless funding from the Scottish Executive for this failed agenda.
37 - Aug 2004 - The morning after pill, Bishop Anthony Fisher
The Health Minister supports a return to requiring medical advice before giving out such potent drugs.
38 - Mar 2004 - HIV/AIDS: A Catholic approach to AIDS: value-based behaviour change, Sr Miriam Duggan
39 - Feb 2004 - Melbourne and Sydney initiatives to educate adults in the Catholic faith, Peter Holmes
Participants were asked to select from a variety of electives exploring how the rubber of the Churchs teaching hits the road in areas such as: Drugs Stress and Depression Bioethics Sharing the Faith Modern Music Mass Media Premature Parenthood Public Speaking Camps and Retreats for Young People and Street Kids.
40 - Oct 2003 - Letters: Footy Show (letter), Alan A. Hoysted
Most people would also despise those who give drugs to young people.
41 - Apr 2003 - Film Review: Why 'Gangs of New York' misses the boat as history, William J. Stern
As the data conclusively show children born out of wedlock have an exponentially greater chance of living in poverty committing a crime doing poorly in school going to prison taking drugs and suffering from a host of other problems than do children born to a married couple.
42 - Feb 2003 - News: The Church Around the World, AD2000
A no-nonsense approach is to be adopted including zero tolerance to drugs bullying and disrespectful misbehaviour.
43 - Sep 2002 - John Paul II and World Youth Day in Toronto: an Anglican perspective, David Warren
(Reality is for people who cant handle drugs.
44 - May 2002 - Letters: Need for prayer (letter), Kevin Pitt
Fornication abundant drugs alcoholism sodomy plus 100000 abortions annually abound in Australia.
45 - May 2002 - Editorial: A moral challenge for society, Peter Westmore
It would allow us to screen millions of drugs against these diseased cells he said.
46 - Oct 2001 - Education: Mass attendance: a key measure of Catholic schools' effectiveness, Br John Moylan CFC
A recent study among youth by the International Red Cross conducted in Portugal Italy France Holland and Spain concluded that the use of drugs is greater among non-believers and those who do not practise their faith than those who have a live Christian faith.
47 - Oct 2001 - News: The Church Around the World
People were seeking transient happiness in alcohol drugs pornography and recreational sex the Cardinal said.
48 - Oct 2001 - Archbishop George Pell: 'The strong family is a religious family', Archbishop George Pell
Examples of the social costs of family failure include large increases in psychiatric problems both among children and single parents; large increases in physical health problems of many kinds; much higher risks of serious child abuse including death; large rises in learning problems for children; an increase in negative attitudes about the self and others among the young; a much higher likelihood of using drugs and sexual promiscuity; and a very large proportion of criminal behaviour.
49 - Aug 2001 - Books: Genetic Turning Points, by James Peterson, Bill Muehlenberg
He examines a number of the controversial issues: genetic testing genetic screening genetic surgery genetic patents genetic drugs and genetic manipulation.
50 - Aug 2001 - After 14 years: why does AD2000 continue?, Michael Gilchrist
This libertarian or secular humanist philosophy was used in the language of rights: I have a right to do as I please on issues like abortion euthanasia drugs divorce and remarriage and various forms of sexual expression.
51 - Apr 2001 - Books: 'Contraception: The Hidden Truth' by Christine de Stoop, Katie Forster
The next chapter documents the terrible effects contraception can have on healthy women reason enough for them to reject these sexist and unnecessary drugs.
52 - Nov 2000 - Fr Francis Harman RIP: bioethicist of distinction, Dr Joseph Santamaria
Dr Santamaria has recently had published Drugs Dilemma: a Way Forward available through AD Books.
53 - Nov 2000 - Irish missionary sisters combat AIDS in Africa
Then we move on to ask What are the risks in your present behaviour in your workplace; in your social life; in drinking or in taking drugs?
54 - Jun 2000 - News: The Church Around the World
Melbourne Archdioceses new anti-drugs initiative Mary MacKillop birth site to be support centre for drug users and families Archbishop George Pell who had earlier endorsed the Vatican intervention that prevented the Sisters of Charity from establishing safe injecting rooms in Sydney has launched a multi-million dollar rehabilitation and counselling centre for drug users in Melbournes inner city on the site of Blessed Mary MacKillops birth place.
55 - May 2000 - Books: Francis Thompson: author of 'The Hound of Heaven', Michael Daniel
He was to die of the latter though his consumption of drugs over a number of years would have contributed to his death at 47 on 13 November 1907.
56 - Mar 2000 - Education: Religious education: putting the emphasis back on God, Br John Moylan CFC
The use of drugs is evidently greater among non- believers and those who do not practise their faith than those who have a live religious faith.
57 - Feb 2000 - Letters: Holy buck-passing (letter), Arthur Negus
The article states: The use of drugs inflicts very grave damage on human health and life.
58 - Feb 2000 - News: The Church Around the World
Catholic News Service Australian authors overseas recognition On the abortifacient aspects of contraceptive pill John Wilks is the author of the much-acclaimed book A Consumers Guide to the Pill and Other Drugs first published in 1996 with a revised edition published in the US in 1997.
59 - Nov 1999 - Religious Education: 'Gospel of life' in Melbourne's new RE curriculum, Msgr Peter J. Elliott
They face the challenges of youth in despair the abuse of drugs teenage suicide reckless life threatening behavior violence.
60 - Nov 1999 - St Vincent's drug injecting rooms: 'monumental spiritual blindness', Fr John Walter PP
Only the illegal drugs will not be supplied.
61 - Nov 1999 - News: The Church Around the World
It condones what we condemn - murder obscenity violence profanity drugs drunkenness and rebellion!
62 - Oct 1999 - The UN's war on population confronts religious principles, Stephen Hitchings
Doctors in African and Pacific countries often cannot treat cuts burns fevers or infections because their hospitals lack gauze antibiotics and anti-malarial drugs despite having rooms stacked to the ceiling with condoms IUDs and contraceptive pills.
63 - Sep 1999 - Heroin injecting room in Catholic health centre?, Dr Joseph Santamaria
Fr Gerry Gleeson of the Plunkett Centre for Ethics in Health Care said This is a program aimed at keeping people alive and getting them off drugs.
64 - Aug 1999 - 'Morning after' pill: the London 'Tablet' debate, AD2000 Report
Dr Fords comments will be music to the ears of medical researchers and pharmaceutical companies that wish to have such drugs approved for use in Australia and will cause dismay among those who know that the morning after pill is potentially abortifacient and produces other major physiological effects in the heavy harmful doses required by the intervention.
65 - Jun 1999 - The challenge for religious educators in a secular culture, Archbishop Charles J. Chaput
Noise is one of our drugs.
66 - Dec 1997 - Cardinal John O'Connor: what Catholics believe, Cardinal John O'Connor
Surely someone here is a widow or widower who has known the suffering of loneliness; someone here almost certainly is afflicted with cancer or another dread disease; perhaps some live in lonely or difficult or empty marriages; some bear the scars of a divorce; some have lost their children to drugs or suicide; someone has a daughter who has gone through the tragedy of an abortion; someone feels alienated and rejected even by the Church; someone struggles with a tremendously difficult moral temptation that seems overpowering.
67 - Jul 1997 - Reflection: Catholic youth: facing the challenges to faith (Pastoral Letter), Archbishop George Pell
Increasing family breakdown homelessness and abortion; youth suicide growing environmental damage and easy access to soft and hard drugs are also grim realities for many.
68 - May 1997 - Education: Catholic schools problems can be solved, Tom Kendell
But in the face of a number of issues that threaten the primacy of the Christian family among them abortion pornography homosexuality drugs and alcohol and addictive gambling the role of the Catholic school and the purpose and effectiveness with which it is conducted are of crucial importance for the future of Christianity in this country.
69 - Apr 1997 - Disabled journalist: euthanasia is 'incompatible with human dignity', Peter Dwan
Supporters of euthanasia speak about the pain people suffer but fail to acknowledge the extent to which modern medicine and its drugs can relieve pain.
70 - Mar 1994 - Townsville Mass attendance document - 'Where have all the parishioners gone?'
Next after acknowledging a few possible contributing factors such as the effects of the media peer pressure drugs alcohol etc.