Headlines from Apollo – Youth Help Elderly in Lourdes, Chinese Bishop gets the Boot, Techno Catholic MusicJuly 11, 2012 No Comments
July 11, 2012 / MariaNews.com
Headlines from Apollo
1. Good deeds:
UNITED KINGDOM – Fifty young people from St Helens took part in a visit to Lourdes. A church spokesman said: “They have been fundraising, having practical preparation and learning about the needs of the elderly, disabled and vulnerable.
2. The Vatican declares Chinese Bishop of Harbin is Excommunicated
The Holy See has declared that Father Joseph Yue Fusheng, who was ordained bishop without the Pope’s approval on July 6, has incurred excommunication and therefore has no authority to govern the Catholic community or priests in Heilongjiang province, north-eastern China. It announced this in a statement released by the Vatican press office on July 10.
3. New Catholic Music In Brazil
A “Christoteque” for the evangelization of young people. Techno and house music, hip hop and dance spun by the best Catholic DJs who will “evangelize the night away.” It is an initiative of the Archdiocese of Rio de Janeiro’s pastoral programme for evangelisation by night, aimed at helping young people have fun in a healthy way and at the same time prepare for the international World Youth Day which will be held in the Brazilian city between 23 and 28 July 2013.
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