New School -- New Latin Mass -- Court Victory Against Homosexual Activism -- Exorcism
Germany. The traditional Dominicans of Fanjeaux in south west France will start a new grade school in the Fall. This was reported by the District Superior of the Society of St. Pius X, Franz Schmidberger, in the most recent edition of the "newsletter". The nuns will begin their school at St. Micheal's Priory in Rheinhausen in southern Baden.
The Old Mass Makes everything New
Italy. Last week Bishop Gualtiero visited Sigismondi of Foligno near the Benedictines of Nursia at a High Mass in the Old Rite. The site 'summorum-pontificum.de' wrote about this. Msgr Sigismondi has entrusted the monks with a new apostolate. They may celebrate the Immemorial once a month in his Diocesan city in the church of St. Maria Infraportas. The faithful should grow accustomed to this form again. Msgr Sigismondi will participate at the old Mass himself in the choir, to underline its importance. Clearly the Bishop sees this as a contribution to the New Evangelization.
Evil Has no Rights
France. State privileges for homosexuals are not human rights. This was the final ruling of the judge of the 'European Court for Human Rights' in Strassburg. It refused two homosexual women. They had complained to the French court, because it had banned them from adoption as married couples.
The Germans Think They are Smarter
"Despite the global boom, Germany will continue its taboo against exorcists. [Father] Urluch Niemann (+2008), a Frankfurt Jesuit physician, considers it impossible that this country will ever again have an exorcism sanctioned by a senior pastor. For obsession, the correct way is to accompany spiritual counseling with therapy."
From an article from Markus Brauer in the 'Stuttgarter Nachrichten'