news-xxxx-xx-xx Catholic News Roundup for August 17th, 2009

Today’s stories - Obamacare looking possibly weaker; Planned Parenthood crows about special White House access; Cardinal Rigali and Archbishop Chaput talk tough on Obamacare and abortion; british Catholic magazine says US bishops should shut up about abortion; New Survey shows young kids are using internet for sex

vort-xxxx-xx-xx Vortex for August 17th, 2009

The Feminine Irish of Notre Dame - Notre Dame’s Under the Radar Gay Push

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