Here is your Religion News roundup for today:
By Kevin Eckstrom
Reprinted with permission
"File this under "We All Saw This Coming": Roy Moore, who is poised to return as Alabama's Chief Justice after he was tossed out over his Ten Commandments monument, is now defending a town's right to post "One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism" on the sign coming into town. The case, of course, could well end up before his bench.
Mary Ann Glendon, a Catholic intellectual and friend of the Vatican, has been named to the U.S. Commission on Religious Freedom.
Monsignor William Lynn, the Philly priest who's facing trial for not clamping down on predatory priests, was struggling for a defense yesterday: "Because they acted out with a minor did not necessarily mean they were pedophiles."
Meanwhile, just outside the City of Brotherly Love this weekend, a Catholic support group for guys who wish they weren't gay is holding a sports camp to learn how to be, um, more macho, I guess."
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