2005 News

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December 20, 2005

Australian Prime Minister calls for restoration of religious meaning of Christmas

December 7, 2005

British schoolgirl told to return home for wearing crucifix

November 20, 2005

Open Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury from the Global South Anglican Coaltion urging him to act against unrepentant sexual immorality

October 3, 2005

Connecticut becomes third U.S. state to allow same-sex civil unions

September 11, 2005

Hurricane Katrina 2005

September 5, 2005

Indonesian Sunday School Teachers Guilty of Christianization

'August 22, 2005

New Orthodox patriach for Jerusalem

Auguest 21, 2005

Catholic World Youth Day 2005: One million attend open-air mass with Pope

July 12, 2005

Chinese minister on trial for printing Bibles

April 29, 2005

US soldier sentenced to death for murder of two others

April 27, 2005

9 Australians allegedly smuggling heroin may face death penalty

April 19, 2005

Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger selected as the new Pope

April 2, 2005

Pope John Paul II dies

April 1, 2005

Pope near death

February 25, 2005

The pope undergoes a tracheotomy due to worsening respiratory failure secondary to the "flu" (BBC News: The Pope is breathing for himself)

United States and Canadian Anglican dioceses asked to split from the world-wide Anglican communion over the issue of homosexual unions and priests (BBC News: Anglican rift grows over gay row)

February 5, 2005

The pope is recovering in hospital following a severe case of the "flu"

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