Libyan conflict, China rejects UN and nuclear protesters arrested


Security and human rights featured prominently during the week. A church leader in Libya called for a solution beyond bombs, China rejected a UN report on religious freedoms, Catholic activists got arrested during an anti-nuclear protest in America. From Hollywood, Catholics were urged to seek more jobs in the arts.

French nun talks of her cure from Parkinson's (Zenit)

Prayer vigil reveal unknown facts about John Paul II (Zenit)

Scientist claims new discoveries about Shroud of Turin (Ucan)

Malaysian bishops condemn Anwar sex tape snippet on TV (Ucan)

Libyan church leader says NATO strikes won't solve crisis (CNA)

New head of Congregation for Evangelization tipped (Ucan)

Belgian lawyer seeks abuse damages from Vatican (Reuters)

Catholic protesters arrested at US nuclear plant (NCR)

Catholics urged to work in cinema (Zenit)

Beijing rejects UN report on religious freedom (Herald Sun)

Vatican pledges penal measures against Canadian bishop (Zenit)