Posts Tagged ‘judge’

Malaysia gets Catholic as top judge

Monday, July 16th, 2018

Richard Malanjum, a Catholic, has become Muslim-majority Malaysia’s chief justice, the nation’s highest judicial position. Continue reading Related Posts:Church does not exist in its own little bubbleCatholic front-runner for US Supreme Court nominationSri Lanka moves to ban burqas and close more than…Canadian Bishops call for justice after graves found…

US judge sentences Catholic to go to Baptist services

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

A US judge has ordered a Catholic involved in an altercation outside a sports event to attend 12 Sunday services in a local Baptist church. Judge William Mallory of Cincinnati handed down this sentence to Jake Strotman, who had inflicted minor injuries on a member of a Baptist street preaching group outside the arena. The Read more

Pontifical council chief dropped from fraud probe

Friday, September 25th, 2015

The head of the Pontifical Council for the Family has been dropped from a criminal investigation into a real estate deal. An Italian judge ruled Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia was completely uninvolved in a scheme to buy a 14th-century castle and then re-sell it at a profit. The judge made the decision after a public prosecutor’s Read more

Judge not

Tuesday, September 16th, 2014

How many times in conversation do we hear ‘judge not lest you be judged’? Frequently this quotation from Christ is misapplied. When applied to gossiping or to a statement that is purely used to denigrate another it is most certainly correct. It should not however be seen as Christ saying we should not judge something Read more