Archbishop Vigano released a document that went public Friday that says what most of us are thinking about this Bishops summit in Rome.
Month: February 2019
by Teresa Baker-Carl Twinkling like a beauteous star at night, an amazing sparkle of golden light; always filled up with generous love she’s a beautiful blessing from up above.
by Teresa Baker-Carl With evil all around us to spew out ugly threats, to whom should we turn for consolation and call upon for aid? With demons reaching over us to crush us in their grips, to whom shall we cry out for help?
Editor’s Note: Guest editorials/articles are the opinion of the author only, and do not reflect the opinions or positions of the staff of this blog. by Rafael Perez Editor’s note: Rafael’s books can be found on Amazon So let’s get to the point….sin is sin and grace is grace. What do I mean by that? …
I have a challenge for you: whenever a big story breaks in the establishment Catholic media, pay attention to the names you hear.You will almost certainly hear the same dozen or so names bandied about by the media in connection to the highest offices of power in Vatican City. Think about that for a while.
I say ‘Should Be’ but let’s be honest. It’s not shocking in the slightest. We’ve all become almost desensitized to new stories about priests ‘clericalizing’ each other and getting caught in the act of rampant clericalism, yet it should shock us nonetheless when it happens.
Bishop Athansius Schneider has released his own statement correcting the errors of this pontificate. Is the tide turning?
We’ve been told not to expect much from the coming Bishops Meeting from February 21-24. For once I agree with the people running the Vatican these days.
Cardinal Muller released the Manifesto of Faith late last week and kicked up a hornet’s nest. This document is best understood in the context of the Modernist crisis.
Editor’s Note: Guest editorials/articles are the opinion of the author only, and do not reflect the opinions or positions of the staff of this blog. by Sharon Grant Earlier this week, Francis met with the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, Ahmad el-Tayeb and signed a joint declaration with him. Included in that declaration was the statement …
There’s no harm in denying the need to pray for the Pope to consecrate Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary as per the request of Our Lady of Fatima. It clearly hasn’t been done yet. The Cardinals are meeting with the pope from February 21-24. To that end, I’m calling for a Novena to …
Why is it always Jesuits? I mean, it almost always is. I definitely hold to the ‘suppress the Jesuits’ line of thinking, and for good reason.