The German Bishops are seeking to secularize the Church and the American Bishops can’t even agree on abortion anymore.
Yes, to fall in line with error and heterodoxy. And here I was thinking that the American bishops were part of the problem. I mean, they are, but still.
Now, we have news that a second has been desecrated since this started, all over a hike in bus fair. Seriously.
There’s a kind of madness that grips society today. The antinatalism that we see on display in the West (and aimed squarely at Westerners) is a sign of the sickness of the culture and how it desperately needs a return to Christ.
Yes, some good news. Cardinal Sarah is in charge of the issue of the so-called amazonian Rite, and the SSPX have put out a call to action.
To be honest, the history of the Vatican Bank seems to have been more scandal than not. We go over that today after having a look at the latest in the long line of occurrences of fiscal malfeasance from people who should in theory know better.
Since there is some confusion about this, let’s be clear: this message is probably not real, for a number of reasons. I go into that in the video. However, the underlying message — the need for acts of penance — is obviously true. I just wish people wouldn’t co-opt Our Lady for pushing a message.
Here is the full text of the all-but forgotten Creed of the Church. In the not distant future I’ll present the other forgotten Creed, also written to combat heresy.
Blessed Mora’s writings are all over the internet. Most, if not all of the websites that use talk about her visions and warnings come from a book she wrote that later received an Imprimatur from her Bishop, meaning that her visions are approved. Various popes in the 20th century helped her cause for canonization reach …
This’ll be the last time I discuss the Amazon Synod as a main topic unless something major comes up. I’m kind of sick of it, but this had to be discussed.
Why have I been the only one to notice that the Amazon Synod final document is one, big, wet kiss to the UN?
It’s pretty clear that the maniacs took the Catholic media for a ride. Did they advocate shredding the sacrament of Holy Orders? Sure, techically, but those parts of the document occupied such a small portion of the overall document that it’s clear that the real agenda had little to do with the Sacraments. Instead, the …