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Pope Francis Accepts Cardinal Robert Sarah’s Resignation from Divine Worship Congregation

Hannah Brockhaus/CNA, Vatican, February 20, 2021: VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis on Saturday accepted the resignation of Cardinal Robert Sarah as prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments. Cardinal Sarah, who turned 75 in … Continue reading

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Cardinal Sarah calls for a “necessary and urgent” return to in-person Mass

From La Croix: Cardinal Robert Sarah has written to all the world’s conferences of Catholic bishops, encouraging them a return to the “normality of Christian life,” in particular to the resumption of regular participation at Mass. “As soon as circumstances … Continue reading

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Pope Francis’ successor will most likely be ‘more conservative’

From LifeSiteNews: A leading Vaticanist predicts that Pope Francis’ successor will be a “more conservative” pope.  Edward Pentin, British journalist and author of the new book The Next Pope: The Leading Cardinal Candidates, told EWTN’s Raymond Arroyo last night that a … Continue reading

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WORSE THAN DEATH: A Pandemic Warning from Cardinals Sarah, Müller, Zen, Abp. Viganò

By Diane Montagna at The Remnant: ROME – Cardinals Robert Sarah, Joseph Zen and Gerhard Müller have joined with Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò in launching an appeal to governmental leaders to respect people’s inalienable rights and fundamental freedoms in light … Continue reading

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Remnant TV: Francis’ Exhortation vs Coffee with Viganò

From a mountain top is West Virginia, Michael Matt comments on Pope Francis’ Apostolic Exhortation, which is due to be released in the next week or so. The thing is evidently so radical that Cardinal Hummes sent out a secret … Continue reading

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The Prisoner of the Vatican

By George Neumayr at The American Spectator: In one of his last speeches before abdicating in 2013, Pope Benedict XVI decried the liberalism that had seeped into the Church after Vatican II. To this liberalism, he traced “so many problems, … Continue reading

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Card. Sarah has met with Benedict XVI as the haters stir “incessant, nauseating, dishonest controversy” #BOOKGATE

From Fr Z’s Blog, 17 January 2020: The new book, From The Depths Of Our Hearts, has really freaked out some people on the left, including the papalotrous. US Pre-Order Soon HERE for 12 March 2020 release! – FRENCH HERE On my flight … Continue reading

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+Schneider: ‘One might say that the intervention of Cardinal Sarah has provoked the anger of hell.’

ROME, January 14, 2019, LifeSiteNews: Bishop Athanasius Schneider is speaking out in strong support of Cardinal Robert Sarah for his new book with Benedict XVI defending priestly celibacy, calling his actions “heroic.” News of the forthcoming volume, titled “From the … Continue reading

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Benedict XVI and Cardinal Sarah coauthor book on celibacy, opposing the ordination of married men

By Gerard O’Connell, Vatican correspondent at America Magazine: In a move that has stunned many in Rome and is sure to give rise to serious questions far beyond the theme of the book, the emeritus pope Benedict XVI, who will … Continue reading

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Vatican Cardinal: Divine judgment will fall on priests who do not oppose abortion,and homosexuality

lifesitenews.com (LifeSiteNews.com) – Cardinal Robert Sarah is warning that priests who fail in their duty to oppose the breakdown of morality in modern society, particularly pro-abortion and anti-family policies, will receive the condemnation of God. In a sermon delivered on … Continue reading

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