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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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Sunday readings and reflections

Sunday, August 2 Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Roman Ordinary calendar Book of Isaiah 55,1-3. Thus says the LORD: All you who are thirsty, come to the water! You who have no money, come, receive grain and eat; come, without paying and without … Continue reading

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Abp Viganò: ‘I see nothing paternal about punishing priests who do not want to profane the Sacred Host’

July 30, 2020, LifeSiteNews: In an open letter to an Argentine bishop who just punished faithful priests by closing their flourishing seminary, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò rebukes him for his lack of fraternal and paternal charity toward those who wish … Continue reading

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Sunday readings and reflections

Sunday, July 26 Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Roman Ordinary calendar Sts. Joachim & Anne 1st book of Kings 3,5.7-12. The LORD appeared to Solomon in a dream at night. God said, “Ask something of me and I will give it to you.” O … Continue reading

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‘Will they stop at burning an empty church?’: Anti-Christian attacks rise in Europe

From CNA (Catholic News Agency): The fire that ripped through the Gothic Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul in Nantes July 18 was reported around the world. But suspected arson attacks on French churches usually do not make international … Continue reading

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Bp. Schneider: Join me in crusade of reparation for sins against Jesus in Holy Eucharist

From The Remnant: By Bishop Athanasius Schneider THERE HAS NEVER been in the history of the Church a time, where the sacrament of the Eucharist has been abused and outraged to such an alarming and grievous extent as in the … Continue reading

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Sunday readings and reflections

Sunday, July 19 Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Roman Ordinary calendar Book of Wisdom 12,13.16-19. There is no god besides you who have the care of all, that you need show you have not unjustly condemned; For your might is the source of justice; … Continue reading

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Cardinal Napier: BLM is subversive

From LifeSiteNews: South African Cardinal Wilfrid Fox Napier strongly criticized the Black Lives Matter movement for its “dismantling” of civilizations and cultures.  Napier, himself a black man and archbishop of Durban on the South African coast, tweeted that a “ … Continue reading

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Abp Viganò defends his union with Church: ‘I have no desire to separate myself from Mother Church’

July 6, 2020, LifeSiteNews: “I have no desire to separate myself from Mother Church, for the exaltation of which I daily renew the offering of my life,” stated Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò regarding accusations that he was “on the brink … Continue reading

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21 doctors tell bishops Communion on tongue ‘safer’ than in hand

June 26, 2020, LifeSiteNews: Twenty-one Austrian doctors have authored a letter appealing their country’s Bishops’ Conference to lift the de facto ban on receiving Holy Communion on the tongue, which has been enforced since Communion in the hand was announced … Continue reading

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Bishop Schneider: Lockdown is a trial that can bring about great ‘spiritual benefit’

May 22, 2020, LifeSiteNews: Bishop Athanasius Schneider said Catholics should accept the situation brought about by the pandemic as a trial, suggesting that such acceptance will produce great spiritual benefit for the Church, “a greater spiritual benefit as if we … Continue reading

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Cdl Müller: It’s no ‘conspiracy theory’ – pandemic is being used to implement ‘questionable measures’

May 14, 2020, LifeSiteNews: In a lengthy interview with the German Catholic newspaper Die Tagespost (published in full below), Cardinal Gerhard Müller responds in detail to the many accusations leveled at him in the last days for having signed Archbishop … Continue reading

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English bishops’ senior health advisor is a convicted thief and lifelong LGBT activist

From Paul Smeaton and Dorothy Cummings McLean at LifeSiteNews: A man who helped lobby the UK government on behalf of the Catholic bishops to close their churches to private prayer is a convicted thief and lifelong LGBT activist who once … Continue reading

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Vatican releases bafflingly vague statement about financial discipline ‘measures’

May 6, 2020, CatholicCulture.org: The Vatican, which is struggling to regain public confidence in its financial dealings, announced late last week that “individual measures had been arranged for some employees of the Holy See.” In case you need a translation, that deliberately … Continue reading

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Australian High Court to pass judgment on Cardinal Pell Tuesday

AUSTRALIA, April 2, 2020, LifeSiteNews: The Australian High Court has announced that it will hand down its judgment on Cardinal George Pell’s appeal against his convictions for historic child sex offenses next Tuesday, April 7. High Court of Australia@HighCourtofAus Judgment … Continue reading

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