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More Confusion from Pope Francis

CP&S comment – Once again, Pope Francis confuses Catholics by sending a note to pro-homosexual James Martin SJ in commending him and showing his personal support for Martin’s LGBT advocacy.  Has Francis even read the Catechism of the Catholic Church? … Continue reading

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A Permissive Pope for a Permissive Age

By George Neumayr at The American Spectator: Jorge Bergoglio’s pontificate beyond parody continues apace. The latest papal farce revolves around his reiteration of support for homosexual civil unions. In a new documentary, Pope Francis says that homosexuals “have a right … Continue reading

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The Homosexual Papacy?

Michael Voris at Church Militant: Reports swirled around the internet earlier yesterday that the Pontifical Biblical Commission had given its approval to a reading of Sacred Scripture that approves of homosexual unions. The reports were based on a new 300-page … Continue reading

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Fr Z on that Ceremony in the Vatican Gardens

First posted on 5 October 2019 by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf on his blog: Mere days after Francis granted an audience to Jesuit Homosexualist Activist James Martin for a photo op, the same Francis sat in the Vatican gardens in front … Continue reading

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“There are too many people today who think they have a perfect right to reinvent God”

by Msgr. Charles Pope Pete Buttiegeg is Wrong – God Still Forbids All Homosexual Acts God does not speak out of both sides of his mouth. Neither should we. In recent remarks, Pete Buttigieg, Democratic presidential candidate and mayor of … Continue reading

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What is the Christian Response to Bin Laden’s Death?

 Author: James Martin, S.J  As someone who worked at Ground Zero in the days and weeks following 9/11 I rejoiced to hear that Osama Bin Laden’s long reign of terror, which had dealt death, destruction and untold misery to millions … Continue reading

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