Tag Archives: Pope Francis

The Pope’s Slippery ‘Synodal’ Way

By George Neumayr at The American Spectator:   “Typical of a Jesuit,” said Archbishop Bruno Forte in 2016, as he reflected on the deviously indirect style of Pope Francis. Forte, a close aide to Pope Francis, recalled that the pope … Continue reading

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BREAKING: Pope releases new exhortation on Amazon Synod

While the text fails to accept the progressives’ most high-profile proposals, many are sure to argue that it leaves ample room for them to advance a revolutionary agenda. February 12, 2020,LifeSiteNews: Pope Francis released his official text on the Amazon … Continue reading

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Vatican bishop defends giving Communion to pro-abortion Argentine president and mistress

  ROME, February 7, 2020, LifeSiteNews: A Vatican bishop has defended giving Holy Communion to the pro-abortion president of Argentina and his mistress during their recent visit to the Vatican, saying it is a “problem” only for U.S. Catholics and … Continue reading

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Pope’s revised ‘Our Father’ soon to go into effect, Italian bishop says

ROME, February 4, 2020, LifeSiteNews: In line with Pope Francis’ controversial criticism of the sixth petition of the Lord’s Prayer, the Italian Bishops’ Conference has announced it will introduce a revised translation in the coming months. The Missal containing the … Continue reading

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Bishop Schneider: ‘The Pope cannot be silent as he watches the wolves devour the flock’

ROME, February 3, 2020, LifeSiteNews: Pope Francis has the duty to prevent bishops in Germany from leading clergy and faithful down the “synodal path” over the precipice of heresy, Bishop Athanasius Schneider has said. In a new statement published today … Continue reading

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Viganò to Francis: The Faithful have a right to know

Here below is the official English translation of Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò’s new testimony regarding Pope Francis’ recent approval of the election of the new Dean and Vice-Dean of the College of Cardinals.  The Faithful Have a Right to Know … Continue reading

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Pope Seeks Public Benefits for Sodomy – Bishops Consent?

From Whispers of Restoration: Here at Whispers, we aren’t a Catholic News Site – but this is another one of those “seriously?” moments. Please permit us. In all gravity, Dear Bishops… …Why aren’t any of you coming out of your … 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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How it happened that Archbishop Gänswein called me on the phone

Father Georg Gänswein escorts Barrack Obama to meet Bergoglio, March 27, 2014 A. D. By Br. Alexis Bugnolo at From Rome: The world has seen two of the most outrageous usurpations of office in the history of humanity, and in … 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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Aka Catholic on the papal hand-slapping incident

By Louie Verrecchio: Let’s take a timeout from way more important things to talk about the Humble Slapper incident that took place in St. Peter’s Square on New Year’s Eve. The video (in the unlikely event you’ve missed it) is … Continue reading

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What does Cardinal Sodano’s departure as Dean of the College of Cardinals mean?

Father Raymond J. de Souza at the National Catholic Register: The Dec. 21 resignation of Cardinal Angelo Sodano as the dean of the College of Cardinals is the conclusion of a long career, not without controversy. It occasioned a change … Continue reading

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Francis Asked Football Manager Not To Make Sign Of The Cross

Francis convinced the former football player and current manager of Italy’s national team Roberto Mancini, 57, not to make the Sign of the Cross on the football field, Mancini told Italian television TG5 (December 20, Italian video sequence below). Mancini … Continue reading

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How will lifting of Pontifical Secret affect McCarrick case?

Vatican City, Dec. 18, 2019, National Catholic Register: In a pair of unexpected decrees issued Tuesday morning, Pope Francis removed the obligation of pontifical secrecy from clerical sexual abuse cases, and strengthened the Church’s canonical prohibition against clerical possession of child … Continue reading

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