Tag Archives: Pope Francis

“Cancelled” Priests, but Pope Francis Looks the Other Way

CP&S comment. That is exactly what is happening in the Church under the Francis papacy: a large number of good priests, faithful priests, priests who refuse to either omit or dilute Catholic magisterial teachings, and whose only concern is to … Continue reading

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What can we offer the world? ‘Not much’ according to Mr. Lewis

Posted on June 9, 2021 by Steven O’Reilly on ‘Roma Locuta Est’ Mike Lewis over at Where Peter Is has offered his ruminations on the state and future of evangelization. The lengthy essay (4,600 words plus) ponders “What can we offer the world?”  The question … Continue reading

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Is Pope Francis Planning to Restrict Benedict XVI’s Apostolic Letter “Summorum Pontificum”?

It is ongoing news: strange plans are getting underway in the Vatican under Pope Francis’ orders that are not going to favour the spread or even the celebration of the Mass of the Ages. These plans are not taking into … Continue reading

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Eucharistic miracles of Buenos Aires and Lanciano

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Vatican uses pro-abortion terminology ‘pro-choice’ for first time in ‘abdication of moral authority’

VATICAN CITY, LifeSiteNews: In what would appear to be a first, the Vatican has succumbed to a common practice among abortion advocates and repeatedly mentioned the pro-abortion term “pro-choice” in a recent letter describing politicians who support abortion.  Cardinal Luis … Continue reading

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Declaration of Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò with regard to the “Fifth International Vatican Conference”

CP&S comment. Considering the importance of the coming International Vatican Conference next month, with its utterly scandalous list of anti-Catholic, pro-abort speakers, we are posting another article on the subject. This is Archbishop Viganò’s forthright denouncement of this betrayal of … Continue reading

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In God’s name, why is the Pope inviting abortion-backers to his Vatican ‘health’ talks?

He who sups with the devil should have a long spoon. By Kate Dunlop at Conservative Woman:  I’VE received in my inbox confirmation of the next big Vatican ‘public’ event – the International Health Conference: Exploring the Mind, Body & Soul. How Innovation … Continue reading

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Why is there a painting of a nude Jesus ministering to Judas in Pope Francis’ study?

L’Osservatore Romano, the Vatican’s own newspaper, featured as its cover photo a scandalous painting of Our Lord in the Pope’s own quarters. (LifeSiteNews) According to the Vatican’s own newspaper L’Osservatore Romano, Pope Francis has placed a painting of a resurrected nude Jesus … Continue reading

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We must not capitulate before this world, but recapitulate all things in Christ

An interview with the Superior General of the Priestly Society of Saint Pius X on the pontificate of Pope Francis. [CP&S comment below] DICI: Reverend Father, it has been eight years since Pope Francis ascended the throne of Saint Peter, … Continue reading

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Ex-pope Benedict chides ‘fanatical’ Catholics who reject his resignation

CP&S comment. Well, well, this news comes as a surprise right now! And also something of a disappointment. However frail Benedict XVI might be, he cannot be blind to the horrors we been have subjected to under Francis since he … Continue reading

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Goodbye tradition, hello fashion!

SWITZERLAND, February 2021 LifeSiteNews: Joseph Maria Bonnemain, who Pope Francis picked on Monday for the Diocese of Chur, Switzerland against the wishes of the local ecclesial leadership, declared on Wednesday that he won’t have his own episcopal coat of arms. … Continue reading

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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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Divine Sense of Humour?

Maybe it was Divine Intervention, when during the Angelus on 14th February a powerful gust of wind blew a window tapestry up into Pope Francis’ face, just as he said that “God is the One who contaminates Himself” – perhaps … Continue reading

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Pope Francis, Biden and “post-institutional” Catholics

by Roberto de Mattei at the Lepanto Foundation What will be the effects of Joe Biden’s election on the life of the Church? Biden is the second Catholic President in the history of the United States after John Fitzgerald Kennedy, … Continue reading

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The Pope’s misplaced sympathy for fathers who leave home

By Phil Lawler at Catholic Culture: Last week Pope Francis took another step to dismantle the edifice of teaching on marriage left to the Church by his predecessor, Pope John Paul II. You already know, I trust, that Pope Francis … Continue reading

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