Why Is James Martin Repeatedly Allowed To Spout Hersey While Good Priests Are Cancelled?

Jesuit Father James Martin, an LGBT advocate, affirmed Saturday his belief that two men can enter into a real marriage that must be recognized as such. Responding to Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, who proposed that Pete Buttigieg’s same-sex marriage to his partner Chasten is not a true … Read more

George Neumayr Dies Suddenly In Africa

George Neumayr was a great reporter who used his skills to confront the evils in the Church he so loved. He will be dearly missed. Initial reports state the cause of death was malaria, but some are questioning the cause. Here’s a compilation of articles from his supporters. May George rest in peace. American Spectator: … Read more

Dare We Fear That Most Men Be Damned?

The recently deceased Cardinal George Pell wrote a few years ago about his evolving views on the question of how many will be saved. In the 1970’s, he subscribed to a broadly inclusivist view of salvation; as he put it, “I expressed the hope, perhaps expectation, that few would be consigned to hell.” He was … Read more

Albany Diocese Offered $20M For ‘Global Settlement’ With Victims Of Abuse

A longtime attorney for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany inadvertently disclosed during a court conference last week that it had recently offered $20 million toward a “global settlement” involving hundreds of alleged child sexual abuse victims who have filed claims against the organization or the priests and other employees accused of sexually assaulting them. … Read more

84 Dioceses Partner With Firm Pushing Drag Queen Books, LGBT Ideology In Schools

The Lepanto Institute recently spoke with several Catholic educators from around the country who expressed concern that their diocesan schools were using evaluation tools provided by an organization that promotes LGBT ideologies. In the first place, they were unhappy that diocesan funds were being used to support an organization that was acting so clearly in … Read more

Trial To Be Scheduled For Former Michigan Priest Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Boys

A trial may finally be looming for a former Flint-area priest accused of sexually assaulting two men in the mid-1990s, when the alleged victims were under 13 years old. Vincent DeLorenzo, 83, appeared Tuesday, Jan. 17, before Genesee County Circuit Judge Brian S. Pickell along with his attorney Michael Beer and assistant attorney general Danielle … Read more

After Death Of Cardinal Pell, The Gloves Are Coming Off

I firmly believe that Card. Pell would have been a “kingmaker” in an upcoming conclave because of his ecclesiastical experience, his personality, and his enormous moral authority after his persecution and unjust imprisonment. As one of my correspondents wrote, rightly, “Shall we see his like again?” I direct the readership to four necessary items to … Read more

Prominent Priest-Psychotherapist Accused Of Abusing Patients During Psychotherapy Consigned To Life Of Prayer

Concluding canonical proceedings initiated in 2016, the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith has consigned Msgr. Tony Anatrella, a prominent priest-psychotherapist, to a life of prayer, the Archdiocese of Paris announced on January 17. The 81-year-old priest, who was accused of sexually abusing patients during psychotherapy, is barred from hearing confessions and celebrating Mass … Read more