Cardinal McCarrick and Bishop Belo — On Sexual Abuse, Has Anything Really Changed?

The Vatican acknowledged Thursday that it imposed restrictions in 2020 on the ministry and residency of Bishop Carlos Ximenes Belo, a Nobel Peace Prize winner who is accused of sexually abusing teenage boys decades ago. But Vatican officials will almost certainly face more questions about those restrictions, and about the bishop’s past, as details of … Read more

Pope Francis Appoints Pro-LGBT Cardinal As Head Of Culture And Education

A Portuguese prelate was named by Pope Francis to lead the new Vatican Dicastery for Culture and Education, having enjoyed a “meteoric” rise in the Curial ranks and been a consistent promoter of LGBT ideology. On Monday, Cardinal José Tolentino de Mendonça was appointed to become Prefect of the Dicastery for Culture and Education, a dicastery … Read more

Is the Church in America Dying?

“We are a religious people whose institutions presuppose a Supreme Being.” So declared the U.S. Supreme Court in Zorach v. Clauson (1952). In an earlier decision, Rector of Holy Trinity Church v. United States (1892), the Supreme Court said: “[Americans are] a religious people. This is historically true. From the discovery of this continent to … Read more

Belgian Bishop Claims Pope Francis Approves Of Blessing Ceremony For Homosexual Couples

Bishop Johan Bonny of Antwerp, who with a group of Flemish bishops in Belgium recently published guidelines for the blessing of homosexual couples, has now publicly said that he has spoken with the Pope, and that “our guidelines for blessing of homosexual couples that we have recently published are in line with Pope Francis.” Bonny … Read more

“St. Michael the Archangel” #1 Movie on September 29, 2022

Oscar Delgado, is an independent Hollywood producer, philanthropist and former NBC News senior war correspondent. His latest film is Saint Michael: Meet the Angel, was shown in select theaters in the US, Poland and the UK on September 29, 2022. In this interview with Regina Magazine’s Beverly Stevens, the filmmaker discusses the inspiration for the … Read more

Synod Art Depicts Woman in Priestly Vestments, Person in ‘PRIDE’ T-Shirt

As a select group of Church representatives gather in Frascati, Italy this week, the Catholic Church’s “Synod on Synodality” enters its “continental phase.” Designated “experts” from five continents will meet until October 1 near Rome to review pages of summaries from the 2021- 2022 regional episcopal synods and produce from them one global synthesis document. … Read more

Yet Another Example Of Corruption In The USCCB’s Campaign for Human Development (CCHD)

  The Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD), which is the official anti-poverty program of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), has given millions of dollars over the years to organizations that promote abortion, contraception, homosexuality and Marxism. And each time the CCHD is caught handing funds to an organization acting in direct … Read more