Three Former Cleveland Seminarians Allege Sexual Coercion, Inadequate Response

Three former seminarians say Cleveland diocesan and seminary officials failed to respond appropriately, after a priest allegedly pressured them to take naked swims with him at a lake house and other locations, couching the invitations in both spiritual language and excessive alcohol consumption. One seminarian also said the priest took nude photos and videos of … Read more

Disgraced NAC Rector Stepping-Down

A statement by the Pontifical North American College (NAC) confirmed that the Rector, Father Peter Harman, will be stepping down after facing bombshell allegations in a major lawsuit filed in New York State Supreme Court. The lawsuit alleges that Harman used his position as NAC rector to retaliate against seminarians and to cover up reports … Read more

The Merciful Act of Excommunication

Whether cohabiting couples, out and proud gays, “social” alcoholics, serial monogamists, or persons engaged in any one of the number of socially acceptable sins, they are members in churches—maybe yours—who have gone unchallenged for behaviors and lifestyles that are incongruent with Scripture and Church teaching; and many are in leadership roles. Most egregious are Catholic … Read more

One Bishop Courageously Proclaims His Diocese Will NOT Participate in the Pope’s Synodal Process

A Catholic leader has said that his archdiocese won’t take part in the two-year global synodal process, saying that it would run “the risk of becoming ideological.” Archbishop Wolfgang Haas of Vaduz, Liechtenstein, announced his decision on Oct. 15, reported CNA Deutsch, CNA’s German-language news partner. “I am of the opinion that in our small … Read more

Cardinal Maradiaga: The Scandals Surrounding One of Pope Francis’ Closest Allies

More than six months have passed since the publication of a book that raises damaging questions about the integrity of Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga. More than three years have passed since Cardinal Maradiaga’s auxiliary, vicar general, and right-hand man, Bishop Juan José Pineda Fasquelle, resigned following an investigation into charges of sexual and financial misconduct … Read more

HORROR: Here’s Why Pfizer Tried to Conceal the Vax Origins

Any Bishop refusing to support vaccine exemptions after reading this are truly complicit in this crime. On October 6, with the help of James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas (PV), a whistleblower at Pfizer revealed, in leaked internal emails, that company executives have been, in PV’s words, “telling staff to be secretive about the use of human … Read more

Pope Francis Compares Black Lives Matter Protests to Good Samaritan

In an address to the Fourth World Meeting of Popular Movements on Saturday, Pope Francis advocated for the destructive “protests” which broke out in the wake of George Floyd’s death in 2020, describing those involved in the movement as “collective Samaritans.” The Pope’s comments came as part of a longer speech on social justice, part … Read more

‘In the Name of God’: Pope Francis Calls on Big Tech to Censor ‘Fake News, Conspiracy Theories’

Pope Francis wants Big Tech to ramp up its censorship campaign of competing ideas and conversations that challenge accepted narratives, asking “in the name of God” that “technology giants” put a swift end to the spread of “fake news” and “conspiracy theories.” The comments came as part of his 38-minute long video message on Saturday … Read more

Pelosi and the Popes . . . Two Meetings, Two Versions

Rome watchers have remarked that Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Rome this month was reminiscent of an earlier occasion, when she met with Pope Benedict XVI in February 2009. There were no cameras at that meeting, but Ms. Pelosi did release a statement afterwards: “It is with great joy that my husband, Paul, and I met … Read more

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