CANON LAWYER: Bishops Have Options for Dealing with Politicians Who Support Abortion

 Canon lawyer and President of The St. Joseph Foundation, Philip Gray, counsels faithful Catholics on how to defend their rights under canon law in cases of liturgical abuse, marriage, sacrament denial, and more. Hosted by Fr. Mitch Pacwa.  Click here to watch the entire program. TAKE ACTION: Demand the Bishops of New York Impose … Read more

Cardinal Dolan Dances Around Catholic Teaching

Dolan quotes: A mom who has an abortion, we’d say, “Mom, we love you. We might not, uh, particularly condone what you just did. But we love you, and, uh, we’re not about to judge you.” It used to be people that said we should excommunicate the mothers that did that. We don’t do that … Read more

Should Immoral Priests Be Removed?

  The Laity feel betrayed in the aftermath of the revelations about Ex Cardinal McCarrick. How should priests help the laity in the time. Father John Hollowell speaks to how priests and bishops can be held accountable. He makes suggestions for Catholic seminarian training. If you care about the reform of the Catholic Church, this … Read more

Are You Ready for the Red Pill?

  Catholic bishops have proven they are either unwilling or unable to resolve the sexual abuse crisis themselves.  Need proof?  The Pope himself selected Cardinal Blase Cupich to be one of the chief organizers for the worldwide summit on the sexual abuse crisis in Feburary 2019.  This is the same man that stated the Church … Read more

2015 Letter Belies Pope’s Claim of Ignorance

Pope Francis received a victim’s letter in 2015 that graphically detailed how a priest sexually abused him and how other Chilean clergy ignored it, contradicting the pope’s recent insistence that no victims had come forward to denounce the cover-up, the letter’s author and members of Francis’ own sex- abuse commission have told The Associated Press.

The fact that Francis received the eight-page letter, obtained by the AP, challenges his insistence that he has “zero tolerance” for sex abuse and cover-ups. It also calls into question his stated empathy with abuse survivors, compounding the most serious crisis of his five-year papacy.

But members of the pope’s Commission for the Protection of Minors say that in April 2015, they sent a delegation to Rome specifically to hand-deliver a letter to the pope about Barros. The letter from Juan Carlos Cruz detailed the abuse, kissing and fondling he says he suffered at Karadima’s hands, which he said Barros and others saw but did nothing to stop.

Four members of the commission met with Francis’ top abuse adviser, Cardinal Sean O’Malley, explained their concerns about Francis’ recent appointment of Barros as a bishop in southern Chile, and gave him the letter to deliver to Francis.

“When we gave him (O’Malley) the letter for the pope, he assured us he would give it to the pope and speak of the concerns,” then-commission member Marie Collins told the AP. “And at a later date, he assured us that that had been done.”

Cruz, who now lives and works in Philadelphia, heard the same later that year.

“Cardinal O’Malley called me after the pope’s visit here in Philadelphia and he told me, among other things, that he had given the letter to the pope — in his hands,” he said in an interview at his home Sunday.

Neither the Vatican nor O’Malley responded to multiple requests for comment.

Read more at AP News

World Over 2018-10-04 – Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo

CARDINAL GERHARD MÜLLER, former prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) at the Vatican speaks at length about the cover up of sex abuse by clergy, the Youth Synod getting underway in Rome this week and much more in a candid, exclusive in-studio interview. MOST REV. ROBERT MORLINO, bishop of the … Read more

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