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Vatican Omits Call for Women’s ‘Ministries’ from English Version of Amazon Synod’s Final Document

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In explosive suggestion for a new ministry for women has been left out of the “unofficial” working English translation of the Final Document of the Synod of Bishops for the Pan-Amazonian region. In Paragraph 102 of the document, the original Spanish reads: Pedimos revisar el Motu Proprio de San Pablo VI, Ministeria quedam [sic], para […]

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Cardinal Müller: ‘Neither the Pope nor…Bishops can Change Dogmas…to Their Liking’

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A German cardinal asserted in a recent interview that not even the pope nor “a majority of bishops” can change dogmas of the faith or divine law to suit their own preferences. In an interview with La Repubblica, published yesterday, Cardinal Gerhard Müller vigorously defended the orthodox, traditional, understanding of the celibate Latin priesthood. When […]

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Vatican Police Raid Secretariat of State Looking for Evidence of Financial Corruption

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 Vatican police raided its own Secretariat of State this morning to seize evidence connected to suspicious financial transactions that have been allegedly carried out over time. According to a bulletin released by the Holy See’s Press Office, “documents and electronic devices” were seized from “certain offices of the First Section of the Secretariat of State and […]

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Pope to Pope: I’m ‘Wearied from Being Scorned and Demonized by You’

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A widely-recognized and respected American priest has responded to Pope Francis’ recent remarks on “young, rigid priests,” saying in a social media post addressed to the Pope that he must “honestly and painfully say that I am wearied from being scorned and demonized by you.” On his way to Mozambique, the Argentinian pontiff stated that he considered […]

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Former Catholic Herald Editor Blasts Amazon Synod, ‘Corrupt Pope’

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The Vatican’s working document for its upcoming Amazon Synod is politically correct nonsense, a venerable Catholic journalist, editor, and author has said. Damian Thompson, of late the former editor-in-chief for the Catholic Herald, said certain parts of the document are “garbage” and that given some elements involved in the forthcoming Pan-Amazon Synod, the assembly should be […]

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Pontifical University Bans Top Scholar Who Signed Letter Accusing Pope Francis Of Heresy

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One of the English-speaking world’s greatest living scholars of Classical philosophy was told he has been barred from all Pontifical Universities after he signed an Open Letter along with a number of prominent clergymen and scholars accusing Pope Francis of committing heresy. Professor John Rist, 83, who converted to Catholicism from agnosticism in 1980, told LifeSiteNews that […]

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Fr. James Martin: Pope Appoints ‘Gay-Friendly’ Bishops and Cardinals to Change Church on LGBT

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Vatican consultant and homosexual activist priest Fr. James Martin stated at a recent conference that Pope Francis has gone out of his way to appoint “gay-friendly” bishops and cardinals in the Catholic Church. Speaking at the Ignatian Family Teach-in for Justice 2018 in Washington D.C. on Saturday evening, the Jesuit priest and America magazine editor-at-large told students […]

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Cardinal O’Connor of New York Investigated McCarrick Claims in 1994

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According to a former papal nuncio, the late Cardinal John O’Connor of New York carried out an investigation into Theodore McCarrick in 1994. Cardinal Agostino Cacciavillan, 93, told John Duncan of the Catholic News Servicethat when he was the Apostolic Nuncio to the United States, he alerted O’Connor to information he received shortly before Pope St. John Paul […]

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Jesuit-Run Magazine Runs Article Denying Link Between Homosexuality and Clergy Sex Abuse

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The Jesuit-run publication America has carried an article by a professor-psychologist who claims that homosexuality is not the “root cause” of clerical sexual abuse. The photo accompanying the article contained an angel with a rainbow in the background. Dr. Thomas G. Plante, a professor of psychology at the Jesuit Santa Clara University and an adjunct […]