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De Mattei: The Unknowns at the End of a Pontificate

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The demission of Benedict XVI will be remembered as one of the most catastrophic events of our century, as it opened the door, not only to a destructive pontificate, but above all to a situation of increasing chaos in the Church. After seven years since that disastrous February 11, 2013, the life of Benedict XVI […]

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The Catholic Obligation to Resist

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Editor’s Note: This talk, a powerful call to arms for the ages, was delivered at the launch of a new book-length interview of Bishop Athanasius Schneider in Rome. The book that covers everything from Vatican II, to Archbishop Lefebvre’s role in the resistance and even the role of Freemasonry. In the middle of the Amazon Synod, […]

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Catholic Resistance Manifests Itself

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One of the main reasons for the sufferings was the vision of infidelity, not only of the chosen people, but of all those who in future centuries would lead the Church founded by Our Lord on Calvary. Quae utilitas in sanguine meo? ( Ps 29,10) This atrocious question penetrated His heart, and must penetrate ours, […]

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Tyranny and Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church

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One factor that is second to none in giving rise to the scandalous situation in today’s Church is a conception of episcopal authority as a form of tyranny, rather than being based on and constituted by law. In the light of new revelations about sexual abuse in the Church, many Catholics are asking how the […]

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Archbishop Viganò – Punished for Telling the Truth?

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Will Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, who brought to light the existence of corruption in the Vatican, singling out those guilty, beginning with the highest ecclesiastical authorities, be punished for telling the truth? Pope Francis is examining this possibility – if it is true, as several sources confirm –  that he has consulted Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmiero, and some […]