$121.5M Settlement in New Mexico Clergy Sex Abuse Scandal

One of the oldest Catholic dioceses in the United States announced a settlement agreement Tuesday to resolve a bankruptcy case in New Mexico that resulted from a clergy sex abuse scandal. The tentative deal totals $121.5 million and would involve about 375 claimants. The proposed settlement comes as the Catholic Church continues to wrestles with … Read more

‘Keep Quiet!’: Archbishop Wester Reportedly Covered-Up, Fumbled Pedophilic Sexual Abuse Cases

John C. Wester, the Archbishop of Santa Fe, has long been vocal on political issues, such as the embrace of weak immigration laws, support for the elimination of centuries-old Hispanic cultural traditions, and blasting the prohibition of the Eucharist to those not in full communion with the Catholic Church as “tone-deaf.” Wester has also run … Read more

Archbishop Wester: No Jab, No Singing, No Communion Distribution

New Mexico’s Archbishop ordered in new “liturgical restriction” guidelines released yesterday that only vaccinated people can sing in church choirs and only priests or laity who have been vaccinated can distribute Holy Communion on the tongue. “Singing is allowed by choirs only, whose members are to all have been fully vaccinated,” state the Archdiocese of … Read more

More Bishops Publicly Out Themselves As Pro-LGBT

14 bishops have now signed a statement insinuating that God created same-sex attraction in people and that such attraction is healthy and normal. Fourteen U.S. Catholic bishops, one of them a cardinal, have added their names to a statement in partnership with a pro-homosexual advocacy group in support of young people who identify as LGBT, … Read more

WATCH: Homosexual Schism

Your browser does not support the video tag.   Prelates and priests continue to add their voices to a chorus of dissent, vowing to bless same-sex couples despite the Vatican’s recent clarification that the Church cannot bless sin. One of the first prelates in the United States to dissent was Abp. John Wester of Santa Fe. RELATED: … Read more

Standing-Up to the LGBT Anti-Bullying Bullies

“Bullies” are the modern-day boogeymen. Lurking around every corner ready to pounce on their prey, they live to inflict psychological harm on their victims. They demand blind obedience to their views, eliminating anyone who opposes their reign. Bullies apparently dominate our school yards, workplaces, and of course social media. According to the mainstream narrative, within … Read more

8 U.S. Bishops Sign Statement Affirming Youths Who Identify as LGBT

The statement fails to reaffirm Catholic teaching that homosexuality is objectively disordered. Eight U.S. Catholic bishops, one of them a cardinal, have signed a statement in partnership with a pro-homosexual advocacy group, in support of young people who identify as LGBT, telling them that “God is on your side.” “As Catholic Bishops in the United … Read more

Archbishop Threatens Priests With ‘Suspension’ For Exceeding 5 Minute Homilies

Priests in the Archdiocese of Santa Fe have been threatened with suspension if their homilies go over the prescribed five-minute limit set by the archbishop on account of his fears of the faithful being longer in church during the COVID outbreak. Yesterday, British journalist Damian Thompson published a photograph of instructions from the vicar general … Read more

WATCH: Parade of Heretics

  A group of Catholic activists have created a video of their personal speeches to Catholics who identify as LGBT to substitute for a canceled conference. Outreach 2020 was supposed to be an “LGBTQ Catholic ministry gathering” taking place at New York’s Fordham University between June 18 and June 20 this year. It was canceled … Read more