20 Years After the Dallas Charter, Has Catholic Clergy Sex Abuse Been ‘Solved’?

Wilton Gregory was president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops at the time of the Dallas Charter in 2002. Clergy sex abuse in the Catholic Church is not “over.” I mean this in two ways. First, some clergy sexual abuse is undoubtedly still taking place. But more importantly, we haven’t really dealt with … Read more

‘Good Catholic’ Joe Biden Reaffirms Support for Abortion on Anniversary of Roe v. Wade

Crickets from Cardinal Gregory as Biden reaffirms his support for abortion. President Joe Biden pledged to defend a so-called right to abortion and reaffirmed his commitment to the widespread availability of the procedure in a Jan. 22 statement marking the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that legalized abortion nationwide. “The constitutional … Read more

Pro-Abortion Message Projected on Catholic National Shrine During March for Life

The Washington Examiner reports: In a challenge to those attending today’s 49th annual March For Life, pro-abortion rights messages were projected on the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception Thursday night. Religious News Service reporter Jack Jenkins posted photos of the protest, which he said came during the basilica’s “prayer vigil for … Read more

The USCCB Eucharist Document Is Out, but the Scandal Is Still Here

One month after the election of Joseph Biden I met personally with the Archbishop of Detroit, Allen Vigneron. I knew that he had been appointed to head a working committee of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB)—a committee formed to address how the bishops would deal with a Catholic president who advocates legalized … Read more

Cardinal Gregory ‘Grateful’ for Pope’s Support of Communion for Pro-Abortion Politicians

Washington’s Cardinal Wilton Gregory has once again supported giving Holy Communion to pro-abortion politicians, saying that bishops are “not there as police,” and praising the Pope’s recent restrictions on the Latin Mass. Gregory spoke to assembled members of the press on September 27, while in Rome to take possession of his titular church, Santa Maria … Read more

Cardinal Gregory Distances Himself From Monsingor Burrill

In a recent parish bulletin, Monsignor Jeffrey Burrill was featured as a visiting presider at Our Lady of Mercy in Potomac, Maryland.  Burrill was forced to resign as the USCCB’s general secretary for sexual misconduct. When an astute Twitter follower raised a question about Burrill’s appearance at the parish in the Archdiocese of Washington, DC, … Read more

Cardinal Gregory Cancels Pontifical Mass

A pontifical high Mass had been planned for 14 August in the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C.  It was actually supposed to be offered a year ago, but was postponed due to COVID restrictions.  The music was all set.  The clergy were all lined up.  EWTN was going … Read more

WATCH: Shocking New Allegations in Lawsuit Against Cardinal Dolan and North American College – Implicates Over 30 U.S. and Vatican Bishops

Accusations include orgy involving two sitting U.S. Bishops New bombshell allegations have emerged in a lawsuit naming New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan; the Archdiocese of New York; the Pontifical North American College (NAC) in Rome; the NAC rector, Illinois-priest Father Peter Harman; the NAC vice-rector, Washington D.C.-priest Father Adam Park; and others.   In New … Read more

WATCH: Archbishop Hebda Refuses To Denounce Heretical Priest Association Meeting In His Archdiocese

A “Rosary of Reparation” rally, sponsored by the Lepanto Institute and Catholic Parents Online, was held on June 22 and 23 in front of the DoubleTree Hotel South in Bloomington, MN, in protest of the 2021 Annual Assembly of the Association of U.S. Catholic Priests (AUSCP).  The Rosary rally was conducted in response to the … Read more