Cardinal Cupich Targeted with ‘Save the Latin Mass’ Billboard Campaign

In response to Cardinal Cupich’s movement toward a crackdown of the Traditional Latin Mass (TLM) in the Archdiocese of Chicago, the Coalition for Canceled Priests (CFCP) has launched a billboard campaign to have the Latin Mass protected from suppression. The “Save the Latin Mass” campaign officially launched Sunday in Chicago, where trucks with billboards displaying … Read more

Pope Francis Compares Black Lives Matter Protests to Good Samaritan

In an address to the Fourth World Meeting of Popular Movements on Saturday, Pope Francis advocated for the destructive “protests” which broke out in the wake of George Floyd’s death in 2020, describing those involved in the movement as “collective Samaritans.” The Pope’s comments came as part of a longer speech on social justice, part … Read more

‘In the Name of God’: Pope Francis Calls on Big Tech to Censor ‘Fake News, Conspiracy Theories’

Pope Francis wants Big Tech to ramp up its censorship campaign of competing ideas and conversations that challenge accepted narratives, asking “in the name of God” that “technology giants” put a swift end to the spread of “fake news” and “conspiracy theories.” The comments came as part of his 38-minute long video message on Saturday … Read more

Vatican Claims ‘Software Error’ Blamed for $1.7 Billion Discrepancy in Money Transfers to Australia

The Holy See Press Office released a statement on Wednesday clarifying recent reports documenting that over $1.7 billion (AUS $2.3 billion) had been sent from official Vatican financial bodies to Australian accounts. The Holy See claims that the shocking number was actually the result of a “software error,” and that the value of the transfers did not exceed $7.4 … Read more

U.S. Bishops Formally Endorse Abortion-Tainted COVID Vaccine: ‘An Act of Love of Our Neighbor’

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) has announced that “the reasons to accept the new COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna are sufficiently serious to justify their use, despite their remote connection to morally compromised cell lines.” The bishops add that receiving such vaccines are “an act of love of our neighbor and part … Read more