Bishop Stowe Comes To Defense of Fired Catholic Teacher in Homosexual ‘Marriage’

A Kentucky prelate is virtue signaling to a Catholic educator who was fired for being in a same-sex union. During an online gathering of the College Theology Society on Friday, Bp. John Stowe of Lexington apologized to former Pennsylvania Catholic education director Margie Winters, who was fired in 2015 for being in a public so-called gay marriage with another woman. “You … Read more

Bishop Wall Blasts Bishop McElroy

A New Mexico prelate is protecting brother bishops who believe pro-abortion Catholic politicians should be denied Holy Communion. In an article for First Things on Tuesday, Bp. James Wall of the diocese of Gallup rebuked San Diego bishop Robert McElroy — ripping his essay that argued pro-life bishops are politically motivated and weaponizing the Eucharist. Bishop Wall wrote: But while I don’t presume to know … Read more

Steubenville Vicar General Pleads Guilty To Theft

A former diocesan official in Ohio is going to jail for aggravated theft. Monsignor Kurt Kemo, formerly vicar general of the Steubenville diocese, admitted in the Jefferson County Court of Common Pleas last month that he diverted nearly $300,000 in diocesan cash to buy expensive clothes, flying lessons and hotel stays. Kemo expressed that he is “very, very sorry,” and emphasized that after making … Read more

Germany’s Marxist Synod

  A German professor of theology is hitting back against Marxist views on gender. On Tuesday, dogmatist and Mariologist Manfred Hauke called the German bishops’ conference non-Catholic for its attempts to overthrow Catholic teaching. The German bishops are resorting to a method known as the ‘synodal way’: having a synod where they vote up or down on the … Read more