Bergoglio’s Doctrine Chief Contradicts Benedict’s on Cremation

The Vatican’s doctrine watchdog has sparked fresh controversy over the practice of cremation after issuing a new ruling on preserving the ashes of cremated bodies. The note published Tuesday by Cdl. Víctor Manuel Fernández, prefect of the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith, was signed by Pope Francis and overturns a 2016 ban on reserving the deceased’s … Read more

Homosexual Priest Drafts World’s First ‘Queer Bible’

A homosexual priest from Lucerne, a city renowned as the capital of Catholic Switzerland, claims to have reimagined the Holy Scriptures to create the world’s first “Queer Bible.” Launching Die Queerbibel at the Lucerne Pride Festival on Saturday, Fr. Meinrad Furrer, an LGBT activist, presented a sample of his heterodox text by offering a “queer” … Read more

Jesuits FINALLY Expel Serial Sex Abuser

The Society of Jesus has expelled a celebrity artist accused of sexually abusing over 25 religious sisters after the Jesuit continued to violate the restrictions placed on him by his superiors. A statement from the Jesuits, published Thursday, revealed Fr. Marko Ivan Rupnik was dismissed from the Society of Jesus by decree on June 9 … Read more

WATCH: Pope’s Sex Abuse Watchdog Sued for Cover-Up

Your browser does not support the video tag.   Three former students at a Massachusetts Catholic high school have filed a lawsuit against Boston’s Cardinal Sean O’Malley and other Church leaders because of alleged abuse committed by the school’s vice principal. Attorney Mitchell Garabedian on Monday announced that he had filed a May 5 lawsuit … Read more

Synodal Way in Germany Allows Gay Blessings, Women Preachers

The Catholic Church in Germany has voted to permit the blessing of same-sex couples and women preachers to deliver the homily during Holy Mass. Official blessing ceremonies for homosexual couples will be allowed in German Catholic churches with immediate effect, with an evaluation to be carried out in March 2026. A thumping majority of over … Read more