Bishop Strips Jesuit School of ‘Catholic’ Status for Defiantly Flying ‘Pride’ and BLM Flags

The Catholic bishop of the Diocese of Worcester has removed the “Catholic” status from a Jesuit-run school after it refused to heed his orders not to fly the LGBT rainbow flag and the Black Lives Matter flag. In a decree issued June 16, Bishop Robert J. McManus rebuked the Jesuit-run Nativity School in Worcester, Massachusetts, … Read more

Scandal-Ridden Ally of Pope Francis Announces Resignation

The scandal-ridden Honduran prelate and close advisor to Pope Francis, Cardinal Óscar Andrés Rodríguez Maradiaga, has announced his resignation. Vatican journalist, Marco Tosatti, reported on his blog April 26 that Maradiaga had made his resignation announcement during the Chrism Mass he celebrated in Holy Week. The announcement has likewise been reported by Aleteia. Tossati noted … Read more

Pope Francis Praises Catholic ‘Fact-Checking’ Media Group Tied to Gates, Soros

Pope Francis on Friday met with the International Catholic fact-checking group, which promotes abortion-tainted injections and is linked to Bill Gates and George Soros, thanking them for combating “fake news and the manipulation of the consciences of the weakest.” The morning of January 28, Pope Francis met with members of the International Catholic Media … Read more

Pope’s Sex Abuse Czar Attacks ‘Young, Conservative’ Priests

Cardinal Seán P. O’Malley, one of Pope Francis’s close advisers, has spoken out against conservative members of the Catholic clergy, defending the Pope’s comments attacking conservative news outlets such as EWTN. Speaking to Argentine newspaper La Nacion from his quarters in Rome, the 77-year-old Archbishop of Boston responded to why Pope Francis is “so questioned,” … Read more

Iowa Archbishop Urges Laity to ‘Liquify’ Dead Bodies Instead of Burying Them, Says It’s Better for the Planet

The Catholic Archbishop of Dubuque, Iowa, has written to urge the faithful to reject “traditional burial methods” in favor of liquifying a corpse in order to be less “offensive” to the earth and environment. Archbishop Michael Jackels made the argument in a letter dated October 20 entitled “Alternatives to traditional burial methods.” Making reference to the “two people” who die every second worldwide … 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

Pro-Life Priest Canceled by Pontifical University for ‘Political’ and ‘Ecclesial’ Position

Well-known pro-life priest Fr. Frank Pavone has been denied an award he was scheduled to receive for his pro-life work, after the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum backtracked on its original decision citing political and ecclesiastical reasons. The Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum is run by the Legionaries of Christ (LC), whose founder had been found in … Read more

Cupich Quick to Condemn Capitol Protestors, But Still Silent on BLM Riots

Cardinal Blase Cupich, the archbishop of Chicago, posted a strongly worded statement in response to the recent protests seen at the Capitol, calling them a “national disgrace.” However, when Black Lives Matter protests throughout the nation turned violent last year, Cupich had remained silent. Cupich’s long message on Twitter dealt with protestors entering the Capitol … Read more

Pope Francis Teams-Up with United Nations

The goal is to ‘educate’ world’s youth on sustainable lifestyles, gender equality, global citizenship. Pope Francis launched a new partnership between the Vatican and United Nations (UN) this week that aims at educating the world in “sustainable lifestyles,” “gender equality,” and “global citizenship,” among other goals. The launch of the collaboration between the Pope’s own … Read more