Pope Francis Approves New Document Elevating Ecumenism And Synodality Above Papal Primacy

The Vatican has unveiled a pivotal document on the papacy, which contains numerous calls to fundamentally alter the understanding of the practice of papal primacy and authority in order to aid ecumenism and synodality. Titled “The Bishop of Rome. Primacy and Synodality in the Ecumenical Dialogues and in the Responses to the Encyclical Ut unum sint,” … Read more

Fiducia Supplicans is ‘Crowning Achievement’ of ‘LGBT Lobby’ in the Church

In a newly published book, two theologians outline that Cardinal Fernández’s appointment to the Vatican and his Fiducia Supplicans text are the “crowning achievement” of the pro-homosexual movement and the “powerful LGBT lobby” within the Catholic Church. Published May 27, a book entitled “The Breached Dam: The Fiducia Supplicans Surrender to the Homosexual Movement” outlines … Read more

Pope’s 60 Minutes Interview: Classic Exercise in Modernist Deception

Pope Francis’ recent interview on CBS’ 60 Minutes is notable for a variety of statements made by the Pontiff, among the most prominent being his seemingly contradictory and misleading claims on Fiducia Supplicans. In a now fully released CBS 60 Minutes interview, conducted by Norah O’Donnell, Pope Francis was questioned once more on the December 2023 … Read more

German Bishop Commissions 13 Female ‘Deacons in the Spirit’ with Support of Bishops’ Conference Head

Thirteen German women have been “commissioned” as “deacons in the spirit” by a local bishop following a three-year “female deacons” training plan, in an event praised by the president of the German bishops’ conference. On April 13, the auxiliary bishop of the Diocese of Essen, Bishop Ludger Schepers, commissioned 13 women who had completed a … Read more

Pope Francis Claims ‘Deniers of Climate Change’ are ‘Foolish’

Pope Francis has stated that “deniers of climate change” are “foolish” as they don’t believe “research,” and insisting that “climate change exists.” In comments made to CBS Evening News and aired April 24, the 87-year-old Pontiff decried those whom CBS’s Norah O’Donnell described as “deniers of climate change.” “There are people who are foolish, and … Read more

Cardinal Burke Condemns ‘Scandal’ of Communion for Pro-Abort Politicians

Giving forthright comments on a number of current issues in the Catholic Church, Cardinal Raymond Burke condemned the practice of giving Holy Communion to pro-abortion politicians, as well as noting that the traditional Mass is in a state of “persecution.” “This is what is referred to as scandal,” he said April 23, commenting on the … Read more

Hush Money? Disgraced Cardinal Wuerl Received Over $4 Million from Archdiocese of Washington Since His Ouster.

Cardinal Donald Wuerl continues to receive substantial payments from the DC archdiocese since retiring in disgrace over his mishandling of sex abuse, though the amounts have declined following media scrutiny. The retired archbishop of Washington, Cardinal Donald Wuerl, has received over $4 million from the archdiocese for his “continuing ministry activities” since 2020. According to … Read more

Cardinal Sarah: African Bishops ‘Have Spoken for the whole Church’ by Rejecting Homosexual ‘Blessings’

Warning that the “Church is dying,” Robert Cardinal Sarah has issued a striking call to action for African Catholics to be the “defenders of the universality of faith” especially at the Synod on Synodality, while also praising them for their rejection of same-sex blessings. Speaking in Cameroon as part of a current visit he is … Read more

Dignitas Infinita Condemns Abortion and Gender Theory, but Silent on Homosexuality

Cardinal Victor Manuel Fernández has released his long-anticipated document on human dignity, written in line with Pope Francis’ encyclical Fratelli Tutti and modern teaching on dignity, which condemns abortion and surrogacy while notably remaining silent on homosexuality. Released via press conference April 8 – the transferred feast of the Annunciation – the new text, Dignitas infinita, aims to … Read more

Protecting Rupnik? Francis Removes Cardinal-Vicar of Rome

Pope Francis has removed the cardinal-vicar of Rome and one of the city’s auxiliary bishops, in a move which is suggested to be due to personal conflicts and objections to the Pope’s handling of the Father Marko Rupnik case. Announced by the Holy See Press Office bulletin April 6, Pope Francis has accepted the resignation … Read more