Cardinal Sarah Denounces ‘Atheistic’ Western Bishops Who Prefer the World to the Cross

Guinean Cardinal Robert Sarah has accused Western bishops of worldliness and of succumbing to the temptation of “practical atheism” as they lose faith in the teachings of the Catholic Church. The former prefect of the Vatican’s Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments said that so many bishops desired to be “loved by the world” … Read more

Accused Priest Faces Sisters of Life Allegations

The New York-based Sisters of Life have reported to the Vatican that a priest groomed and manipulated sisters while providing spiritual direction to members of the community. The priest, Fr. David Nicgorski, has previously been accused of misconduct in spiritual direction, and of sexually assaulting a religious sister. His own religious order, the Oblates of … Read more

Portugal’s Catholic Church to Compensate Sexual Abuse Victims

Portugal’s Catholic Church said on Thursday it will financially compensate victims of child sexual abuse within the Church, setting the amounts to be paid on a case-by-case basis, an approach survivors’ groups have criticised. Members of Portugal’s Bishops’ Conference (CEP) have been meeting since Monday at the Shrine of Fatima in central Portugal to discuss … Read more

LISTEN: New Ways Ministries – Rainbow Wolves

Faithful Catholic writers have been sounding the alarm about an LGBT push to undermine the Church’s teachings from within. CatholicVote’s Catholic Accountability Project (CAP) decided to investigate those concerns. The report below is the result of CAP’s thorough research into one culprit – an organization named “New Ways Ministry.” What the investigation uncovered is nothing … Read more

Toward a Remaking of the American Episcopacy?

The United States has 194 Catholic dioceses; of these, eight are now vacant, while 11 have at their head bishops who are already at or over the age of 75 but whom the Supreme Pontiff has left in place to give himself more time to find successors. By March 2025, many “heavyweights” of the American … Read more

WATCH: Tucho Attempts to Justify Blessing Homosexual Couples

  It is the first time that Cardinal Fernández has appeared publicly since he became prefect of the Doctrine of the Faith. It was to explain the motivations and content of a new doctrinal declaration. He did not do it when Fiducia Supplicans came out, about the blessing of same-sex and irregular couples, which he … Read more

Argentine Archbishop Convicted of Gender Violence Against Nuns

Archbishop Mario Cargnello of Salta, a city in northern Argentina, has been convicted of gender violence against Discalced Carmelite nuns, the Salta-based El Tribuno has reported. The nuns had accused Archbishop Cargnello, who has governed the archdiocese since 1999, of harassment of a psychological, economic, and physical (though not sexual) nature. In 2020, he, along … Read more

Benedict’s Biographer BLASTS Bergoglio’s Book

Was Benedict XVI. just a “transitional pope”? His successor Francis recently expressed this assessment. Now Benedict’s biographer Peter Seewald contradicts the Pontiff and accuses him of “double-tracking” in his dealings with his predecessor. The author Peter Seewald has assessed Pope Benedict XVI. (2005-2013) as “transitional pope” was contradicted by his successor Francis. Benedict XVI In … Read more

Bishop’s Former Secretary Claims ‘Hush Money’ Payments Made to Alleged Victims

Cherrille Quilty told The Pillar that from 2016 to 2017 she worked for Bishop Saunders, who led the Western Australia Diocese of Broome until 2021. Quilty said that she was among the first to raise a criminal complaint against the bishop, whom she also accused of abusive bullying as an employer, and to give evidence … Read more

Bravo! Archbishop Vigneron Issues Pastoral Letter Reaffirming Church Teaching on Gender Ideology

Secular media and LGBT advocates have reacted to the Archbishop of Detroit’s pastoral letter on gender identity, viewing it as an attack on LGBT-identifying individuals rather than a guideline for understanding the challenges of gender identity in light of Church teaching. Archbishop Allen Vigneron of Detroit, Michigan, released a pastoral letter on February 26, reminding … Read more