Fernández Attempts to Mend Relationship with Coptic Church in Wake of Disastrous Fiducia Supplicans

Cardinal Víctor Manuel Fernández, who heads the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith (DDF), met with the leader of the Coptic Orthodox Church to discuss a rift caused by the recent Vatican declaration that permits nonliturgical blessings for same-sex couples. RELATED: Coptic Church Terminates Ecumenical Dialogue With Catholic Church Over Homosexual ‘Blessings’ In March … Read more

‘Open Borders’ Bishop Seitz Criticizes Texas’ Border Control Efforts

Bishop Mark Seitz of the Diocese of El Paso criticized a Texas law that increases the state’s role in deterring illegal immigration to the United States and denounced “anti-immigrant” rhetoric that he said is rising in the country’s two major political parties. Bishop Seitz, who chairs the Committee on Migration of the United States Conference … Read more

Pope Names DeathVax Scientist to Pontifical Academy for Life

A Nobel prize-winning biochemist and researcher who helped develop the mRNA technology used to create the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines — Katalin Karikó — is one of the newest members of the Vatican’s Pontifical Academy for Life. Pope Francis announced the appointment of Karikó, who lectures at the University of Szeged in Hungary, in … Read more

Director of the U.S. Pontifical Mission Societies Resigns Admitting He Broke Vow of Celibacy

Monsignor Kieran Harrington has resigned his position as the national director of The Pontifical Mission Societies in the United States (TPMS US) after the Diocese of Brooklyn found “sufficient proof” of “inappropriate behavior with an adult,” which he has since admitted to. The Diocese of Brooklyn’s Adult Allegation Committee (AAC) investigated Harrington after it received … Read more

Making Millions Off Open Borders, USCCB Celebrates National Migration Week

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is highlighting the overlooked right to remain in one’s country during its weeklong celebration of National Migration Week from Sept. 18–24. “For millennia, people have been forced to flee their homelands, seeking safety and security, because of factors beyond their control,” El Paso Bishop Mark J. Seitz, the … Read more

Pope Francis Allows Fake Mass by Fake Bishop on Altar in Rome

On Tuesday, April 18, about 50 Anglican clergymen, who are not in communion with the Catholic Church, took part in a fake Mass at St. John Lateran, the highest-ranking papal basilica in Rome. Today we get the story from the National Catholic Register that the Vatican now claims this was a matter of “miscommunication.” Righhht… … Read more

Steubenville Bishop Bans Latin Mass at Franciscan University, Effective Immediately

Students, faculty, staff and others who attend the traditional Latin Mass at Franciscan University will need to venture off campus to worship in the more ancient form of the Mass following their bishop’s decision to ban the campus’ monthly celebration. Bishop Jeffrey Monforton of the Diocese of Steubenville, Ohio, ordered an immediate end to the … Read more