Lexington Priest AGAIN Violates the Terms of Fiducia Supplicans by Offering APPOINTMENTS for Same-Sex Blessings

Fr. Richard Watson has apparently learned nothing from the scandal he created earlier this year. A parish in the Diocese of Lexington, Kentucky is offering blessings for same-sex couples by appointment, against the direction of the Vatican instructions which emphasize that such blessings should be spontaneous. Historic St. Paul Catholic Church in Lexington has highlighted … Read more

Bishop Lohse Responds to Michigan AG Report on Clergy Sex Abuse in His Diocese

Bishop Edward M. Lohse has issued his response to Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel’s May 20, 2024 report on clergy sex abuse within the Kalamazoo Diocese. “Today we are confronted with a disturbing truth,” Bishop Lohse said during a May 23 press conference following the publication of the report. “The sexual abuse of minors by … Read more

USCCB to Discuss Future of Controversial Catholic Campaign for Human Development

The United States Catholic Conference of Bishops (USCCB) is set to hold its Spring 2024 Plenary Assembly June 12-14 in Louisville, Kentucky, where they will discuss the future of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) and the approval of a new case of canonization, among other issues. Although the agenda for the assembly is … Read more

Villanova to Host ‘How to Talk to Kids About Gender Identity’

According to an ad shared with CatholicVote, an hour-long discussion titled ‘How to Talk to Your Kids About Gender Identity’ is set to take place at Villanova University just outside Philadelphia this Monday. The talk is scheduled to be held in the lower level of Villanova’s Falvey Library. One of its speakers is an employee … Read more

Oklahoma City Archbishop Criticizes State’s New Illegal Immigration Bill

Archbishop Paul S. Coakley of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City released a statement on April 23 criticizing an anti-illegal immigration bill that he says unnecessarily criminalizes honest people. “According to the bill’s authors, its intent is to target criminal actions committed by some undocumented immigrants in the state, most especially related to illegal marijuana grow … Read more

Bishop Medley Acknowledges Laity Frustrated by ‘Lack of Clarity from Church Leadership’ after Fiducia Supplicans

The bishop of Owensboro, Kentucky this month published a synthesis document of the diocese’s synodal discussion, in which he observes a “universal hunger for greater clarity from church leaders on Church teachings,” especially after the publication of “Fiducia Supplicans.” Bishop William F. Medley published the “Synthesis of Synodal Listening in the Interim Phase – In … Read more

Jesuit University to Host Annual ‘Drag’ Show Friday

St. Joseph’s University (SJU) in Philadelphia will host its annual on-campus “drag” show this Friday, according to the Jesuit-affiliated school’s website. “Join us for SJU Pride’s annual Drag Show where student, local, and nationally recognized drag queens will perform! All are welcome,” states the event’s official description. The event will take place on Friday, April … 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

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

Heretical Jesuit Priests ‘Deeply Honored’ After Brunch With ‘Devout Catholic’ Joe Biden

A pair of controversial liberal priests visited President Joe Biden’s White House Sunday as part of an event billed as a “St. Patrick’s Day Brunch with Catholic Leaders.” Frs. James Martin and Thomas Reese, SJ, were among the brunch’s attendees. Three days earlier, Biden running mate Vice President Kamala Harris became the highest-ranking incumbent official … Read more