Outspoken Critic of Abuse Crisis Muzzled by Superiors

Fr. Mark Goring, an outspoken critic of the Catholic sexual abuse crisis, has been silenced by his superiors. The chastisement came shortly after Fr. Goring posted a video saying that Cardinal Wuerl needs to remove himself from public ministry. The video, entitled “Cardinal Wuerl, Get Out”, (which was subsequently removed from YouTube) was in response … Read more

Pope Janus?

In ancient Roman religion and mythology, Janus is depicted as a two-faced god looking to the future and the past.  In modern times, “Janus-faced” has come to be associated with someone who is duplicitous. One of the hallmarks of this pontificate has been rampant mendacity, relying on mixed messages utilizing a kind of duplicity or alternate truths for … Read more

Are You Ready for the Red Pill?

  Catholic bishops have proven they are either unwilling or unable to resolve the sexual abuse crisis themselves.  Need proof?  The Pope himself selected Cardinal Blase Cupich to be one of the chief organizers for the worldwide summit on the sexual abuse crisis in Feburary 2019.  This is the same man that stated the Church … Read more

Who Can We Trust?

Here’s a common question among many lay people today: “Which of the bishops can we truly trust?” This is a difficult question to answer, especially in light of the sexual abuse scandal and the apparent heterodoxy of many bishops. Rene Henry Gracida, Bishop Emeritus of Corpus Christi, recently published his personal Honor Roll of Bishops on … Read more

A Truly BLACK Friday

Today, Black Friday, marks the 90th day that Pope Francis has refused to respond to the serious charges leveled against him by Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò.  Three months ago, Archbishop Viganò released his infamous 11-page testimony stating that Pope Francis had been complicit in the cover-up of the Theodore McCarrick sexual abuse scandal. When asked to … Read more

Pope Protecting Predators?

From 1998 to 2013 Jorge Mario Bergoglio, now known as Pope Francis, was Bishop of Buenos Aires. While he held that church position church officials in the US and Europe began addressing the catastrophe of child sexual abuse by clergy. Popes John Paul II and Benedict began to speak out on the abuse by making … Read more