‘Blight On Our Nation’: Bishop Strickland Denounces ‘So-Called Catholic Politicians’ Who Support Abortion

In the wake of the recent leaked draft opinion which could overturn Roe v. Wade, Bishop Joseph Strickland of Tyler, Texas, has condemned “so-called Catholic politicians” who support abortion. Since the recent U.S. Supreme Court leaked draft opinion, alleged “Catholic” politicians, including U.S. President Joe Biden, have voiced their continued support for the murder of unborn … Read more

Vatican Synod Website Celebrates Homosexuality and Child Adoption by Same-Sex Couples

In a sharp and monumental departure from Catholic Church teaching, the Vatican celebrated “testimonies” of child adoption by homosexual couples as well as homosexuality itself. The Synod on Synodality website, overseen by the General Secretariat of the Synod of Bishops, on Friday highlighted as praiseworthy three stories of gay adoption that were shared by Noelle … Read more

Marjorie Taylor Greene: I Was Raised Catholic, But Wicked Bishops Have ‘Driven Me Away’ From The Church

Following criticism of comments she made about the U.S. Catholic bishops, conservative firebrand U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene revealed that she was raised Catholic but left the Church “with great sorrow” when she had kids because she had concerns about the left-wing hierarchy protecting abusive priests. “With great sorrow, and unwavering faith in Jesus Christ, … Read more

WATCH: Coalition for Canceled Priests Launches Fundraiser to Purchase Retreat Center for Canceled Clergy

The Coalition for Canceled Priests has launched a fundraising campaign to secure a retreat center in northwest Indiana for priests who have been sidelined by their bishops. The 61-acre property, formerly the Franciscan Lourdes Friary, would act not only as a place of refuge for clergy but also as a liturgical hub for nearby laity. … Read more

Scandal-Ridden Ally of Pope Francis Announces Resignation

The scandal-ridden Honduran prelate and close advisor to Pope Francis, Cardinal Óscar Andrés Rodríguez Maradiaga, has announced his resignation. Vatican journalist, Marco Tosatti, reported on his blog April 26 that Maradiaga had made his resignation announcement during the Chrism Mass he celebrated in Holy Week. The announcement has likewise been reported by Aleteia. Tossati noted … Read more

Pope Francis to Attend ‘Interfaith’ Meeting on ‘Gender Equality’ and ‘Global Dialogue’

Pope Francis has expressed his intention of joining the upcoming 7th World Religions Congress in Kazakhstan in September in a move that will give great importance to one of the major interreligious meetings at international level. The Congress has met every three years in Nur-Sultan (formerly Astana) in the mainly Islamic country of Kazakhstan since … Read more

BRAVO! Bishop Threatens To Remove Catholic Identity If Jesuit School Doesn’t Remove BLM, LGBT Flags

A Jesuit school in Massachusetts has been asked by the local diocesan bishop to take down Black Lives Matter (BLM) and homosexual “pride” rainbow flags displayed outside its building at the risk of losing its Catholic designation. In an April 3 statement, Bishop Robert McManus of Worcester explained that the two flags, which have been … Read more

WATCH: EWTN Priest Says Pope Francis Has Done ‘A Lot Of Damage’ To The Church With Recent Actions

   On EWTN’s “The World Over” Thursday, Fr. Gerald Murray, a canon lawyer and regular EWTN contributor, credited Pope Francis with damaging the mission of the Catholic Church, citing his sudden removal of a Puerto Rican bishop and inaction against the dissident German “Synodal Path.” “An honest and thorough look at the life of … Read more

TAKE ACTION: Ask Your Bishop to Consecrate Russia with Pope Francis on March 25

The Vatican announced that Pope Francis would be consecrating Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary on Friday, March 25. That is one step toward the fulfillment of heaven’s request. What is still needed is that all the bishops of the world join the Pope in making the consecration at the same time … Read more