Canon Law Expert Pens Open Letter to U.S. Bishops Regarding Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC)

OPEN LETTER TO THE USCCB EXTEND SAFE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION TO UNACCOMPANIED ALIEN CHILDREN (UAC) The horrific exploitation of children illegally trafficked into the United States is the subject of hearings before Congressional Judiciary Committees – it is a matter of time before a journalist or the Judiciary Committees identify the role of the Catholic Church … Read more

Are the US Bishops Covering Up Child Exploitation Again?

The USCCB refuses to answer questions regarding it potential role in child trafficking. Sound of Freedom has topped $150,000,000 in box office take while dramatically calling attention to the horrific trafficking of children across international borders. Given the gravity of this evil and our own gross mishandling of priests who preyed on children, the United … Read more

Our Bishops Can’t Handle the Truth

We have passed the tipping point in the U.S. Catholic Church – it has sold out to secular demands. A firestorm has erupted within the American, Catholic world.  A humble and orthodox parish priest,  Fr. James Altman from the Diocese of Lacrosse stands in the eye of this conflagration.  This controversy is nothing new: Every … Read more

Open Letter to the United States Conference of Bishops Regarding Theodore McCarrick

To the Most Reverend Members of the USCCB, I am a concerned Catholic professional with degrees in both civil and canon law.  I am also a wife, a mother of three and a pro-life and anti-surrogacy activist. Consistent with the teachings of the Church, I have sponsored immigrants and assisted illegal entrants in attaining citizenship.  … Read more

Why Did the Bishops Allow McCarrick to Draft the 2002 Sex Abuse Policy?

The other shoe has fallen for Cardinal McCarrick and he has been forced to resign from the College of Cardinals. That the resignation took this long is itself another scandal. But, to make the situation perfectly clear — McCarrick’s resignation is not the ending; it marks the beginning of a painful period of self-examination by the … Read more

Open Letter to the USCCB Regarding the Cardinal McCarrick Scandal

From The Christian Review To the Most Reverend Members of the USCCB, I am a concerned Catholic professional with degrees in both civil and canon law. I am also a wife, a mother of three and a pro-life and anti-surrogacy activist. Consistent with the teachings of the Church, I have sponsored immigrants and assisted illegal … Read more