Midterm Elections Expose Bishops’ Epic Failure To Catechize The Laity

When a majority of Catholics vote to kill children, Bishops must acknowledge most Catholics are on the highway to Hell. In the midterm elections, evangelical Christians across the nation reconfirmed their allegiance to conservative candidates and causes, while Catholic voters once again showed how closely divided they are — even on abortion. On a successful, … Read more

Biden Says Pope Told Him He’s a ‘Good Catholic’ and Should Continue to Receive Communion

U.S. President Joe Biden said on Friday that Pope Francis had told him he should keep receiving Communion, amid fierce debate in the U.S. Church over Biden’s position on abortion. Biden has come under pressure from conservatives at home and his most ardent critics in the U.S. Church hierarchy have said he should be banned … Read more

Pope Taps Former Bank of Italy Exec to Head Watchdog Agency

Pope Francis has tapped a former Bank of Italy executive to take over the Vatican’s financial intelligence unit following a scandal that resulted in the Vatican being suspended from an international anti-money laundering network. Pope Francis has tapped a Bank of Italy executive to take over the Vatican’s financial intelligence unit following a scandal that … Read more

28 Priests, Brothers Credibly Accused in Salina, Kansas Diocese

Allegations of clergy sexual abuse have been substantiated against 28 priests or religious clergy in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Salina in central Kansas in cases mostly stemming from the 1950s to the 1980s, according to investigations by church officials. Bishop Gerald Vincke on Friday released the names of 14 credibly accused priests after a county prosecutor, … Read more

Brooklyn Diocese Lists Names of 108 Priests Accused of Abuse

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, New York, on Friday published the names of more than 100 priests who have been credibly accused of sexually abusing minors over the diocese’s 166-year-history. The diocese said that the bulk of cases involved priests ordained between 1930 and 1979 and that there’ve been just two cases since the Catholic Church … Read more