Francis Draws Accusations of Heresy for Claiming Humans ‘Fundamentally Good’

Pope Francis drew scorn and accusations of heresy on social media Sunday for maintaining during his recent “60 Minutes” interview that the human heart is “fundamentally good.” Responding to interviewer Norah O’Donnell’s question regarding what gives him hope when he looks at the world, the pontiff said “everything,” and then went on to list examples … Read more

Synod Cardinal AGAIN Falsely Claims Catholic Teaching on Male-Only Priesthood ‘Can be Changed’

Cardinal Jean-Claude Hollerich has falsely claimed that the Church could change its teaching on a solely male priesthood and open the door to female ordinations. In an interview with the Swiss outlet kath.ch, Hollerich, who is the relator general of the Vatican’s Synod on Synodality, said that the Church’s rejection of female ordinations “is not … Read more

What’s Missing in the Eucharistic Revival

The idea of a national Eucharistic revival is a great thing. We can and should emphasize the Eucharist, the “source and summit” of the Catholic faith (Sacrosanctum Concilium 11, 14). We can and should bear witness to our faith that the Eucharist truly is the presence of Christ, and everything that presence means. But there … Read more

WATCH: NGOs Like Catholic Charities Working With Federal Government To Enable Illegal Invasion Of Our Nation

  The US government working hand in hand with Non Government Organizations… or NGO’s bring millions of illegals into the united states. If you don’t think this is all planned you need to get your head examined.   TAKE ACTION: Tell Bishops to Stop Enabling the Illegal Invasion of Our Nation  

The LGBT Apostasy

The Jesuit LGBT magazine Outreach is promoting the display of pro-LGBT signage by students and their parents at Catholic schools. That’s bound to create havoc for the Catholic communities that will be targeted for this kind of harassment. And all kinds of legal trouble too. Which is probably the point when you consider that one … Read more

Peoria Diocese to Halve Number of Parishes

The Diocese of Peoria, Illinois, will have half as many parishes by 2026 as it does now, as part of a pastoral planning effort focused on helping the diocese “be more intentional in cultivating disciples.” Bishop Louis Tylka announced on Saturday that between now and May 2026, the diocese will be reshaped from 156 parishes to 75 parishes, with 129 worship sites. The … Read more

Cardinal Burke Warns Synod Threatens to Spread ‘Devastation’ of German Church to ‘Universal Church’

On Sunday, the Feast of Pentecost, U.S. Cardinal Raymond Burke warned graduates of Thomas Aquinas College about the potential “devastating” impact the upcoming October meeting of the Synod of Bishops may have on “the universal Church.” “We live in very troubled and troubling, sometimes seemingly apocalyptic, times,” His Eminence remarked in his commencement address. “We … Read more

Bishop Stowe Doubles Down, Praises Woman as ‘Transgender’ Male Monk

The Catholic Diocese of Lexington, Kentucky, issued a statement on Tuesday praising a woman who identifies as a transgender man. The diocese statement not only used male pronouns to refer to this biological female, it also noted that Bishop John Stowe had “accepted” the woman’s decision. The bishop is “grateful to Brother Christian for his … Read more