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Pope Francis: Coronavirus Pandemic Is Pachamama ‘Throwing a Tantrum’

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Francis speaks as if “Nature” is a person. Asked by a Spanish journalist via Skype whether the COVID-19 pandemic is nature’s way of taking “revenge” on humanity, the pontiff suggested that nature is calling for attention. “There’s a saying, which you have heard: ‘God always forgives. We sometimes forgive. Nature never forgives,’” the pope said. […]

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Pope Francis Praises Young Climate Change Activists

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Pope Francis praised the actions of young climate change activists like Greta Thunberg Thursday, saying they remind people of the urgent need for “ecological conversion.” Young people “have much to offer, thanks to their enthusiasm and commitment, to say nothing of their thirst for truth, the pontiff told diplomats gathered in the Vatican for his […]

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Cardinal Joseph Tobin Allows Dissident Priest to Celebrate Second Annual ‘Gay Pride’ Mass

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Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church in Hoboken celebrated a special “Pride Mass” on Sunday. Despite the Catholic Church’s condemnation of homosexual activity, local media reported, the Pride Mass “signifies an acknowledgement of dramatically shifting views, not only within the Catholic community but Hoboken itself.” “Once a hardscrabble blue-collar town, decades of socioeconomic transformation have created […]

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Whistleblower: Disgraced Cardinal McCarrick Was Envoy for Disastrous Vatican/China Deal

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The former secretary to Cardinal Theodore McCarrick just released portions of emails revealing McCarrick’s extensive travel to and negotiations with the Chinese Communist government on behalf of Pope Francis. These astonishing whistleblower allegations are detailed on a new website titled Figueiredo report. Msgr. Anthony Figueiredo, now stationed in Rome, had access to extensive McCarrick emails and […]

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Pope Francis: Church Must Learn to Abandon Old ‘Traditions’

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Jesus intentionally omitted telling his disciples many things so that the Church would learn to renounce the desire for clarity and order, the pope told participants in the 21st general assembly of Caritas Internationalis, the Church’s global charitable outreach. When pagans first embraced the Christian faith, the question arose as to if they would have to abide by […]

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Archbishop Chaput: ‘Predatory Homosexuality’ Cause of Abuse Crisis

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Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput had strong words for the church’s top leadership this week, declaring that many bishops are upset with Rome for its failure to address the crisis of homoclericalism. Many bishops are frustrated with Rome “for its unwillingness to acknowledge the real nature and scope of the abuse problem,” Chaput said in a meeting with […]

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John Zmirak: Andrew Cuomo and ‘Everyone Who Voted for Him Deserves Excommunication’ for NY Abortion Law

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John Zmirak, senior editor at The Stream and author of The Politically Incorrect Guide to Catholicism, said Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) should be excommunicated from the Catholic Church following New York’s passage of a law codifying abortion as a “fundamental right” across the Empire State. Zmirak offered his remarks in a Tuesday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonightwith hosts Rebecca […]

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Zmirak Calls for Federal Government to Cut-Off Funds to Catholic Charities After Sex Abuse Scandal

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John Zmirak, senior editor at The Stream, called for the federal government to end contractual relationships with Catholic Church-affiliated nonprofits in response to revelations of senior Catholic officials’ involvement in sexual abuse and related cover-ups. He offered his remarks in a Friday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight with host Rebecca Mansour. Mansour began, “We now have absolute […]

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Pope Francis Undermined Vatican Diplomatic Immunity with USCCB Intervention

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In ordering the U.S. bishops to abstain from voting on measures aimed at addressing clerical sex abuse, Pope Francis may have inadvertently performed the most consequential and costly act of his papacy. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) intended to vote on two measures responding to the ongoing sex abuse crisis in its annual fall meeting, […]