Pope to Host Interfaith Prayer at ‘Babel’

Pope Francis’ proposed interreligious prayer service for Muslims, Yazidis, Mandaean-Sabean and other religions at the site of Ur during his Iraq visit is being slammed as more evocative of the “Tower of Babel” than the “House of Abraham.” The Vatican has confirmed that Francis will fly to Nāṣiriya for a March 6 service titled “Prayer … Read more

Bishop-Endorsed Media Outlets Suppress Victim’s Voice

In January 2019, Nick Sandmann returned home from the March for Life in Washington, D.C., where he and his fellow Covington High School students were victims of fake news on the part of CNN and other media outlets. When deceptively edited video clips of Sandmann’s encounter with Native American activist Nathan Phillips were broadcast, many people were quick to condemn … Read more

Pope Bashes Capitol Siege, Vaccine Agnostics

Raging against Capitol Hill rally protestors and COVID-19 vaccine skeptics, Pope Francis announced he will take the abortion-tainted Pfizer jab when the Vatican rolls it out this week. In an interview aired Sunday evening on Italian television’s TG5, Francis said doubting Thomases who refused to take the jab when it was safe possessed a “suicidal … Read more

Seminarians Fighting Back

For decades, scores of victims brought forward complaints of clerical sexual abuse, only to find themselves revictimized by Church leaders. Victims, who had the courage to confront those who enabled their abuse as minors, found their voices hushed by threats of what might happen to them should they reveal their plights or even think of suing … Read more

Vatican to Offer Abortion-Tainted Vaccine

The Vatican is to administer to residents, employees and their families the abortion-tainted COVID-19 vaccine manufactured by Viagra-maker Pfizer — a pharmaceutical giant scarred by the largest health care fraud settlement and the largest criminal fine of any kind. The Holy See’s choice of the Pfizer jab is at variance with Pope Francis’ statements about … Read more

Beloved Texas Priest Stripped of Faculties

A beloved Texas priest has been officially stripped of his faculties after his defense of Catholic Church teaching on homosexuality landed him in hot water with his bishop. Father Clay Hunt was notified the day before Thanksgiving that his faculties were being removed immediately. The move came five months after the San Antonio Family Association … Read more

Pope Francis Touts Universal Basic Income

Pope Francis is calling for a universal basic income (UBI) — a proposal denounced by a top Catholic economist as “a radical innovation in Catholic teaching without any obvious roots.” In an extended interview barely mentioning persecuted Uighurs, Rohingya and Yazidi peoples, the pontiff attacks populist leaders and coronavirus lockdown demonstrators while voicing his support … Read more

WATCH: Gay Priest in the Heart of Dixie

  A pastor in Mobile, Alabama raised an estimated $400,000 from parishioners for the church and to update the rectory into a secluded pad for gay sex, replete with a two-seat hot tub and Bluetooth surround sound. A native of Poland, Fr. Marcin Dudziak became the pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes in 2017. Since … Read more

Archbishop Viganò SLAMS the McCarrick Report

Today the official Report of the Holy See regarding the McCarrick case has been made public. Before I express myself on its merit, I will take time to analyze its content. However, I cannot fail to note the surreal operation of mystification regarding who are the ones responsibile for covering up the scandals of the deposed American cardinal, … Read more

TFP Calls For Faithful Catholics to Resist Pope Francis Who Is Betraying The Christian West

In an unprecedented move, faithful Catholics are calling for resistance against “the policies pursued by Pope Francis that threaten the West’s integrity, security and cultural identities.” Lambasting the pontiff for orphaning the Christian West and favoring “those attacking the West with unparalleled intensity,” Catholics on five continents from the Instituto Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira and … Read more

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