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McCarrick Is Gone, But The Corrupt System That Created Him Remains

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241 days after the news of Theodore McCarrick first broke last summer, Pope Francis has finally defrocked Theodore McCarrick.  It appears to be the first time that a cardinal or bishop in the United States has been defrocked, or laicized, from the Roman Catholic Church, and the first time any cardinal has been laicized for sexual abuse. […]

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Is Blase Cupich Delusional?

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Blase Cupich is the top United States Cardinal appointed by Pope Francis for organizing the upcoming Sexual Abuse Summit in Rome.  In an interview with the Associated Press, Cupich stated that he expects ‘significant progress’ to be made at the summit: “I think there is understandable frustration on that level,” said Cupich, hand-picked by Francis to […]

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Bishop Daly Bars Pro-Abortion Catholic Politicians From Receiving Communion

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In response to the heinous abortion law recently enacted in the state of New York, Bishop Thomas Daly of the Diocese of Spokane, Washington today issued a pastoral letter in which he instructed all unrepentant pro-abortion politicians in his diocese to refrain from receiving holy communion. In the letter, Bishop Daly states: Politicians who reside […]

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Are Catholic Bishops Complicit in the Culture of Death?

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In her recent column, Bishops Wring Their Hands at the Whirlwind of Hell, Monica Migliorino Miller correctly asserts that the insufficiency of the New York bishops response to the heinous Reproductive Health Act may be found in their own statement regarding the impending vote on the legislation: Words are insufficient to describe the profound sadness we […]

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Bishop Foys’ Apology to Covington Students: A Good First Step, But Not Sufficient

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On Friday, January 25, nearly a week after his initial condemnation, Bishop Foys issued an apology to Covington high school students, stating “We should not have allowed ourselves to be bullied and pressured into making a statement prematurely, and we take full responsibility for it.”  While this is a positive development, it is certainly not […]

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Kentucky Bishops Complicit in the Covington Boys’ Lynch Mob

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The very men that should have been the first to demonstrate the Catholic virtues of prudence, temperance, fortitude, and justice in response to the Covington high school incident at the March for Life in Washington, D.C.  Instead, they immediately contributed to the public lynching of the Covington students by issuing statements of condemnation: Bishop John […]

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Rally At Papal Nunciature In Washington D.C. This Friday

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Catholic Laity Appeal for a Worthy Shepherd in WashingtonSeek Better Communication with U.S. Hierarchy and Rome What: Rally When: Friday, January 18, 2018, at 10:00 am Where: Papal Nunciature, Massachusetts Avenue and 34th St., N.W., Washington, D.C. Who: Catholic Laity for Orthodox Bishops and Reform Contact: [email protected] Catholic Laity for Orthodox Bishops and Reform (Catholic Laity) will rally at the Papal […]