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A Pope With the “Myth” of the People

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The political vision of Pope Francis has its roots above all in his life experience, in Argentina. Precociously appointed novice master, the then 34-year-old Bergoglio completely espoused the cause of bringing back Juan Domingo Perón, who in those years was in exile in Madrid. He became the spiritual director of of the young Peronists of […]

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Money Wars At the Vatican

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It is unthinkable that the charges of the IOR were made without the pope’s assent. During the same days in which Pope Francis is in Thailand and Japan to preach peace, at the Vatican there is a war of all against all, on questions of money. Before departing, the pope had announced two key appointments. […]

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Müller Accuses: From This Synod They Have Driven Out Jesus

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The Synod on the Amazon has begun. “But it will have consequences for the universal Church,” warns Cardinal Gerhard Müller, in a lengthy interview with Matteo Matzuzzi for the newspaper “Il Foglio,” released on the very day of the opening of the work. “If one listens to the voices of some of the protagonists of […]

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Homosexuals In the Seminaries: A Startling Survey In Brazil

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The survey is not brand-new, its results came out in the spring of 2017 in Portuguese in the “Revista Eclesiástica Brasileira.” But “Il Regno – Documenti” has recently published a complete translation of it in Italian, thus making it known to a much wider public. On a question that is as relevant as they come. […]