St. Louis Archdiocese Encourages Clergy to Attend Meeting of Pro-LGBT, Women’s Ordination Priests

The Archdiocese of St. Louis is formally promoting and encouraging its own priests to attend the upcoming Annual Assembly of the Association of US Catholic Priest’s (AUSCP). Identified as a “date to remember” on its “Announcements for Priests” webpage, the Archdiocese of St. Louis posted an image of the AUSCP’s Assembly flyer with the message: … Read more

The Case of Bishop John Stowe

Bishop John Stowe of Lexington, Kentucky, goes his own way. He regularly steps into the most delicate and highly-charged cultural and political issues with none of the painstaking care his brother bishops show. He seems determined, in fact, to follow his own blundering impulses, and to kick against the other bishops’ pastoral approach whenever it … Read more

Unmaking a Mess

A faithful Catholic finds him or herself in a complicated situation these days. It’s not just the age-old opposition from “the world.” Too many people, including Catholics in the pews and even in the Vatican, now seem to think that the world’s opposition arises because of something we’ve done wrong – e.g., offending LGBT activists … Read more

Remaining Catholic in the Midst of Bergoglio’s Messes

It has become evident to many Catholics around the world that the Francis pontificate has been a disappointment and even a disaster. There are more learned Catholics than myself who have meticulously catalogued the myriad of ways in which Pope Francis, from the beginning of his pontificate in 2013, has made statements and promoted pastoral … Read more

Taylor Marshall Says Francis Teaching ‘Heresy,’ May Not Be Pope

  Taylor Marshall, leading Catholic commentator and author of Infiltration – The Plot to Destroy the Church From Within – has publicly affirmed that Pope Francis taught heresy in his February 2 Wednesday audience and that “a ‘heretical pope’ ipso facto loses the papacy.” His comments come after a recent podcast explaining the Church’s teaching … Read more