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Catholic leaders must stop pushing lie that God makes some people gay: Priest

November 3, 2018 breaking Comments Off on Catholic leaders must stop pushing lie that God makes some people gay: Priest

WASHINGTON, D.C., November 1, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – There’s a terrible problem with the Catholic Church when some of its leaders are pushing LGBT propaganda in conflict with Church teachings, Canonist Father Gerald Murray said recently, and true accompaniment means telling a same-sex attracted person not to act upon their sexual inclination. Murray and The Catholic Thing Editor-in-chief Robert Royal offered straight talk on Catholic teaching once again on the Oct. 25 edition of EW

The Letter: One Year Later

October 31, 2018 breaking Comments Off on The Letter: One Year Later

A year ago tomorrow I made public a letter that I wrote to Pope Francis expressing my deep concern about the “chronic confusion” in the Church and the way that his “seemingly intentional lack of clarity risks sinning against the Holy Spirit.” In the immediate aftermath of the letter’s publication, I received over 300 emails and over 40 letters (most from the United States, but a fair number from many countries around the world) – all of which, except two, were positive. Moreover, over the course of the past year I received another 100 or so emails and even Christmas cards from people I did not know – all of w  

How ‘LGBT’ is being smuggled into the Vatican Youth Synod’s final doc

October 26, 2018 breaking Comments Off on How ‘LGBT’ is being smuggled into the Vatican Youth Synod’s final doc

ROME, October 25, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) — A two-fold effort is underway to smuggle the “LGBT” acronym and ideology into the final document for the Vatican Youth Synod, LifeSite has learned. Informed sources close to the synod have told LifeSite that the draft of the final document has resurrected and enshrined the much-disparaged working document (Instrumentum laboris), which co

Virginia joins other states investigating possible sexual abuse by Catholic clergy

October 25, 2018 breaking Comments Off on Virginia joins other states investigating possible sexual abuse by Catholic clergy

RICHMOND, Va. — Virginia’s attorney general announced Wednesday that he is investigating possible sexual abuse by clergy, joining officials from around the country who have taken action since an explosive grand jury report documented decades of abuse by priests in Pennsylvania. Attorney General Mark Herring said his office and state police are looking into whether sexual

Networks of homosexuals in Church protect their own: left-wing Catholic magazine

October 23, 2018 breaking Comments Off on Networks of homosexuals in Church protect their own: left-wing Catholic magazine

NEW YORK CITY, October 22, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) ― A former religion editor of Newsweek has published an article in a liberal Catholic magazine about networks of sexually active homosexual priests and prelates in the Catholic Church Kenneth L. Woodward, an award-winning journalist, editor and author, acknowledged in an article written for the left-leaning Commonweal magazine that homosexuality has played a role in the clerical sexual abuse scandals and their cover-up. In Woodward’s essay “Double Lives,” he di

Alabama top court judge urges Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade

October 22, 2018 breaking Comments Off on Alabama top court judge urges Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade

MONTGOMERY, Alabama, October 19, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Today, the Alabama Supreme Court unanimously ruled in the case of Jessie Phillips v. State of Alabamathat “the value of the life of an unborn child is no less than the value of the lives of other persons.”  In a concurring opinion, Justice Parker boldly called on the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade. “I urge the Supreme Court of the United States to reconsider the Roe exception and to overrule this constitutional aberr

Viganò issues third testimony, refutes accusations of Cardinal Ouellet

October 19, 2018 breaking Comments Off on Viganò issues third testimony, refutes accusations of Cardinal Ouellet

ROME, October 19, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò today has issued a third explosive testimony, in response to an open letter from Cardinal Marc Ouellet, Prefect of the Congregation for Bishops. Here below we publish the official English text of Archbishop Viganò’s third testimony, dated October 19, the liturgical Feast of the North American Martyrs. To bear witness to corruption in the hierarchy of the Catholic Church was a painful decision for me, and remains so. But I am an old man, one who knows he must soon give an accounting to the Judge for his actions and o

FEDERAL GOV’T LAUNCHES CRIMINAL PROBE INTO CATHOLIC CHURCH IN PA

October 19, 2018 breaking Comments Off on FEDERAL GOV’T LAUNCHES CRIMINAL PROBE INTO CATHOLIC CHURCH IN PA

WASHINGTON (ChurchMilitant.com) – The federal government has issued subpoenas to multiple Pennsylvania dioceses in a criminal probe into sex abuse cover-up. The subpoenas were served last week, but news of the investigation only broke Thursday. So far, seven out of eight Pennsylvania dioceses — Erie, Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Allentown, Scranton, Pittsburgh and Greensburgh — have confirmed they have received subpoenas, some stating they will cooperate with the investigation. Two Easter

Youth Synod group calls Church to attend to ‘realities’ of gay ‘marriage’, surrogacy, adoption

October 17, 2018 breaking Comments Off on Youth Synod group calls Church to attend to ‘realities’ of gay ‘marriage’, surrogacy, adoption

VATICAN CITY, October 16, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – A group at the Vatican’s Youth Synod has called for the Catholic Church to pay more attention to homosexuals and the “realities” they face, specifically mentioning “marriage,” surrogate pregnancy, and adoption. “[…]There is the issue of what to do and how to act with homosexuals, which cannot remain outside of our pastoral activity and other realities such as marriages between homosexuals, wombs for rent, adoption on the part of couples of the same sex, all of which are current issues and favored and sponsored by international governmental institutions,” said a gro

Cardinal Wuerl blasts Viganò testimony as ‘not faithful to the facts’

October 13, 2018 breaking Comments Off on Cardinal Wuerl blasts Viganò testimony as ‘not faithful to the facts’

October 12, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Cardinal Donald Wuerl had a few choice words to say regarding Archbishop Carlo Viganò when he was interviewed by a liberal Catholic magazine yesterday. In a long and laudatory article published by America magazine today, the Archbishop Emeritus of Washington, D.C. – and its apostolic administrator until his replacement is named – denied Viganò’s allegation