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COVID vaccines: Spokane bishop supports conscience rights, but says priests won’t provide religious exemption

August 24, 2021 breaking Comments Off on COVID vaccines: Spokane bishop supports conscience rights, but says priests won’t provide religious exemption

After Washington state announced a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for school employees, the Bishop of Spokane said that conscience rights should be respected, but that priests shouldn’t sign documents regarding the conscience of another. Washington Governor Jay Inslee announced a COVID-19 vaccine requirement Aug. 18 for all employees who work in K-12 schools, most early childhood learning centers,

Great News . . . Cardinal Burke

August 21, 2021 breaking Comments Off on Great News . . . Cardinal Burke

August 21, 2021 Praised be Jesus Christ! The Cardinal’s family is pleased to announce that His Eminence has come off the ventilator and will leave the ICU today to return to his hospital room. His sister spoke with him on the phone this morning, and His Eminence expressed his deep gratitude for the many prayers offered on his behalf. His family asks that we continue those prayers for his full and speedy recovery, and they are grateful to God for the exceptional medical care the Cardinal has received from the dedicated doctors and nurses who continue to assist him. The Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the Cardinal’s media will provide further updates as directed by his family. God…Continue Reading

Chicago, Philly archdioceses tell priests not to provide religious exemption from COVID vaccines

August 21, 2021 breaking Comments Off on Chicago, Philly archdioceses tell priests not to provide religious exemption from COVID vaccines

The archdioceses of both Philadelphia and Chicago have instructed their clerics not to assist parishioners seeking religious exemptions from receiving COVID-19 vaccines. An Aug. 18 letter from Fr. Michael Hennelly, Vicar for Clergy for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, said that neither the archdiocese “nor its parishes are able to provide support, written or otherwise, for individuals seeking an exemption from the vaccine on religious grounds.” And Blase Cardinal Cupich of Chicago wrote Aug. 17 to priests instructing them to “politely 

Senate Passes Budget Amendment to Ban Taxpayer-Funding of Abortions

August 12, 2021 breaking Comments Off on Senate Passes Budget Amendment to Ban Taxpayer-Funding of Abortions

In a huge victory for pro-life Americans, the Senate voted for a budget amendment to its multi-trillion spending bill that bans taxpayer-funding of abortions for any federal fudns authorized under the bill. Sen. James Lankford of Oklahoma introduced a resolution amendment that protects against taxpayer funding of abortion. His amendment to prohibit the use of taxpayer dollars for funding of abortions and abortion-related discrimination was successfully adopted by a vote of 50-49 to the Democrats’ partisan budget resolution. The amendment ensures that the budget will comply with the

Government is Spending Millions of Your Tax Dollars to Harvest Organs From Babies Who are Still Alive

August 7, 2021 breaking Comments Off on Government is Spending Millions of Your Tax Dollars to Harvest Organs From Babies Who are Still Alive

Earlier this week, LifeNews.com reported on some extremely depraved and disturbing claims. Documents obtained by the Center For Medical Progress (CMP) via a FOIA request suggest that the government paid millions of dollars to the University of Pittsburgh so it could harvest tissue from aborted babies for research. What’s more is that supposedly these babies’ organs are harvested before they’re killed. And we claim to be a civilized society when we do that?! LifeNews’ initial report from August 3 stated that “Judicial Watch and the Center for Medical Progress said they obtained 252 pages of new documents about the university’s practices from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.” These d

Chris Manion . . . An Interview with Dr. Janet Smith

August 3, 2021 breaking Comments Off on Chris Manion . . . An Interview with Dr. Janet Smith

(Population Research Institute) Today’s Weekly Briefing features an interview with author, lecturer, and newly retired Professor of Theology, Dr. Janet Smith. Dr. Smith has published widely on Humanae Vitae, which turned 53 years old just last week. Dr. Smith is interviewed by Dr. Christopher Manion, the Director of PRI’s Humanae Vitae Campaign. Dr. Manion: Today we welcome Dr. Janet Smith, longtime Professor of Theology, founder of Women’s Care Center, and one of America’s most valiant expositors and defenders of Humanae Vitae, the beautiful encyclical of Pope Saint John Paul VI

Bishop Paprocki: “The problem has not been solved, but tensions have been heightened.”

July 29, 2021 breaking Comments Off on Bishop Paprocki: “The problem has not been solved, but tensions have been heightened.”

“It is a mistaken notion that those who attend [the Traditional Latin Mass] are merely nostalgic; that has not been my experience at all…” says the Bishop of the Diocese of Springfield, Illinois. “Anyone who thinks that when the older generation dies off that the Latin Mass will fade away is not being realistic.”

Cardinal Raymond Burke . . . Statement on the Motu Proprio «Traditionis Custodes»

July 23, 2021 breaking Comments Off on Cardinal Raymond Burke . . . Statement on the Motu Proprio «Traditionis Custodes»

Many faithful – laity, ordained and consecrated – have expressed to me the profound distress which the Motu Proprio «Traditionis Custodes» has brought them. Those who are attached to the Usus Antiquior (More Ancient Usage) [UA], what Pope Benedict XVI called the Extraordinary Form, of the Roman Rite are deeply disheartened by the severity of the discipline which the Motu Proprio imposes and offended by the language it employs to describe them, their attitudes and their conduct. As a member of the faithful, who also has an intense bond with the UA, I fully share in their sentiments of profound sorrow. As a Bishop of the Church and as a Cardinal, in communion with the Roman Pontiff and with a particular responsibility…Continue Reading

Catholic Bishop Denies Democrat Politician Communion Because He Supports Killing Babies in Abortions

July 19, 2021 breaking Comments Off on Catholic Bishop Denies Democrat Politician Communion Because He Supports Killing Babies in Abortions

A pro-abortion New Mexico lawmaker reportedly was denied communion over the weekend by Catholic Bishop Peter Baldacchino of Las Cruces. The Daily Caller reports New Mexico state Sen. Joe Cervantes, D-Las Cruces, said Saturday that the bishop refused to allow him to participate in the sacrament because of his “political office.” “I was denied communion last night by the Catholic bishop here in Las Cruces and based on my political office,” Cervantes wrote on Twitter. “My new parish priest has indicated he will do the same after the last was run off. Please pray for church authorities as Catholicism transitions under Pope Francis.”

Archbishop Cordileone: Traditional Latin Mass will continue in San Francisco

July 17, 2021 breaking Comments Off on Archbishop Cordileone: Traditional Latin Mass will continue in San Francisco

San Francisco, Calif., Jul 16, 2021 / 13:03 pm As diocesan bishops consider how to implement Pope Francis’ motu proprio on the use of the Traditional Latin Mass, the Archbishop of San Franciso has said it will continue to be available in his local Church. Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco told CNA July 16 that “The Mass is a miracle in any form: Christ comes to us in the flesh under the appearance of Bread and Wine. Unity under Christ is what matters. Therefore the Traditional Latin Mass will continue to be available here in the Archdiocese of San Francisco and provided in response to the legitimate needs and desires of the faithful.” It seems that Traditional Latin Masses