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Shocking Sacrilege At St. Patrick’s

February 23, 2024 Frontpage Comments Off on Shocking Sacrilege At St. Patrick’s

By FR. KEVIN M. CUSICK By now most of our readers have felt the shock waves emanating from New York after news broke of the transgender desecration on February 15 of St. Patrick’s Cathedral at a funeral for a man who believed he was a woman, changed his name to Cecilia Gentili, and spent a good part of his life as a prostitute before dying as an atheist. Coordinators of the liturgy have admitted to deceiving the staff of the Cathedral. One of the most alarming aspects of the sacrilegious abuse of St. Patrick’s is the extreme neglect it has uncovered. It’s called “Google”: “Know who’s using your church building” and “Know who’s using your church” is the basic duty…Continue Reading

We’re All Africans Now

February 17, 2024 Frontpage Comments Off on We’re All Africans Now

By CHRISTOPHER MANION The fallout from Fiducia Supplicans, the Declaration of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith made public on December 18, has entered a new phase. As an increasing number of bishops’ conferences, individual prelates, and now the unified bishops of Africa have gone on the record against its implementation, the controversy has gone beyond the realm of theology to the world of culture. On December 20, two days after the document appeared, Fridolin Cardinal Ambongo Besungu, archbishop of Kinshasa and president of SECAM (Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar), requested that member conferences of SECAM offer their opinions of the document. On January 11, having received their responses, he stated the views of the…Continue Reading

Ashes And Fasting, It’s Here Again

February 10, 2024 Frontpage Comments Off on Ashes And Fasting, It’s Here Again

By DEACON MIKE MANNO This week we begin our annual journey to Easter via Ash Wednesday. But there is an interesting story around how our practice of Lent has evolved.                 In the early Church the celebration of the Resurrection was not celebrated as an annual event, thus the Sunday liturgy was a weekly reminder of the Resurrection and the preceding Friday was the commemoration of the Crucifixion.                 The practice of fasting before the celebration of the Resurrection can be traced back almost to apostolic times. We know from a letter from Irenaeus, a disciple of John the Apostle, to Pope Victor I (189-199) that Irenaeus tells Victor about his church’s Easter celebration and the fast preceding it:                …Continue Reading

John Paul II Academy: Tucho Must Go… And Take His Blasphemy With Him

February 4, 2024 Frontpage Comments Off on John Paul II Academy: Tucho Must Go… And Take His Blasphemy With Him

By CHRISTOPHER MANION On January 17th, leaders of the John Paul II Academy for Human Life and the Family formally requested that Pope Francis dismiss Cardinal Víctor Manuel Fernandez from his post as Prefect of the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith. “The sensual-mystical literature for which the cardinal has a particular propensity is one of the worst evils of our time,” wrote Dr. Thomas Ward, Academy president and founder of England’s National Association of Catholic Families. It “does nothing but justify the worst excesses of the sexual revolution that is deeply corrupting our society and leading our youth to the abyss.” That statement speaks with authority, because the John Paul II Academy for Human Life and the Family…Continue Reading

Pagans Worship Sex

January 28, 2024 Frontpage Comments Off on Pagans Worship Sex

By FR. KEVIN M. CUSICK Pagans worship sex and the body. Christians worship God. Alone. The pornographic cult, which has seized power in Rome, and which centers around the sexual act and the body as it relates to coition, is forbidden as sinful for Christians. Are the agents of disorder and subversion in the Vatican attempting to substitute the idolatry of a sex cult for the true faith? Worship of the body and the sexual function apart from marriage and procreation is pagan. Pagans are closed in on nature apart from Revelation. Pagan cults are deprived of the supernatural, imprisoned within the “eternal return” of the seasons, of birth and death. Christians, on the other hand, always preserve a reverent…Continue Reading

The Next America: Getting Closer

January 21, 2024 Frontpage Comments Off on The Next America: Getting Closer

By CHRISTOPHER MANION This week, Nicholas DiMarzio, retired bishop of Brooklyn, suggested in OSV News that the U.S. legalize “as many as possible” of the millions of illegal aliens now residing in the United States. The title of his article, “Compromise: An Essential Element of Politics,” was somewhat misleading, because the bishop wasn’t advocating compromise at all. “The best way to fix our broken immigration system,” he writes, “is to examine it holistically, and repair all parts of it…including legalization of the undocumented” (“Never call them illegal,” reads the USCCB’s Eleventh Commandment). Bottom line: Bishop DiMarzio embraces the doctrine of Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.): there aren’t enough Americans, so we need to import new ones. Of course,…Continue Reading

Cardinal Muller: Fiducia Supplicans “Blasphemous”

January 12, 2024 Frontpage Comments Off on Cardinal Muller: Fiducia Supplicans “Blasphemous”

By Father Kevin M  Cusick Let’s talk about blessings. With Fiducia supplicans, the bizarre intervention of Tucho Fernandez and rubber-stamped by Francis, the whole subject of blessings is in the air again. The fork-tongued double-speak of the document employs weaponized ambiguity to get the outcome desired of approving same-sex (read sodomitic) mutual sexual gratification. This while genuflecting to marriage and sacramental teaching just enough to placate those weak bishops who want just enough wiggle room to avoid the discomfort of outright opposition. Although it has ever been an unauthorized innovation, which has multiplied into seeming ubiquity since the new Mass was promulgated with rubrics such as “in this or similar words”, the custom of welcoming people to the communion rail…Continue Reading

As Biden Luxuriates… U.S. Torn Apart By Border Plan To Transform It For Democrats

January 10, 2024 Frontpage Comments Off on As Biden Luxuriates… U.S. Torn Apart By Border Plan To Transform It For Democrats

By DEXTER DUGGAN PHOENIX — Senile Democrat Joe Biden lawlessly has thrown open U.S. borders to unauthorized entry potentially by everyone in the entire world, and millions are streaming in, as Marxist-tainted Biden plans to crush U.S. citizens and change the very nature of this nation in order to benefit far-left Democrats electorally.      This probably is the most dictatorial, sweeping illegal action ever taken by a U.S. president in history.       Meanwhile, vacationing in luxury in St. Croix, bad Catholic Biden bragged of feasting on all the foods placed before him — even while some unauthorized entrants arrived in the U.S. hungry and ill-clothed but hoping to dip into Americans’ pockets.      During a rare interview from St. Croix…Continue Reading

It is Time for “Kissy” Goodbye

January 8, 2024 Frontpage Comments Off on It is Time for “Kissy” Goodbye

By Joseph Matt Apparently our recently appointed head of the Doctrine of the Catholic faith, who is nicknamed “Kissy Fernandez” due to the short book he wrote as a parish priest decades ago, about kissing and the sensations it evokes had even more to offer to the publishing world. The Wanderer was informed by multiple sources that Víctor Cardinal Fernández in 1998, wrote another book, which is three years after “The Art of Kissing”, and has been discovered in Argentina. Titled “Mystical Passion: Spirituality & Sensuality”. This book would even cause Father Greeley to blush. He was the priest who was known in the 70s and 80s as the one who wrote pornographic sex scenes in his novels and caused…Continue Reading

Cardinal Dolan: Illegal Immigration “Helps Our Church”

January 5, 2024 Frontpage Comments Off on Cardinal Dolan: Illegal Immigration “Helps Our Church”

By CHRISTOPHER MANION Regardless of any motions that the bishops might adopt every four years affirming the “preeminent issue of abortion,” immigration continues to consume most of their energy. One factor is money.  Our bishops receive no federal funding to support their opposition to abortion, but for their Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO’s) operations facilitating Joe Biden’s immigration policies, they receive millions in taxpayer dollars every year. That funding, and the myriads of the USCCB’s secular operations that it pays for, have drawn increasing attention in recent years. Last month, Archbishop Timothy Cardinal Dolan of New York offered a valuable insight into how this all fits into the current agenda of the American hierarchy. On December 21, in a roundtable discussion sponsored…Continue Reading