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Filial Appeal to Pope Francis on the Future of the Family

Let Pope Francis know you would like him to reaffirm categorically the Catholic teaching that divorced and civilly remarried Catholics cannot receive Holy Communion and that homosexual unions are... More →

Edward Pentin: Cardinal Baldisseri’s ‘Evolution of Dogma’ vs St. Pius X’s Oath Against Modernism

Worth reading: (Edward Pentin) In response to Cardinal Lorenzo Baldisseri’s comment that “dogma has its own evolution”, a reader on my Register blog aptly quoted Pope St. Pius X’s... More →

Statement of the Confraternity of Catholic Clergy on Marriage

This statement is from the British Province of the Confraternity of Catholic Clergy (h/t: Rorate Caeli): Marriage in the teaching of the Catholic Church Marriage was instituted by God,... More →

Chinese Communist Economist Argues That Christianity Would Be Good for China

Four years ago I posted a column on our website about  Lou Tseng-tsiang, a Prime Minister in the Chinese Republic in the early 1900s. While serving in his post... More →

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“I am therefore very worried, and I call upon all Catholics, laymen, priests, and bishops, to involve themselves, from now up to the upcoming Synodal assembly, in order to highlight the truth on marriage.” The words come to us from Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke, and were spoken in an interview to Le Figaro’s Jean-Marie Guénois. Intentionally or... More →

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Saunter: A Word With an Interesting History

The word “saunter,” which means to “wander about,” is derived from Saint Terre (Holy Land). The connection is this: After the age of the catacombs, with the ascent of Constantine and Theodosius to the imperial Roman throne, Christians were free to make pilgrimages to Palestine. Share, Bookmark, Like: Facebook, Twitter, etc.


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