Taiwan News, Duncan DeAeth: Ties between China and the Vatican appear to be getting more complex with recent news that a retired Hong Kong Cardinal made a secret mission to deliver a letter directly to the Pope on behalf of Catholics … Continue reading
1Peter5, Maike Hickson: As Katholisch.de, the official website of the German bishops, reports today, Cardinal Willem Eijk, the Dutch cardinal and Metropolitan Archbishop of Utrecht, requested that Pope Francis bring light into the confusion concerning the question as to how to deal with … Continue reading
AsiaNews, John Baptist Lin: Last December, Mgr Peter Zhuang Jianjian of Shantou (Guangdong) was forced to go to Beijing where “a foreign prelate” from the Vatican asked him to leave his see to illicit bishop Joseph Huang Bingzhang. He had received … Continue reading
National Catholic Register, Edward Pentin: One of the late Cardinal Carlo Caffarra’s last wishes — to have an international conference to examine ways to resolve the current crisis of division in the Church — will take place in Rome in … Continue reading
Here is the description of the video, as given on Tumblar House’s YouTube channel: What is Father Feeney’s thesis and why was he excommunicated? Includes an additional 25 minutes of discussion on baptism of desire and invincible ignorance.
Cardinal Kung Foundation Christmas Newsletter 2017 (Please help the persecuted Church in China): Communist China announced a new Savior In recent months, local government officials visited many Christian-populated villages to implement a Property Alleviation Campaign. They proclaimed a new “savior”: … Continue reading
Paradigm: model, pattern, example, exemplar, template, standard, prototype, archetype en.news: Cardinal Piero Parolin, the Vatican secretary of state, has claimed, that the controversial document Amoris Laetitia has come from a “new paradigm”. More here.
History-minded readers will recognize the letters A.E.I.O.U. as the logo of the Habsburg dynasty and therefore Austria when it was the center of the Holy Roman Empire that they ruled for centuries, an empire which became the Austro-Hungarian one, the … Continue reading
1Peter5, Steve Skojec: On December 30, the Feast of the Holy Family, three bishops from Kazakhstan — Tomash Peta, Metropolitan Archbishop of the archdiocese of Saint Mary in Astana, Jan Pawel Lenga, Archbishop-Bishop emeritus of Karaganda, and Athanasius Schneider, Auxiliary Bishop of the … Continue reading
The Catholic World Report: At the end of a high-speed, “accelerated” year, here to “slow things down” is a conversation with the Church historian and theologian Walter Cardinal Brandmüller. I thank His Eminence for the time that he has generously … Continue reading
LifeSiteNews, Diane Montagna: Two Italian bishops have joined three bishops of Kazakhstan in professing the “immutable truths about sacramental marriage.” Like the Kazakh Ordinaries, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, former apostolic nuncio to the United States, and His Excellency Luigi Negri, … Continue reading
My interview with Mr. Jonathan Arrington was recorded for Reconquest Episode 108: Is ‘Lead Us Not into Temptation’ a Bad Translation? To learn more about the Veritas Radio Network and the special offer good from now till the Feast of the … Continue reading
AsiaNews: The disciplinary arm of the ruling Chinese Communist Party has banned its members and government officials from celebrating Christmas, likening the practice to “spiritual opium” for its members. A notice issued by the Commission for Discipline Inspection of Hengyang city … Continue reading
The Catholic Action League of Massachusetts today is mourning the death of the former Archbishop of Boston, Bernard, Cardinal Law, who died in Rome shortly after midnight, following a brief hospitalization. Law was 86. Born in Mexico of American parents, … Continue reading
Interesting question answered here that will help many in their duty of formation of right conscience. 1Peter5, Carlos Casanova:; The canonical dimension of the Church excludes that a person acts according to his certainty against the judgment of the Church judge … Continue reading