Archbishop-designate Philip Tartaglia of Glasgow could see himself being imprisoned for speaking out in support of the traditional married family. “I could see myself going to jail possibly at some point over the next 15 years, if God spares me, … Continue reading
This requires them to sign a promise to “teach authentic Catholic doctrine” and not to deviate from Church teaching. Catholic OnLine: Catholic families have a right to know which theology professors have the mandatum, and Catholic colleges and universities should … Continue reading
(Kreuz.net/Eponymous Flower) — Even in the capital city of Russia the little plants of the Old Mass are showing themselves to a greater and more powerful tree. A German Cleans up Moscow Since January 2011 there has been a website … Continue reading
For informational purposes, we present here the Holy See’s statement, followed by the just released declaration from the SSPX General Chapter, dated July 14 of this year. * * * * * * * * * * * * Vatican … Continue reading
Catholic Culture: Thousands of Catholics joined in public demonstrations in the Vinh diocese on July 15, protesting government-sponsored violence against Catholics and the desecration of a church. Read more here with link to AsiaNews.
Almost three years ago, I posted a piece on our site about the above named Monsignor: Vatican Council II: An Open Discussion, by Monsignor Brunero Gherardini. Since then, an English translation of his book has been published (under the title … Continue reading
Ryan McMaken has penned a brief resume of the deeds of Blessed Franz Jägerstätter. This was an Austrian farmer who refused to fight in the war machine of the Third Reich, and therefore died a martyr. Reading the piece reminds … Continue reading
From the Dominican Nuns of Summit, New Jersey, we have this news: The Dominicans are at it again! What are we up to now? Well, really, nothing we haven’t been doing…praying! But this time Dominicans all over the world received … Continue reading
(Rorate Caeli) The Church, a House of Many Rooms The new Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Abp. Gerhard Müller, granted his first interview, after his appointment, to KNA, the German bishops’s news agency (in German). Dutch Catholic blog In … Continue reading
For the record, we link to the article, A new chapter in the Society of St. Pius X saga, at the Vatican Insider site. In this interview with Archbishop Di Noia, to our knowledge the third since the announcement of … Continue reading
The new Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith is Archbishop Gerhard Ludwig Müller. Let us pray for his Grace as he takes up his new post.
The National Catholic Register published an interview with Archbishop Joseph Augustine Di Noia, O.P., the newly appointed Vice President of the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei. Of special interest is this section (my comments in red; otherwise bracketed remarks are from … Continue reading
UCANews: The excommunicated Chinese bishop, Paul Lei Shi-yin, has committed “a sacrilege” by ordaining four new priests on June 29 in Leshan diocese, southwestern China, the Vatican Archbishop, Savio Hon Tai Fai, said in Rome the day after the ordination … Continue reading
In celebration of the investigation and reform of the “LCWR” — Leadership Conference of Women in Rebellion. Everybody sing now…
There is a “soft” persecution of the Church in America. We see it in the press, in entertainment, and in political life as exemplified by B.H. Obama’s recent HHS mandate. What has been soft for years seems to be in … Continue reading