Cardinal Burke Criticizes Benedict XVI’s Resignation | GloriaTV

 “It was not a good thing for the Church to lose its universal shepherd”, Cardinal Raymond Burke has commented on the resignation of Benedict XVI, “There is a certain feeling among many Catholics that their father abandoned them.” Talking to the Macau newspaper O Clarim (December 15) Burke expressed his hopes that papal resignations will not become a common practice. The cardinal concedes that at the time of his resignation Pope Benedict had reached a Continue Reading →

The “Gay” (I hate that word) Priest Problem | Fr. Z’s Blog

Posted on 7 January 2018 by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf Why is there a picture of three beavers here? Keep reading! I’ll batten the hatches for another round of hate mail and “block parties” and alert the readership of a good piece at The Catholic Thing by Fr. Jerry Pokorsky. He tackles the “gay” (I hate that word) priest problem. Confronting the Gay Priest Problem Recently, a priest who was prominent in the pastoral care of those with Continue Reading →