Vatican Hires a Rich Company Which Promotes Gay Ideology 

The Vatican has hired the big Irish technology company Accenture to design and run vaticannews.va. Accenture defines itself as “a proud leader in supporting the LGBT community”. One wonders if the Vatican considers itself part of it. According to the ‘Global Diversity List’ the company is among the “top 10 LGBT employee networks”. It also sponsors many events promoting gay ideology. The prefect of Vatican Communications, Monsignor Dario Viganò, tried to justify himself by calling Continue Reading →

This California bill could hurt poor students at religious schools :: Catholic News Agency (CNA)

By Kevin Jones Sacramento, Calif., Aug 8, 2016 / 06:07 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Religious students from disadvantaged backgrounds could be most affected by a California bill threatening state-backed student grants to schools that disagree with same-sex marriage and gender ideology. “The students become the greatest victims in all of this. Students growing up in your youth groups may say ‘we want to go to a school that is going to help us learn our faith Continue Reading →

Religious Liberty: an American Innovation and Tradition – Regnum ChristiRegnum Christi

by Fr Matthew P. Schneider, LC If you’ve grown up in the United States in the 20th or 21st century, you might miss how revolutionary the religious liberty in the Constitution is. Until 1791, no national government in human history had officially declared that there was no established religion and people were free to practice whatever religion, and almost every state had some official or semi-official religion. Even the French Revolution, at about the same Continue Reading →

5 Things to Remember in the “Ad Orientem” Discussion

BY MSGR. CHARLES POPE 08/08/2016 An Advocate of ‘Ad Orientem’ Reflects on the Responses of the Holy See Press Office and the U.S. Bishops The reaction of the Holy See Press Office and the American Bishops to the news of Cardinal Sarah’s proposal that priests face “east” (ad orientem) for the Eucharistic Prayer is not surprising. They were quick to insist that no change in liturgical law is forthcoming in this matter. It is doubtful that Continue Reading →

Only Christ Offers Answers in Our Violent World, Baton Rouge Bishop Says

BY CNA/EWTN NEWS 07/19/2016 – CNA/Sean Gardner/Getty Images Memorial for the three police officers who were shot and killed in an ambush on July 18 in Baton Rouge, La. BATON ROUGE, La. — Jesus Christ’s triumph over death, despair and hate should move us forward after a deadly attack on law enforcement officers in Baton Rouge, the diocese’s bishop said Sunday. “Words cannot express the emotions we feel for those who have lost loved ones Continue Reading →

Are religious teachers being eradicated from Belgian schools?

Religion classes in Belgium’s French-speaking primary and secondary schools will be cut in half starting in October 2016 and replaced with a weekly hour of citizenship classes. Critics worry that the new classes will promote abortion and homosexuality, and that the change could end up pushing teachers with a religious education or background out of the schools. Source: Are religious teachers being eradicated from Belgian schools? :: Catholic News Agency (CNA)