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 →

AntiVatican To Host Euthanasia Conference | Ann Barnhardt

Well, that didn’t take long. Before we go further, let us remind ourselves of two things:  Jorge Bergoglio is NOT the Pope.  He is an antipope.  Pope Benedict XVI Ratzinger is the one and only living pope.  This whole situation with Antipope Bergoglio is a result of Pope Ratzinger’s failed attempt to “partially abdicate”.  Since his attempted abdication was made in substantial error, per Canon 188, his resignation was invalid, whether he likes it or Continue Reading →

Benedict to tell all about troubled time at the Vatican

AFP•July 1, 2016 Rome (AFP) – Retired pope Benedict XVI is to lift the lid in a new book on his troubled time at the head of the Catholic Church, publishers announced Friday. Entitled “Final Conversations” in Italian, the book is to be released in several languages and will take the form of an extended interview with German journalist Peter Seewald, who has collaborated on previous publications with the first pope to retire in seven Continue Reading →

In memoirs, ex Pope Benedict says Vatican ‘gay lobby’ tried to wield power: report

By Philip Pullella  July 1, 2016 VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – Former Pope Benedict says in his memoirs that no-one pressured him to resign but alleges that a “gay lobby” in the Vatican had tried to influence decisions, a leading Italian newspaper reported on Friday. The book, called “The Last Conversations”, is the first time in history that a former pope judges his own pontificate after it is over. It is due to be published on Continue Reading →

Catholic clerical “Gay Mafia” finally being exposed in media? | LifeSiteNews.com

BY STEVE JALSEVAC Fri Feb 22, 2013 22:43 EST Comments (31) The resignation of Pope Benedict is causing a series of large explosions along the way to the new conclave to replace the burnt-out reformer Pope. Some of us have been desperately waiting for many years for the power and influence of an extremely damaging homosexual mafia within the Catholic clergy to be exposed and dealt with. It appears this might finally be happening in a Continue Reading →

Pope’s childhood letter to Baby Jesus shows his faith :: EWTN News

A Christmas letter that Pope Benedict XVI wrote to Baby Jesus when he was seven years-old demonstrates his devotion to the Sacred Heart and his desire to be a priest.The letter is on display this Advent in the village of Marktl am Inn in Bavaria, where he was born. Read more . . .

A Woman Wrapped in Silence – A Consideration of a Brief Remark in Pope Benedict’s New Book | Archdiocese of Washington

Along with many of you, I am reading Pope Benedict’s latest book, volume 3 of Jesus of Nazareth, on the infancy narratives. I was very moved at a very brief reflection that he made on Mary, as the Angel Gabriel left her. His remarks consider on her faith in a very touching manner. I must say that I have always been moved by the faith of the Blessed Mother and intrigued too, for she is Continue Reading →

An Amazing Creation: When Science and Faith Meet

Exciting news for the new evangelization being called for by Pope Benedict XVI are the recent discoveries in “space-time geometry,” prompting eminent physicists to assert the cosmos had to have a beginning and thus had to have a creator. Jesuit Father Robert Spitzer — a philosopher, accountant, former university president and leadership consultant — always has had a fascination with the intersection of faith and reason. He’s smart enough to have debated physicist Stephen Hawking, Continue Reading →

Pope creates academy to promote knowledge of Latin :: EWTN News

The Pope is launching a new Pontifical Academy for Latin to help priests and academics deepen their knowledge and ability with the language.”There is a pressing need for greater knowledge and more competent use of Latin in the ecclesial environment as well as in the world of culture at large,” Pope Benedict XVI said on Nov. 10. The new academy was announced in a letter titled “Latina Lingua.” The document is known as a motu Continue Reading →