Cardinal Kasper’s Surprising Admission Concerning the Vatican II Documents

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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 →

RORATE CÆLI

How can we not think, in this context, of the task of a Bishop in our own time? The humility of faith, of sharing the faith of the Church of every age, will constantly be in conflict with the prevailing wisdom of those who cling to what seems certain. Anyone who lives and proclaims the faith of the Church is on many points out of step with the prevalent way of thinking, even in our Continue Reading →

The Second Vatican Council prophecy and the matter of tradition – Vatican Insider

The “most interesting part” of Benedict XVI’s speech to the Curia in 2005, when he took stock of how the Second Vatican Council had been received, is the one concerning the relationship between the modern world and the Church as Ratzinger turned “the situation prospected by the traditionalists upside down” In fact “ In order to explain to them the open-mindedness of the Vatican II, the pope stated that the Church did not forgo and Continue Reading →

THE REMNANT NEWSPAPER: Stuff and Nonsense

(www.RemnantNewspaper.com) On the fiftieth anniversary of the Second Vatican Council, the aging conciliar diehards in the Vatican apparatus, desperate to shore up the Council’s crumbling legacy, have dared to revive and advance at breakneck speed the long dead cause for the “beatification” of Paul VI. John Paul II initiated the cause at the diocesan level in 1993, but it failed to advance any further for reasons that should be obvious. (Among the many less obvious Continue Reading →

RORATE CÆLI: Ignorance of Christ

In Advent, time of expectation, it is interesting to read an almost unknown homily of Pope Paul VI, found only in Italian on the Vatican website. It was preached at a Roman parish on Passion Sunday, April 4, 1965. Excerpts follow: Read more . . .

Vatican dismisses Maryknoll priest from order :: Catholic News Agency (CNA)

Vatican City, Nov 19, 2012 / 03:52 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The Vatican canonically dismissed Roy Bourgeois from the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers on Oct. 4, for disobedience and preaching against Church teaching on women’s ordination. The decision, made by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, dispenses him from both the bonds of priesthood and religious life. On Aug. 8, 2008, Bourgeois preached a homily at the simulated ordination of a woman to the Continue Reading →

Iraq: The bells in Islam’s holy city toll once again 17 centuries of silence – Vatican Insider

Mass was celebrated for the first time in a long time, in an old Christian church in Al-Hirah, in the heart of Shi’ite Islam. The ceremony was presided over by the Pope’s envoy, Mgr. Lingua Vatican City – Rome After a silence which lasted 17 centuries, the bells in a Christian church in the holy city of Najaf, in Iraq, have sounded once again. Saudi satellite television company Al Arabiya reported on this special event Continue Reading →

Pope reflects on finding faith in a secular world :: Catholic News Agency (CNA)

Vatican City, Nov 7, 2012 / 01:49 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Benedict XVI continued his series of teachings on faith by observing that although secularism is on the rise, everyone has a desire for God, and this can be seen in the experience of love. “Even in today’s secularized society, this desire for God continues to make itself felt, above all in the experience of love,” he told thousands of pilgrims assembled in St. Peter’s Continue Reading →

Benedict XVI and the Pathologies of Religion | Crisis Magazine

Benedict XVI and the Pathologies of Religion | Crisis Magazine.

Faith is never a purely private matter, Pope tells audience

Faith is never a purely private matter, Pope tells audience