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 →

A New Mission for the Church: eliminate the poor, normalize sin, make friends with our enemies and to save the planet

It seems Pope Francis has given a New Mission for the Church. It is time to  flesh out what I feel this New Mission is and why it will certainly fail on its own but also fail in the  fulfillment of its True Mission; the salvation of souls. Some of you may have noticed that I have put a new tagline in the site heading. I struggled to put into a few words what this Continue Reading →

Pope Francis, Child Porn, Gay Scandals & the “Vatican Approved” Porn Sexual Predator-Like Program

Pope Francis’s diplomats and his closest collaborators are involved with porn such as Paglia in this photo This week the National Catholic Reporter, on November 21, reported that Pope Francis created a new department for Cardinal Pietro Parolin’s Secretariat of State. The Vatican expert John Allen at Crux said of Parolin “that there’s no single figure in Pope Francis’s Vatican today more trusted, or more powerful.” (Crux, “More and more Parolin’s face of authority in Continue Reading →

Luther and the Catholic Church | Remnant TV

SOURCE: https://remnantnewspaper.com/web/index.php/articles/item/3554-luther-s-pope-vatican-stamp-of-approval-of-protestant-revolt

Fear seems the operative word around the Vatican: Cardinal Müller: “People Working in the Curia Are Living in Great Fear”

by Maike Hickson September 29, 2017 Cardinal Gerhard Müller, the former Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, just gave a wide-ranging interview to Edward Pentin, the Rome Correspondent of the National Catholic Register. Among other important aspects of this report, Cardinal Müller for the first time admits publicly that the Congregation for the Faith did not itself edit the final version of the papal document Amoris Laetitia, and that he does Continue Reading →

The Vatican blocks the site accusing the Pope of “seven heresies”

The Ansa says that the web page that contains the text of the petition would not be accessible from computers within the Vatican walls. “The access to the webpage you are trying to visit has been blocked in accordance with institutional security policies,” it would be a warning on the PCs of those inside the Holy See who tried to access the “correction” site, , writes the press agency . At this time, therefore, no Continue Reading →

The Vatican Advisors on the Climate

This answers alot of questions. What could possibly go wrong? Is the Pope’s conclusions a surprise? Or did he merely get advisors who already agreed with his own beliefs? I think it is self-evident what went on here.

The Remnant Newspaper – World Youth Day: Vatican Venue for Sex Education

Written by  Michael Matt | Editor So the Vatican has ramped up its preoccupation with sex. As has been widely reported here and elsewhere, they’ve now got their very own sex-education program up and running. Published by the Pontifical Council for the Family, “The Meeting Point: The Adventure of Love,” purports to bring young people up to speed on the question of sex and chastity. And who better to do that than those paragons of virtue over at Continue Reading →

“Benedict is right: It’s the age of sin against the Creator” – La Stampa

The words Pope Francis pronounced during his closed-door meeting with Polish bishops on 27 July were published today. Gender was one of the topics discussed and a subject the Pope and Ratzinger agree on   DOMENICO AGASSO JR VATICAN CITY The contents of Francis’ address to Polish bishops during World Youth Day in Krakow were released today. The closed-door meeting took place on 27 July in Krakow cathedral and the now former director of the Continue Reading →

Vatican statement accuses Polish politicians of whipping up fear against Muslims – La Stampa

Bishops’ spokesman stresses Church in Poland has welcomed refugees as country prepares to welcome Francis for World Youth Day.  23/07/2016 CHRISTOPHER LAMB      VATICAN CITY Just days before Pope Francis’ visit to Poland a Vatican statement has denounced an “artificially created fear of Muslims” which it says is being fed by some political parties in the country.  T he press release, released by the Holy See but written by a spokesman for the Polish Bishops, 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 →

Romam vado iterum crucifigi

By Christopher A. Ferrara POSTED: 10/7/13 REMNANT COLUMNIST, Virginia ______________________ “I have the humility and ambition to want to do something.” –Pope Francis Editor’s Note: As this article went to press, the Vatican Press Office—clearly in response to worldwide expressions of dismay by concerned Catholics—has floated reports that the interview of Pope Francis by Eugenio Scalafari quoted in this article was not a verbatim transcript and that Scalfari did not use a tape recorder or take Continue Reading →