In the run-up to the synod on the family, one of the most striking elements has been the questionnaire distributed “for the purpose of obtaining concrete and real data on the theme of the synod” But in the meantime, it can be useful to skim the … [More]
If more Christians (including Catholic bishops who represent over 100 million Catholics in the U.S.)would take this public stand, we could end Obamacare's abortion-drug mandate for good. Instead. these cowardly bishops violate Church Law (Canon 915) and give Communion to pro abort Catholic pols.
They make a mockery of One True Church established by Jesus Christ.
Here are four things to know about Pope John Paul II's relationship with Marcial Maciel:
1. Father Maciel founded the Legionaries of Christ in 1941 and was ordained to the Roman Catholic priesthood in 1944 in Mexico City. He accompanied Pope John Paul II during the late pontiff's visits to Mexico in 1979, 1990, and 1993. In 1990, Father Maciel was appointed by Pope John Paul II to the Ordinary Assembly of the Synod of Bishops on the Formation of Priests in Circumstances of the Present Day.
This seems to be an accurate news story from a well known internet news site in which victims of Catholic Sexual abuse are commenting.
What would you say to those victims who suffered during the pontificate of JP-II? Would you tell them to just "get over their trauma" and celebrate his canonization? Or, would you tell them that JP-II did everything humanly possible to rid the Catholic Church from pedophile priests and their enablers in the episcopate who reassigned them to other dioceses?
What would you prefer "Homos minus their purple-headed warrior and the twins"?
I think the point of the story is not the word "transgendered" but how this creature was honored by the Catholic Church, the Pope's Church of the Gesù, the mother church of the pope’s Jesuit order.
Certainly we have no objections to burying the dead, which is one of the corporal works of mercy -- but it is one thing to have buried Mr. Quintero respectfully but quietly, and another to give …[More]