church politics

Pope Wants Priests to Marry?

2017-11-02T16:44:43-04:00November 2nd, 2017|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , |

To show how the media constantly gets things wrong check this out: Pope Francis asks the Brazilian bishops to bring forward a proposal to ease the terrible shortage of priests in remote areas. The suggestion is that older married men--catechists or deacons--who are already ministering to outlying Catholic populations, might be ordained as priests. These are [...]

Luther A Revolutionary not a Reformer

2017-10-28T05:59:30-04:00October 28th, 2017|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , |

Cardinal Muller speaks out honestly about Martin Luther. Edward Pentin reports here that the German Cardinal gets it right about Luther. Criticizing other prelates who say Luther's revolution was the "work of the Holy Spirit" Cardinal Müller, however, said the Protestant Reformation was not a “reform” but a “total change of the foundations of the Catholic [...]

German Cardinal Thinks Climate Change Biggest Problem

2017-10-27T13:11:01-04:00October 27th, 2017|Categories: Blog|Tags: , |

Thomas Williams reports here that German Cardinal Reinhard  Marx thinks climate change is the worst problem facing Europe. The German Catholic Church continues to rake in the cash with the famous "church tax" while she also continues to suffer from ecclesiastical hemophilia--bleeding members and vocations in a disastrous decline. The problems in liberal Christianity are endemic, and [...]

The Tale of Two Churches

2017-10-06T19:38:00-04:00October 6th, 2017|Categories: Culture and Politics|Tags: , , |

I have been a Catholic now for thirteen years. Like most converts, I described my reception into the Catholic Church as ‘coming home.’ However, the homecoming was not all that the sentimental phrase implies. It is true that in coming home we received a warm welcome from many Catholics. It is also true, that in coming [...]

Are “Cyber Wars” Tearing the Church Apart?

2017-10-06T20:19:59-04:00October 6th, 2017|Categories: Blog|Tags: |

Over at the UKs Catholic Herald this week veteran Catholic journalist Damian Thompson writes here about the "cyber wars" in the Catholic world. At the moment it revolves around Fr James Martin SJ who has become a poster boy for Catholic LBGTQ activism. The Savonarola de nos jours, Michael Voris calls him out with strident words and [...]

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