Parish Council Grills Catechumen Nominee At Confirmation Mass

March 23, 2017 by  
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Image: Joe Ravi Catechumen nominee Neil Schlesing said that “no man is above canon law” when pressed on whether Pope Francis could allow divorced and remarried Catholics to receive communion. It was one of several exchanges Tuesday as Schlesing mostly deflected council members’ efforts to get him to reveal his views on the death penalty, global warming, and other controversial issues inside the Catholic Church. As the grueling day of questioning wore... Read More

Pope Francis Accuses Benedict XVI Of Wiretapping His Confessional

March 14, 2017 by  
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The Vatican has refused to say whether an apology was in the works after eavesdropping allegations were made by Francis last week against his predecessor. Pope Francis’ claim that his confessional was wiretapped by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI has yet to be supported by evidence, but the Pontiff isn’t ready to apologize for the accusation just yet. “Let’s not get ahead of ourselves,” Director of the Holy See Press Office Greg Burke told reporters... Read More

Vatican Pressured To Declare Milo Yiannopoulos Confessor And White Martyr

February 22, 2017 by  
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Image:Official Leweb Photos Several high ranking officials of the Bannonite Catholic Church today asked Pope Francis to declare former senior editor for Breitbart Milo Yiannopoulos Confessor And White Martyr. “Don’t get me wrong, I still think gays are really gross and when they’re just regular, chaste ones faithful to the Church, I’m still quite happy to treat them as the creepy filth that they are,” said one... Read More

Congregation For Divine Worship Rules Against FSSP Novus Ordo Ban

February 10, 2017 by  
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Image: Staselnik A Congregation for Divine Worship panel has unanimously ruled against Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP) Superior General Reverend John Berg’s controversial Novus Ordo ban, which would have stripped the right of every priest from saying a Mass that was not in the traditional Latin form. The three judges from the Congregation For Divine Worship 9th circuit court rejected the traditionalist community’s argument that suspension of... Read More

Cardinal Burke Calls For “Extreme Vetting” Of Protestant Converts

February 7, 2017 by  
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Image: CanonLawJunkie In a speech in Rome last night, Cardinal Raymond Burke outlined his plans to combat Protestant theology from entering the Church, including a new screening test for converts to the Catholicism. Applicants would be tested to determine whether or not they share traditional Catholic beliefs such as praying to the saints and the Eucharist. Pope Francis scorned Burke’s plan, calling it nothing but a “cynical ploy to... Read More

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