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"Revolution Bergolio": Diocese of Treviso Insults Saint Pius X

From Eponymous Flower

“Revolution Bergolio”: Diocese of Treviso Insults Saint Pius X on 100th Anniversary of His Death

(Treviso) On 20 August 1914, a hundred years ago,   Saint Pope Pius X died,  who resisted Modernism and fought against it.   1,073 more words

One-World Church

Cardinal Schönborn: There Will Be "Signs and Wonders" from Francis

Excerpts from Eponymous Flower

(Vienna) Vienna Archbishop Christoph Cardinal Schönborn is “convinced” that if Pope Francis maintains his “pace” that there would be “changes”. This was reported by the  23 more words


Good cronies?

In recent days we have heard a few sniggers about U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry staying in Naypyidaw in a hotel owned by U Zaw Zaw, one of Myanmar’s crony capitalists still on the U.S. 355 more words

Economic Development

Young Priests Observant on Francis - Abp. Diarmuid Martin criticizes them

Excerpts from the Tablet

Pope Francis’ courage is causing disquiet among those with “a very conformist and closed Catholicism” the Archbishop of Dublin has warned.

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Rise Biscuits and Donuts, Durham

I asked my Twitter followers where in the Triangle you can find a “cronut,” the 2013 craze that took off in NYC. It’s croissant-donut pastry. 362 more words

Triangle Restaurants & Fun

Cardinal Hummes: What would Jesus say about "Gay Marriage"? - "I Don't Know"

From Rorate Caeli

Do you all remember Cardinal Hummes? Yes, the Pope’s greatest friend in the College of Cardinals, the Franciscan who inspired the papal name “Francis”, the man who was right by the Pope’s side in the loggia in the memorable evening of his election. 140 more words


More on Italian Police Investigations of those who Disagree

Excerpts from Rorate Caeli

A well-informed Vatican journalist, Marco Tosatti, has brought to light a new and astonishing case:

Some days ago, the Carabinieri arrived at the home of Francesco Colafemmina, one of the most assiduous Catholic writers on sacred art, with a summons for him and his wife on an apparently serious judiciary charge. 82 more words