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Peter & Tyrants

Last century, Peter spoke out powerfully against tyrants, as noted in this superb article from Catholic World Report, would it be so today we pray. 940 more words

History

The Light in the Darkness

“Whoever does not unite with my Being is against me and my Being. And whoever does not work for inner composure, he divides and scatters.” Luke 11: 23 We are distracted. 325 more words

Delusion in the Vatican?

An excellent article from that most excellent of sources, the Remnant Newspaper.

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As his pontificate nears its fourth anniversary, Pope Francis ever more clearly reveals a megalomaniacal conviction that the Church and her teaching are his to remake as he sees fit. 1,505 more words

Catholic Church

Archbishop & Papal Nuncio to the United States Christophe Pierre Visits Sacred Heart

By Natalie Cioffari

Editor-in-Chief

On Wednesday, Feb. 22 Archbishop Christophe Pierre, Papal Nuncio to the United States, visited Sacred Heart University.

It was his first university visit since being appointed by Pope Francis in April 2016. 576 more words

News

Pope Reduces Sex Abuse Sanctions

Terrible news about an ongoing horror within the Church, from Catholic Herald.

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Pope Francis has quietly reduced sanctions against a handful of paedophile priests, applying his vision of a merciful Church even to its worst offenders in ways that survivors of abuse and the Pope’s own advisers question. 489 more words

Catholic Church

Lay Aside the Weight of Thanklessness

“Heavenly Father, please let me know your will. I really need to know what you want me to do about . . .”

This is my will for you: “Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you” (1 Thessalonians 5:18). 123 more words

Life Issues

A Lenten Message from Pope Francis

As we prepare ourselves for Lent, we wish to share with you the Holy Father’s Lenten message. In his message, Pope Francis asks us to recall the parable of the rich man and Lazarus. 774 more words