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The Fanboy Meltdown

Uh oh…

So sorry, Michael Sean Winters.  I think many of your hopes and dreams just flew out the window today. While you claim there was a “break from tradition”, I’m pretty sure that it’s tradition to pick the guy who will most likely not sell out the pro-life world by trying to attach “seamless garment” issues around the necks of the babies and their mothers. 2,135 more words


Guest Blogger: Sr. John Mary Fleming, OP

Thank you so much for the opportunity to chat about the documents on Catholic education from the Second Vatican Council and the Congregation for Catholic Education on the… 429 more words

Dr. Tim Uhl

Here's Hoping the Darkness is Dispelled!

Whoa!  Whoa!  Whoa!  What in the heck is happening?!  I’m sure that most of you saw the news but if you didn’t, here it is. 3,857 more words


Breaking: U.S. Bishops Ask Theologian to Resign After Letter Criticizing Francis

(via LifeSite)

A former doctrine chief for the U.S. Bishops was asked to resign as their consultant after telling Pope Francis in a letter his papacy is marked by “chronic confusion,” and that the pope teaches with “a seemingly intentional lack of clarity.” 183 more words

News, Research & Stories

Father Thomas Weinandy: Thank you! Hoping Pope Francis reinstates you.

Dear Father Weinandy, I’m hoping that Pope Francis will reject the sycophants at the USCCB and reinstate you for your honestly trying your best to lay self-referential interests aside in favor of the Church and indeed the whole world. 70 more words

Missionaries Of Mercy

Racism is a sin

UPDATE: Here is also the latest pastoral letter The Challenge of Racism Today just released by Donald, Cardinal Wuerl (click on the above link).

Racism is a sin: a sin that divides the human family, blots out the image of God among specific members of that family, and violates the fundamental human dignity of those called to be children of the same Father.

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Gun control is a pro-life issue. Will the bishops lead? Will legislators listen?

Civil rights leader, Rep. John Lewis on the need for the courage to enact gun control; on kneeling to advance justice “perhaps in Statuary Hall, perhaps in the Rotunda, perhaps on the steps of the Capitol;” on gerrymandering and politicians who choose voters instead of letting voters choose their politicians.                                                                                  655 more words