Orthophobia and the Marginalized QTBGL Catholic

Jul 21, 2017 by

by Deacon Jim Russell, Crisis Magazine: As I survey the current state of the Catholic Church, I believe I can no longer hold back. It is time for me to come out. I am and have for some time identified as a member of the QTBGL community, and I need to explain why I call myself a QTBGL Catholic. For...

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Protect the Pope? Francis is “destroying the Catholic nature of the Church”

Jul 19, 2017 by

by Archbishop Cranmer: ‘Protect the Pope’ was a blog established in 2010 by the Rev’d Nick Donnelly, a kindly, humble and intelligent deacon in the Roman Catholic Church (and the second-nicest Catholic in the Twittersphere). His blog soon became one of the most important go-to Romish blogs in the...

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Here’s how one saintly pope would clean up gay orgies at the Vatican

Jul 16, 2017 by

by Pete Baklinski, LifeSite: Not only are gay-orgies happening in the Vatican, but the extent of homosexual activity in the Vatican under Pope Francis’ watch has “never been worse,” a reliable senior member of the Curia told National Catholic Register’s Ed Pentin. Pentin wrote earlier this week...

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U.S. Embassy promotes LGBT propaganda at the Vatican

Jun 14, 2017 by

by Peter LaBarbera, LifeSite: New president, same “gay” and “trans” activism being promoted by the United States to the world. That’s the sentiment of millions of moral-minded people across the globe who are frustrated that America’s LGBTQ propaganda abroad has not ended with Obama’s presidency....

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Cardinal Caffarra: “We are no longer witnesses, but deserters, if we do not speak openly and publicly”

Jun 2, 2017 by

From Voice of the Family. This address was given by His Eminence Carlo Cardinal Caffarra on 19 May 2017 at the fourth annual Rome Life Forum, which is organised by Voice of the Family. “When I am lifted up from the earth, I will draw all people to myself” [John 12, 32]. “The whole world is under...

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As Catholics and Anglicans come together, the Church of England pulls apart

Mar 18, 2017 by

by Fr Dwight Longenecker, Crux: In many ways, the Catholic Church and the Anglican Communion are on closer terms than they have ever been in their history. Despite this relationship, the situation for Anglo-Catholics in the Church of England itself is getting worse: An Anglo-Catholic bishop...

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