Pope Francis is being urged by experts to take greater care when referring to “hypocritical” Pharisees, a stereotype that fueled centuries of bad blood between Catholics and Jews. Catholic-Jewish relations blossomed after the Second Vatican Council — which in 1965 finally urged respect for Judaism — and Francis is a clear friend of the Jews, insisting the Church continue to apologize for anti-Semitism. … Continue reading The Pope is allowing Jews to tell him what to say
This mad-sounding story is a good illustration of the sickness in the Catholic church under Anti-Pope Francis and before him. A Chicago priest, Father Paul Kalchik, together with some his parishioners, burnt a gay rainbow flag in the street a few days ago. Since then, he has received threats of rape and murder and his church has been vandalised. After that, the higher-ups in the Catholic … Continue reading Priest who burnt gay flag gets death and rape threats and is driven from his church
There has been a lot of nonsense in the media about “Russian interference” in the 2016 election, based mostly on claims that the Russians hacked the Clinton campaign and made the results available to Trump’s people or that a few “fake news” tweets and social media posts somehow played a critical role in influencing the electoral outcome. But another story about much more direct foreign … Continue reading The Pope funded Hillary: Why has there been no inquiry into Vatican interference in the 2016 election?
There are shades of black the white eye is unable to perceive. Either that or ethnicity must be more than skin colour, as our rulers keep telling us. Here we have a negro bishop rejected by another bunch of negroes because he was the wrong type of negro. His skin reflected too much light; or too little; so he had to go. These Niger Catholics … Continue reading Pope replaces African bishop rejected by flock because of wrong ethnicity
The Fede Quotidiana [Daily Faith] interviewed Monsignor Carlo Liberati, archbishop and Prelate Emeritus of Pompei. Excellency, can we still define Europe as Christian? “Seeing some laws and the mode of life many people have who also define themselves as Christian, it is permitted to have strong doubts. In many cases, we live as if God didn’t exist, secularism and relativism are advancing. All of that, … Continue reading Italian Archbishop: “We are witnessing the slow Islamization of our world and I fear that due to demographics they will be the majority”
For a while I’ve been referring to the Argentinian Marxist Bergoglio (“Francis”) as an anti-Pope. It seems I’m not the only one who thinks that way. Bergoglio has been formally accused of heresy by a number of big-hitters in the Catholic Church. … in what is being described as an “epoch-making act” unlike any taken “since the Middle Ages,” a group of Catholic clergy and … Continue reading Catholic church rebels against the anti-Pope
Not all high officials in the Catholic church support invasionism. Here are extracts from an interview with Gyula Márfi, Archbishop of Veszprém in Hungary. What dangers does migration bring? I see the greatest danger in the fact that some of Europe’s leaders – and unfortunately part of the population – have renounced the Ten Commandments, they have damaged the moral foundations and as a result they … Continue reading “A Muslim mob that rejects our Christian culture”: Hungarian Archbishop warns of the dangers of immigration