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US Bishops’ Advisory Council: Investigate Seminaries to Prevent ‘Predatory’ Homosexual Abuse

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The outgoing and incoming chairpersons of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) National Advisory Council (NAC) delivered stirring presentations on the sex abuse crisis at the fall gathering of U.S. bishops Tuesday morning. Their forceful remarks elicited a standing ovation from those in attendance. The bishops’ meeting is taking place while the American […]

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US Bishops’ Catholic Campaign for Human Development Continues to Fund Pro-Abortion, Pro-LGBT Groups

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Grants from the U.S. Bishops’ domestic anti-poverty arm are again benefitting groups associated with support for abortion and open homosexuality, new reports from the Lepanto Institute say. The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) encourages Catholics to support its Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD), which it says helps those on the margins. Yet […]

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Dubia Cardinal Cites ‘Windswept House’ in Reference to Current Church Crisis

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Cardinal Walter Brandmüller, a German prelate and dubia signer, recently published an article in German in which he discusses the abuse crisis and especially the U.S. laity’s response and resistance to it. This cardinal strongly supports the laity’s role and points to other times in the Church’s history where the laity’s contribution was crucial for […]

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Fr. James Martin: Pope Appoints ‘Gay-Friendly’ Bishops and Cardinals to Change Church on LGBT

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Vatican consultant and homosexual activist priest Fr. James Martin stated at a recent conference that Pope Francis has gone out of his way to appoint “gay-friendly” bishops and cardinals in the Catholic Church. Speaking at the Ignatian Family Teach-in for Justice 2018 in Washington D.C. on Saturday evening, the Jesuit priest and America magazine editor-at-large told students […]

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Cardinal Burke: It’s ‘Diabolical’ for the Church to Accommodate Herself to Culture of Death

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Cardinal Raymond Burke did not mince words in a recent address to young people gathered in Rome as he described as “diabolical” the current “situation” of the Church seemingly trying to “accommodate” herself to the world and its “culture of death.” The world and the culture are spiraling in decline with attacks on life, the […]

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Cardinal O’Connor of New York Investigated McCarrick Claims in 1994

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According to a former papal nuncio, the late Cardinal John O’Connor of New York carried out an investigation into Theodore McCarrick in 1994. Cardinal Agostino Cacciavillan, 93, told John Duncan of the Catholic News Servicethat when he was the Apostolic Nuncio to the United States, he alerted O’Connor to information he received shortly before Pope St. John Paul […]

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D.C. Archdiocese Runs Ad on CNN Praising Wuerl’s ‘Accomplishments’

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The Archdiocese of Washington purchased advertising on CNN’s website to promote Pope Francis’s complimentary regard for outgoing Cardinal Archbishop Donald Wuerl – paid for through its communications office, which gets financial support from Catholics in the pews. The ad is flagged by CNN at the top with the message, “Paid Content,” and a disclaimer appears […]