Reflection – God and Man

Monday is the Feast of the Annunciation in the Church; the glorious moment of the Incarnation of Christ. At the Annunciation, Mary encounters the Archangel Gabriel and gives her fiat to God’s request to become the Mother of His Son, Jesus. This is a tremendous moment for the Catholic Faith. Our salvation finds its source in… Continue reading Reflection – God and Man

Pope Francis Changes Catechism, Presents New Teaching on Death Penalty

(via AP) Pope Francis has changed Catholic Church teaching about the death penalty, saying in a new policy published Thursday that it is always “inadmissible” because it “attacks” the inherent dignity of all humans. The Vatican said Francis had approved a change to the Catechism of the Catholic Church — the compilation of official Catholic… Continue reading Pope Francis Changes Catechism, Presents New Teaching on Death Penalty

Reflection – Contemplating the Holy Eucharist

June 2, 2018 – “…My children, the Eucharist-my Son alive among you-His words will help you comprehend, because His word is life, His word makes the soul breath, His word brings about cognition of love.” The Most Holy and Blessed Sacrament of the Eucharist is as Catechism states, “the sum and summary of our faith.”… Continue reading Reflection – Contemplating the Holy Eucharist

Bishop Schneider Explains How Catholics Should Handle a ‘Heretic Pastor’

(via LifeSiteNews) Catholics should respectfully “answer to a heretic pastor with the constant, unchanging teaching of the Church,” Bishop Athanasius Schneider said at the Rome Life Forum today, noting that during the fourth century “almost the entire episcopacy” accepted heresy but still the Church herself did not fall into error. This was during the Arian… Continue reading Bishop Schneider Explains How Catholics Should Handle a ‘Heretic Pastor’

Three Bishops Call Pope’s Reading of Amoris Laetitia ‘Alien’ to Catholic Faith

(via LifeSite) Three bishops have spoken out against Pope Francis’ interpretation of Amoris Laetitia to allow some remarried divorcees access to Holy Communion, saying such a reading is causing “rampant confusion,” is “alien” to the Catholic faith, and will spread “a plague of divorce” in the Church. Bishop Athanasius Schneider, auxiliary of Astana, Kazakhstan, Archbishop… Continue reading Three Bishops Call Pope’s Reading of Amoris Laetitia ‘Alien’ to Catholic Faith

Pope Francis Credited with Helping Euthanasia Law Pass in Italy

(via LifeSite) Euthanasia has come to Italy, and both jubilant right-to-die activists and heartbroken Catholics are giving Pope Francis part of the credit. Moreover, the law does not provide doctors the right to refuse participation via conscientious objection. Last Thursday the Italian government passed a law allowing adults to determine their end-of-life care, including the… Continue reading Pope Francis Credited with Helping Euthanasia Law Pass in Italy

Dozens of Theologians Accuse Francis of Spreading Heresies

(via Correcto Filials) A 25-page letter signed by 40 Catholic clergy and lay scholars was delivered to Pope Francis on August 11th. Since no answer was received from the Holy Father, it is being made public today, 24th September, Feast of Our Lady of Ransom and of Our Lady of Walsingham. The letter, which is… Continue reading Dozens of Theologians Accuse Francis of Spreading Heresies