(via Breitbart) The French administrative court has ordered the removal of a cross from a monument to Saint John Paul II in a public square in the northwest of France, saying it violates the secular nature of the state. Italian media noted the irony of the ruling, remarking that the cross-removal is not taking place… Continue reading French High Court Orders Removal of Cross Above Statue of Saint John Paul II
(via Life Site) A top population control proponent has attained unprecedented access and influence at the Vatican, a presenter for an international symposium on population control said Thursday, as part of an effort to target the Catholic Church and leverage its moral influence in service of a globalist agenda. Population control forces are welcomed and… Continue reading Italian Journalist: Globalists Want Church to Serve ‘New World Order’
(via Catholic Stand) Written by Dan Byron My view is simple. When I meet a person who says, “I am Catholic, but,…” it is my immediate conclusion that he/she is not Catholic. In matters of faith and morals, the Church has a reasonably long history of leading the flock. Fulton J Sheen Even though he… Continue reading Fulton J. Sheen: ‘America is Suffering from Tolerance’
A Catholic school removes Catholic statues? And a Catholic school has taken measures to become “less Catholic?” They are truly willing to sacrifice the ultimate Truth and Salvation, which is Jesus Christ, in order to appease the world? True Roman Catholics are growing weary of this. Shame, shame, shame… “Not everyone who says to me,… Continue reading California: Catholic School Removes Statues of Jesus & Mary
(via Catholic Herald) Scottish Catholics have become too “wishy-washy” in standing up for their faith, the Archbishop of Glasgow has warned. In an essay for Crux, Archbishop Philip Tartaglia said “too many believers” have submitted to secular values and failed to stress their faith. When challenged by secularism, the archbishop said, many Catholics avoid saying… Continue reading Archbishop Tartaglia of Glasgow: Modern Catholics ‘Too Wishy-Washy’
(via LifeSite) “Confusion, division, and error” within the Catholic Church coming from “shepherds” even at the highest levels indicate that we “may be” in the end times, said U.S. Cardinal Raymond Burke in an address in Kentucky. The Cardinal, who spoke at the July 22 “Church Teaches Forum” in Louisville, said that, in his opinion,… Continue reading Cardinal Burke: Confusion and Error from Catholic Leaders May Be Sign of End Times
(via Catholic News Agency) In a world that can sometimes seem disheartening, Christians have a path to the future in lives of joy and love, Archbishop Chaput said Thursday. While Christians need to see the world’s problems as they are, “we can’t let the weight of the world crush the joy that’s our birthright by… Continue reading Archbishop Chaput: Want to Change the World? It Starts with Joy!