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Cosa Nostra Facing Excommunication – FSSPX.Actualités / FSSPX.News

Cosa Nostra Facing Excommunication – FSSPX.Actualités / FSSPX.News

The Holy See has just set up an eight person working group to fight against the influence of the Mafia by examining certain “doctrinal and canonical” aspects of the problem.  “They are not in communion with God: they are excommunicated!” Of whom was Pope Francis talking in formulating this solemn warning? The Mafia which is here directly targeted by Peter’s successor. ... Lire la suite »

Germany: A New Day for Women “Preachers”

Germany: A New Day for Women “Preachers”

A year ago, on May 17 and 18, 2021, the Association of Catholic Women of Germany – Katholische Frauengemeinschaft Deutschlands (KFD) – organized a national day of preaching: twelve sermons given by 12 women in 12 different places (Cf. The day of women “preachers” in Germany). This year, the KFD are having another go at it on Monday, May 17, but with ... Lire la suite »

Thieves Broke into an English Castle, Lifting Mary, Queen of Scots’ Rosary

Thieves Broke into an English Castle, Lifting Mary, Queen of Scots’ Rosary

May 25, 2021 Source: District of the USA Police in Sussex, England are seeking information regarding the May 21st heist of artistic and historic treasures, including a rosary and bible which once belonged to Mary, Queen of Scots. The thieves snuck into 1,000-year-old Arundel Castle through a window, and smashed a glass display case holding the items, leaving the scene ... Lire la suite »

Pentecost in the light of Mary

Pentecost in the light of Mary

How essential the descent of the Holy Ghost is for our salvation is clearly taught by the Church scholars. St. Bonaventure, for example, says: “Without the action of the Holy Ghost in our hearts, who is the love of the Father and the Son and who brings us to the Father and the Son, the sending of the Son by ... Lire la suite »

Frankfurt “Ecumenical Days” Have Kept All Their Promises

Frankfurt “Ecumenical Days” Have Kept All Their Promises

With the Synodal Path in place and the challenge to Roman authority become endemic, the third “ecumenical days” organized in Frankfurt am Main from May 13 to 16 have kept their promises of planned, wanted, and assumed misconduct. The management of the third Ökumenischer Kirchentag (ÖKT), or ecumenical days, was entrusted to two lay people: Thomas Sternberg, director of the ... Lire la suite »

United States: Rome Distances Itself from Pro-life Bishops

United States: Rome Distances Itself from Pro-life Bishops

Msgr. Jose Horacio Gomez, Archbishop of Los Angeles and President of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), wrote to Rome to warn the Pope that the USCCB was working to establish a common line before allowing the refusal, where appropriate, of sacramental communion to politicians encouraging abortion or euthanasia. Cardinal Luis Ladaria Ferrer, Prefect of the Congregation for ... Lire la suite »

A Make Believe Episcopate

A Make Believe Episcopate

After the response of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith recalling that the Church cannot bless same-sex unions (March 15, 2021), Bishop Bonny told the Dutch-language daily De Standaard on March 17: “I feel shame by proxy for my Church.” He added: “I would like to apologize to all those for whom this response is painful and incomprehensible: ... Lire la suite »

A Back Door Attempt to Include a Right to Abortion

A Back Door Attempt to Include a Right to Abortion

The European Parliament’s Committee on Women’s Rights and Gender Equality (FEMM) is trying to enshrine abortion rights in the European Union (EU) through the back door. As was very aptly noted by the European Institute of Bioethics (IEB), FEMM, in the twists and turns of a “draft report on the situation concerning reproductive and sexual health and rights in the ... Lire la suite »

Fortune 500 Companies Come to Biden’s Rescue

Fortune 500 Companies Come to Biden’s Rescue

More than 400 of the nation’s richest American corporations are joining forces to speed up passage of a President Joe Biden-backed bill to criminalize those defending the natural distinction between a man and a woman, as well as the traditional conception of marriage. “I hope that Congress can bring the Equality Act to my desk to protect the rights of ... Lire la suite »