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Bishops at the Forefront of the Civil War in Cameroon

Bishops at the Forefront of the Civil War in Cameroon

The conflict is intensifying in Cameroon between the English-speaking separatists and the Yaoundé central government. People, especially young people, are being held hostage and can no longer benefit from the education system because most schools are closed. Several English-speaking bishops undertook yet another attempt at mediation between the belligerents. The 67th provincial synod, gathering the four bishops of the English-speaking ... Lire la suite »

Quand les Ecossais découvrent que le “tartan islamique” fait partie de leur patrimoine depuis 7 ans

Quand les Ecossais découvrent que le “tartan islamique” fait partie de leur patrimoine depuis 7 ans

Terre de mystères et de légendes, où la minorité musulmane forme un patchwork d’origines depuis le début du XXème siècle, l’Ecosse est aussi connue pour son étoffe de laine à carreaux où s’entrecroisent, depuis des lustres, les couleurs typiques des peuples celtes : le traditionnel tartan. Depuis quelques jours, les réseaux sociaux bruissaient de la rumeur persistante selon laquelle un « ... Lire la suite »

Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

“God has wrought salvation in the midst of the earth” Ps. 73:12. “Let the earth bud forth and bring forth a Savior.” Is 45:8 The scandals that rack the Catholic Church from top to bottom today are only the rotten fruits of a prior interior state of existence. It is our spiritual lukewarmness that leaves Baptism sterile, corrupts sanctity, and ... Lire la suite »

The Sino-Vatican Deal Faced With a Chinese Shadow Play

The Sino-Vatican Deal Faced With a Chinese Shadow Play

The first episcopal ordination since the secret agreement reached between China and the Holy See in 2018 was celebrated on August 26, 2019. In the context of the progressive and forced Sinisation of Catholicism, which creates greater fear for the Church, the Chinese and Roman media presented the event under the sign of a found consensus. The name of the ... Lire la suite »

The Pope is Expected on the African Shores of the Indian Ocean

The Pope is Expected on the African Shores of the Indian Ocean

From September 4-10, 2019, Pope Francis will go successively to Mozambique, Madagascar, and Mauritius. Three countries in which Catholic heritage remains strong, but where society is plagued by many evils, including corruption and the growth of sects. Mozambique, the first destination of the pontiff, is a land where Catholicism still remains the majority religion, with the faithful representing 29% of ... Lire la suite »

No Papal Visit to Russia on the Horizon

No Papal Visit to Russia on the Horizon

In a June 2019 interview with the Catholic news site Cath.ch, Russian Orthodox Metropolitan Hilarion Alfeyev poured cold water on the possibility of Pope Francis visiting Russia in the near future. Ever since the collapse of communism in Eastern Europe, Russia has jealously guarded its territory from any papal visits despite John Paul II’s public hopes of doing so. Neither ... Lire la suite »

Pope Francis Has Named Thirteen New Cardinals

Pope Francis Has Named Thirteen New Cardinals

Apart from the fact that there are three Jesuits, what should be noted much more is the personality of some of these future porporati, because, on the one hand, it shows the manner in which the pope wants to advance his progressive program; and, on the other hand, the promotion of people whom one would not expect to find among ... Lire la suite »

The Secretariat of State in Turmoil

The Secretariat of State in Turmoil

For several weeks, the most powerful dicastery of the Curia, the Secretariat of State, has been the subject of attacks against its deputy, Archbishop Edgar Pena Parra. The Vatican media and the Venezuelan episcopate have entered the fray to put out the fire that is manifesting as a power struggle at the highest level of the Church. The Secretariat of ... Lire la suite »