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Is There a Right to Abortion in the European Union?

Is There a Right to Abortion in the European Union?

June 28, 2021 Source: FSSPX Spirituality On May 11, the Women’s Rights and Gender Equality (FEMM) Committee of the European Parliament adopted a draft report and resolution presented by Predrag Fred Matić, “on the situation of sexual and reproductive health and rights in the EU, in the frame of women’s health.” This report will soon be examined by the European ... Lire la suite »

Brazil: Ministering to Prisoners Creates Conflict

Brazil: Ministering to Prisoners Creates Conflict

June 28, 2021 Source: FSSPX Spirituality In Brazil, the plan to replace prison chaplains with ecumenical radio stations is arousing the ire of the Catholic hierarchy. The Church sees in it the mark of “evangelical” Protestantism, whose influence has grown steadily since Jair Bolsonaro came to power. The Catholic Church has taken a stand against the plan to replace chaplains ... Lire la suite »

Holy See Intervenes with the Italian Government

Holy See Intervenes with the Italian Government

There is in fact a concordat between the Italian Republic and the Holy See, the famous Lateran Agreements, signed on February 11, 1929. These agreements recognize the creation of the Vatican City State. The Villa Madame Agreement A new concordat, drawn up in the early 1980s, was signed on February 12, 1984. This new concordat modifies the Lateran concordat on ... Lire la suite »

Eritrea: The Church Facing Totalitarianism

Eritrea: The Church Facing Totalitarianism

June 28, 2021 Source: FSSPX Spirituality While the country is in the grip of civil war in the Tigray region, the Eritrean Bishops’ Conference has just sent a new solemn protest to the government to denounce the abusive confiscations of health and education establishments including ones owned by the Church. “We the pastors and leaders of the Catholic Church in ... Lire la suite »

Hungary Protects Minors From Perverse Content

Hungary Protects Minors From Perverse Content

June 28, 2021 Source: FSSPX Spirituality The Hungarian Parliament has passed a sex crimes law making it illegal to provide pornography and content promoting gender reassignment and homosexuality to anyone under the age of 18. Supporters of the law stressed the need to protect children and support parents, citing the need to ensure “the protection of the rights of the ... Lire la suite »

Our Lady teaches us true love

Our Lady teaches us true love

June 26, 2021 Source: FSSPX Spirituality What is the supreme expression of love for us, for fallen, sinful mankind? Reparation. The sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross is the supreme act of charity. And this loving act is an act of atonement and reparation for the injustice that had been committed. Charity with respect to sin and the sinner ... Lire la suite »

Cardinal Kasper’s Statements – FSSPX.Actualités / FSSPX.News

Cardinal Kasper’s Statements – FSSPX.Actualités / FSSPX.News

June 23, 2021 Source: FSSPX Spirituality Cardinal Emeritus Walter Kasper gave an interview to Passauer Bistumsblatt, the diocesan newspaper of Passau which ran a special on the Synodal Path, but also on the situation of ecumenism today. After having praised Pope Francis’ decision regarding the convocation of a “synodal path” for the whole Church on the occasion of the next ... Lire la suite »

Cardinal Zen Worries About Possible Restrictions on the Old Mass

Cardinal Zen Worries About Possible Restrictions on the Old Mass

June 23, 2021 Source: FSSPX Spirituality Cardinal Joseph Zen, Bishop Emeritus of Hong Kong, called the possible restrictions on the celebration of Mass in the Tridentine rite “disturbing news.” As a reminder, a source from the Congregation for Divine Worship told the Catholic News Agency (CAN) in early June that the congregation might soon issue a document amending some of ... Lire la suite »