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Spain Unearths the 'Charlie Spirit'

Spain Unearths the 'Charlie Spirit'

Article 525 of the Spanish penal code in force punishes with a sentence of from eight to twelve months in prison those who “for offending the feelings of members of a religious confession, denigrate publicly, orally, in writing or any type of document its dogmas, beliefs, rites, or ceremonies.” A “crime of blasphemy” that the heterogeneous government coalition of the ... Lire la suite »

Ireland: A “Bergoglian” Style Archbishop

Ireland: A “Bergoglian” Style Archbishop

Full steam ahead for synodality, say goodbye to the Sunday parish Mass, and increase the powers of the laity: the new Archbishop of Dublin has just delivered his vision of the Church, during an interview with The Hard Shoulder on February 3, 2021. Although there are currently still 350 active priests in the diocese, serving 197 parishes, the average age among ... Lire la suite »

Vatican Diplomacy: Current Situation in 2021

Vatican Diplomacy: Current Situation in 2021

The audience granted by Pope Francis to diplomatic corps accredited to the Holy See is an opportunity to reflect on the annual review of the relations maintained by the Vatican with the various states of the world. Diplomatic activity is governed by the second section of the secretariat of state, which, on a daily basis, represents it in the many ... Lire la suite »

A Gender Theory of Pontifical Right?

A Gender Theory of Pontifical Right?

For several years, the Pontifical Scholas Occurrentes Foundation has used the image of Pope Francis to disseminate educational material based on gender ideology, and aimed at children in a dozen countries in Latin America. If you visit a Catholic bookstore in Latin America, you are sure to come across an attractive collection of children’s books called Con Francisco a mi ... Lire la suite »

Forty-Hours Devotion – FSSPX.Actualités / FSSPX.News

Forty-Hours Devotion – FSSPX.Actualités / FSSPX.News

The term Forty-Hours designates an urgent supplication from God through adoration of the Blessed Sacrament solemnly exposed for 40 hours. This supplication takes place most often and by tradition during the hours preceding the opening of Lent, from Quinquagesima Sunday to the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday, but can be done at other times of the year. The Forty Hours Devotion—as ... Lire la suite »

Thomas More or The Free Man by Jean Anouilh

Thomas More or The Free Man by Jean Anouilh

Published the year of his death, this superb play concludes Jean Anouilh’s work in style. The story is well known. The King of England wants a divorce but the Pope refuses his permission. Henry VIII decides to separate the Church of England from Rome and become its head. Everyone must take an oath to this schism and few refuse. For ... Lire la suite »

In Germany, Pilgrimages Also Bear the Brunt of COVID-19

In Germany, Pilgrimages Also Bear the Brunt of COVID-19

Two of the most prestigious pilgrimages, dating back to the Holy Roman Empire, have had to be postponed due to the new wave of the COVID-19 epidemic which has hit Germany for several weeks. SARS-CoV 2 finally got the better of the traditional pilgrimage to Aachen. Every seven years, since 1349, pilgrims have come from Germany and around the world ... Lire la suite »