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Bishop McElroy’s Implementation of Amoris Laetitia: “Embrace LGBT Families”Most Reverend Robert W. McElroy, Bishop of San Diego, convened a Diocesan Synod on October 29-30, with the participation of priests and lay representatives from close to one hundred parishes. The Synod’s purpose was to reflect on the teaching of the Apostolic Exhortation Amoris Laetitia and how to apply it to the diocese’s pastoral policy…

Asking Pope Francis to Address ‘Doubts’ about ‘Amoris Laetitia’ and CommunismAbout two years ago, a heated debate started among cardinals, bishops and lay Catholics regarding some points of Catholic doctrine related to morality and the sacraments. More precisely, the dispute is about whether divorced Catholics living in new civil unions can receive Holy Communion while in that state. Based on our Savior’s words, Catholic morality has always...

The Little Number of Those Who Are SavedIt is not vain curiosity but salutary precaution to proclaim from the height of the pulpit certain truths which serve wonderfully to contain the indolence of libertines. They are always talking about the mercy of God and about how easy it is to convert. They live plunged in all sorts of sins and are soundly sleeping on the road to hell. To disillusion them and waken them from their torpor, today let us examine this great question: Is the number of Christians who are saved greater than the number of Christians who are damned?

Ellen Organ and “Her Pope”: For Such Is the Kingdom of HeavenOn August 4, 1903 Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto was elevated to the Chair of Saint Peter and took the name Pius X. Twenty days later in Ireland, William and Mary Organ welcomed their fourth child into the world. They named her Ellen but she would eventually be known throughout the world simply as “Little Nellie.” While occupying completely opposite stations in life—he the head of the universal Church, she a simple Irish girl—their lives were mysteriously linked forever.

The Earthquake That Destroyed More Than the Basilica of St. BenedictIt has been some time since a 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck close to Norcia in Italy. The powerful and disastrous 6.6 magnitude earthquake that struck close to Norcia in Italy on October 30 shocked the world as it destroyed the Basilica of St. Benedict. Built over the birthplace of its namesake, the basilica was flattened, leaving only the façade standing. Reflecting amid the ruins of this tragedy, it is impossible not to see a certain symbolism in this…

Students Transfer Incorrupt Body of Sister Mariana in EcuadorOn September 27, 2016, several students of St. Louis de Montfort Academy and I had the enormous privilege of assisting the nuns of the Convent of the Immaculate Conception of Our Lady of Good Success in Quito, Ecuador. We helped transfer the incorrupt body of Mother Mariana de Jesus Torres to a splendid new sarcophagus.

New Confusing and Scandalous Papal Statements: Proselytism Is “A very grave sin against ecumenism” “He, who had been she, but is he.”Our Lord Jesus Christ founded a single Church, the one true Roman Catholic and Apostolic Church, which is the sole Church of Christ, built on the rock of Peter; and he who refuses to enter it will perish forever. The Savior commanded the Church to teach all peoples, transmitting her doctrine of salvation, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Therefore, out of fidelity to her Divine Founder…

Saint José Luis Sánchez del Río: Hero for Christ the KingOur young saint lived in tumultuous times. The socialist government of Mexico was waging a bloody war against the Catholic Church, and fervent Catholics known as the Cristeros rose up to defend Christ the King. Their heroic resistance, La Cristiada, began in 1926. Among these Catholics we find the heroic figure of José Sánchez del Río.

Declaration of Fidelity to the Church’s Unchangeable Teaching on Marriage and to Her Uninterrupted DisciplineWe live in an age when numerous forces seek to destroy or deform marriage and the family. Indeed, secular ideologies take advantage of and aggravate the family’s crisis, the result of a process of cultural and moral decadence. This process leads Catholics to adapt to our neo-pagan society. Their “conforming to the world” (Rom. 12:2) is often fostered by a lack of faith—and therefore of supernatural spirit to accept the mystery of the Cross of Christ—and an absence of prayer and penance.

Can Ecumenism Justify the Pope’s Celebration of Luther’s Revolt?Can a theory change the historical reality of the facts? Can a theory be true if it contradicts the reality of the facts? In the name of ecumenism, some are now changing the reality of historical facts regarding the life and works of the heretic Martin Luther, condemned by Leo X in the Bulls Exurge Domine and Decet Romanum Pontificem (which excommunicated him) and by the decrees of the Council of Trent. According to this new “ecumenical” narrative, the apostate monk was a great and well-intentioned reformer…

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