Cardinal Walter Brandmuller

BREAKING: Cardinal Burke responds to Francis: We hand-delivered dubia letter to Pope’s residence

By John-Henry Westen ROME, June 21, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Speaking with Reuters in an interview which appeared yesterday, Pope Francis criticized Cardinal Raymond Burke and three other cardinals who joined him in begging the Pope for clarification on key issues of faith. The cardinals used the... read more

Pope issuing ‘fake news,’ or is it a ‘memory lapse’?

John-Henry Weston Blog, June 20, 2018 ROME, June 20, 2018 (LifeSiteNews.com) — Noted Vatican correspondent Edward Pentin tweeted today his reaction to Pope Francis’ statement that he learned of the dubia only “from the newspapers,” recalling that Pope Francis in fact “received the... read more

De Mattei: The religious war of the IV Century and of our times

By Roberto de Mattei, Corrispondenza Romana, April 25, 2018 The Church advances through history forever victorious, in accordance with the marvelous plans of God. The first three centuries reached their peak under Emperor Diocletian (284-305). All appeared to be lost. Discouragement was a... read more

Cardinal Zen – The Man Who Does Not Follow Cardinal Parolin’s Kowtow toward Secular Power

By Mathias Von Gersdorff,  April 11, 2018 On Saturday, 7 April 2018, two important events took place which seemed, to a superficial observer, to be utterly unrelated: In Rome, people gathered and discussed the topic “Catholic Church, where are you going?” Present were prominent prelates... read more

Vatican Rejects German Bishops’ Intercommunion Proposal

Sources confirm that, with the Holy Father’s approval, the Vatican’s head of doctrine has thrown out the bishops’ pastoral guide allowing Holy Communion for some Protestant spouses, but the Pope wishes the rejection letter to remain secret. Edward Pentin Blog, APR. 18, 2018 The... read more

Conference on Confusion in the Church: Final Declaration

Posted by Edward Pentin on Saturday Apr 7th, 2018 The six-point profession of faith, titled ‘We testify and confess,’ reaffirms the Church’s unchanging teaching in key areas. Cardinals, bishops, priests and lay faithful issued a declaration in Rome on Saturday in which they testified to... read more

Cardinal Müller: The Pope has no power to change Humanae Vitae

By Diane Montagna ROME, March 8, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) — The Pope has no power to change or relax the Church’s ban on artificial contraception, just as he can never allow women to be ordained, Cardinal Gerhard Müller said on Wednesday. The former prefect of the Congregation for the... read more

Cardinal Brandmuller on the German Bishops’ New “Wholly Dishonest Ploy”

By  Maike Hickson, March 6, 2018 In the wake of Cardinal Gerhard Müller’s recent strong rebuttal of the German bishops’ decision to admit Protestant spouses of Catholics, in individual cases, to Holy Communion, it is now Cardinal Walter Brandmüller who takes his own stance with regard to... read more

Cardinal Brandmüller on How the Dubia Should be Answered

By Maike Hickson, January 3, 2018 In a new 30 December interview with Armin Schwibach, the Rome Correspondent of the Austrian Catholic website Kath.net, German Cardinal Walter Brandmüller — one of the signatories of the dubia concerning Pope Francis’ document Amoris Laetitia — has again... read more

The Church betrays the Gospel if she prefers politics to God: Cardinal Brandmüller

By Diane Montagna December 13, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — “The more the Church gets taken up with politics and sets aside the reality of God, grace and sin, the more we betray the Gospel,” Cardinal Walter Brandmüller, one of the four ‘dubia’ cardinals, has said. Referring to a recent... read more

Dubia cardinal: a footnote cannot overrule the tradition of the Church

by Staff Reporter, 30 Oct 2017 Cardinal Brandmüller defended the dubia, saying that many people were concerned by the situation in the Church Cardinal Walter Brandmüller, one of the two living cardinals to have signed the dubia addressed to Pope Francis, has spoken out against the... read more