Indifferentism

Rather than Interfaith Prayer, Why Not Rogation Days?

By Brendan Buckley, OnePeterFive, May 18, 2020 As the COVID-19 pandemic continues deep into May, the majority of Catholics in Western society are still without public Masses. Some Catholics are without any sacraments at all, depending on the diocese. On May 14, the Pope Francis called all... read more

Pope’s co-signed document on God willing ‘diversity of religions’ celebrated on 1st anniversary

There's a strong push to spread the flawed message throughout the world in the name of 'tolerance' and fraternity' and as a charter for 'mutual respect.' By Jeanne Smits, LifeSiteNews, February 6, 2020 The first anniversary of Pope Francis signing the Abu Dhabi Document on Human Fraternity... read more

As evangelicals gain, Catholics on verge of losing majority in Brazil Feb 5, 2020

By Eduardo Campos Lima, National Catholic Reporter, February 5, 2020 A survey released in January showed that the percentage of Catholics in Brazil continues to decline, while the proportion of evangelicals has increased at a higher annual rate in the past few years. According to the... read more

Bishop Schneider: ‘The Pope cannot be silent as he watches the wolves devour the flock’

Bishop Athanasius Schneider speaks out against the German bishops’ ‘synodal path.’ By Diane Montagna, LifeSite News, February 3, 2020 Pope Francis has the duty to prevent bishops in Germany from leading clergy and faithful down the “synodal path” over the precipice of heresy,... read more
Lot and his family fleeing Sodom

Vatican publishes new book reducing ‘sin of Sodom’ to ‘lack of hospitality’

BY Diane Montagna, LifeSite News, December 19, 2019 ROME, December 19, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — In what many see as an effort to normalize homosexuality in the Catholic Church, the Vatican has released a new book that reduces the “sin of Sodom” (Genesis 19:1–29) to “a lack of... read more

The Idiosyncratic Pope Francis

By Eduardo J. Echeverria, Catholic Thing, November 25, 2019 Note: Professor Echeverria examines – and rejects – an attitude all too common in the Church today, even at the highest levels: that our mode of evangelization should be more accompanying people than proposing truth – which... read more