Scandal

Influential German Jesuit Behind Synodal Path Finally Steps Down

Although his retirement was announced last year, Father Hans Langendörfer delayed his departure due to the COVID-19 crisis. By Edward Pentin, National Catholic Register, January 9, 2021 BONN, Germany — After announcing his resignation last February, one of the most influential figures in... read more

MR. BIDEN AND THE MATTER OF SCANDAL

By Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap.. First Things, December 4, 2020Readers may recall that during the 2004 presidential campaign, Sen. John Kerry led the Democratic ticket. As a Catholic, Kerry held certain policy views that conflicted with the moral beliefs of his Church. This led to internal... read more

The Continuing Scandal of the McCarrick Doctrine

By Fr. Jerry Pokorsky, Catholic Culture, November 30, 2020 Students of Catholic moral teaching discover what the most simple of faithful Catholics intuitively know. There is an impressive, coherent, logical unity to God’s law as we know it through Church teaching. Failures of vigilance and... read more

Pope Francis praises nun for opening ‘trans home’ for men claiming to be women, calls them ‘girls’

Pope Francis told the 'nun of the trans' that 'God who did not go to the seminary or study theology will repay you abundantly. I pray for you and your girls.' By Doug Mainwaring NEUQUÉN, Argentina, August 18, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – After a controversial nun opened in Argentina a residence... read more

Denying communion to Joe Biden was ‘right and just,’ Cardinal says

By Leonardo Blair, Christian Post, January 14, 2020 Influential American Catholic Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke, who is a member of the Vatican's highest court, says a recent decision by a South Carolina priest to deny communion to Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe... read more