Bp. Barron hit with massive backlash after praising pro-LGBT Fr. James Martin

‘Fr. Martin is a winsome guide to all those who want to deepen their friendship with the Lord,’ Barron wrote. By Doug Mainwaring October 31, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) — Bishop Robert Barron, an auxiliary bishop for Los Angeles and founder of the popular “Word on Fire” ministry,... read more

Substitutes for Thought

By Fr. Gerald E. Murray, August 22, 2020 “Liberalism reduces Christianity to slogans; slogans are a substitute for thought.” That’s how Dartmouth College English professor and National Review editor the late Jeffrey Hart, my revered teacher and friend, thus categorized the... read more

German archbishop who claims homosexuality is ‘normal’ doesn’t know science: Psychologist

By Gerard van den Aardweg, Ph.D December 17, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – According to Archbishop Heiner Koch, the German “synodal road” on sexual matters must start “without prejudices”, but not, however “without knowledge of the state of the [human] sciences”. Apparently, this supposed... read more

A Trojan Horse in the Pontifical Biblical Commission

By Fr. Gerald E. Murray, Catholic Thing, December 26, 2019 In his 1967 classic defense of the Catholic Faith against modern errors, Trojan Horse in the City of God, Dietrich von Hildebrand wrote: “With a religion the only question that can matter is whether or not it is true. The question of... read more

LGBT leader paid sex abuse victim not to testify, Oregon authorities say

By Kevin Jones, Catholic News Agency, November 5, 2019 Terry Bean, a leading investor, LGBT advocate and political fundraiser, has been arrested in Oregon following allegations that he and his lawyer unlawfully paid $200,000 to prevent court testimony from a man who accused Bean and his... read more

Vatican walks tightrope on China, comes on strong with Germany and confession

By: John L. Allen Jr., CRUX, July 2, 2019 ROME - Now that we’re in the dog days of summer, this year featuring record high temperatures across Europe, one might think the Vatican would be entering a “mad dogs and Englishmen” sort of lull. However, that’s not the nature of the Pope... read more

The Disorder of “Differently Ordered”

By Hudson Byblow, October 19, 2018 Recently, it has come to light that some Catholics are seeking to change the wording in the Catechism of the Catholic Church by replacing the word “disordered” with the phrase “differently ordered.” I believe that this intention is, in and of itself,... read more

Of Dante and Our Current Crisis

By Anthony Esolen, October 4, 2018 In these bad days I have called to mind Dante’s Inferno.  I think of the structure of the City of Dis, the Hell within Hell.  Outside of its miserable walls are punished those sinners who gave in to immoderate desires for things that are naturally good,... read more

Indian High Court Says Sodomy is International Human Right

By Stefano Gennarini, J.D. | September 13, 2018 NEW YORK, September 14 (C-Fam) India’s highest court struck down the nation’s sodomy laws last week after the country’s legislature declined to do so. The court cited among other sources retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony... read more