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Cardinal Sarah: The new revolutionaries are trying to destroy the Christian family

People once again need to rise up like the Vendée Catholics and Royalists, the cardinal added

Cardinal Sarah: The new revolutionaries are trying to destroy the Christian family

People once again need to rise up like the Vendée Catholics and Royalists, the cardinal added

Modern Catholics ‘too wishy-washy’, says Scottish archbishop

‘We accommodate. We compromise. We avoid conflict — even when conflict is the only proper course,’ Archbishop Tartaglia wrote

Syriac patriarch says West has ‘betrayed’ Middle East Christians

“We’ve been not only abandoned by the Western countries, we have been betrayed”

Nigerian cardinal criticises attempts to relax Communion rules

Amoris Laetitia clearly reaffirms the traditional doctrine of the church, Cardinal Onaiyekan said

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Multiple deaths after tree falls during Nossa Senhora do Monte festival in Madeira

At least 13 people have died after a tree fell on crowds gathered outside a church

Catholics now outnumber Anglicans — in jail

Inmates with no religion are the largest group, however

Scotland is still suspicious of Catholics, says archbishop

Archbishop Tartaglia said secularists view Catholicism as the single biggest threat to their worldview

Former EU president criticises Pope Francis over euthanasia ban

Herman van Rompuy implied the Pope should stay out of the Brothers of Charity controversy

Australian inquiry: priests should face criminal charges for not reporting abuse heard in confession

The report called for legislation to criminalise priests who fail to break the seal of the confessional

Catholic Guam celebrates Mass amid nuclear threat

Priests in the island’s 26 churches offered prayers for peace

Bishops ask for peace after white nationalist rally turns violent

‘In the last 24 hours, hatred and violence have been on display in the city of Charlottesville,’ Bishop Francis DiLorenzo said


Macron’s popularity is collapsing as France faces a winter of upheaval

Archbishop Georges Pontier’s call for a national unity will likely go unheeded as the nation heads for strikes and social unrest

Amid the outcry over Charlottesville, one archbishop’s words stand out

‘If we want a different kind of country in the future, we need to start today with a conversion in our own hearts’

Sometimes the Church has to be tough

Michael Voris is a divisive figure, but he would say the Church herself is deeply divided

Violating the seal of the confessional will not help abuse victims

If the Australian Royal Commission get their way, no one will ever want to confess abuse again

Why Anglo-Catholics don’t join the Ordinariate

Theology aside, there are practical and personal reasons why we High Anglicans don’t become Catholic

St Clare and St Francis show us what we can achieve through prayer and fasting

The saints were given to long periods of seclusion, silence, prayer and fasting

The philosopher who poisoned German theology

Modern German Catholic thought is influenced by a heretical view of God’s nature

It’s not just converts who are worried about the Church

A supposed ‘neurosis’ does not explain why so many Catholics have concerns about the present state of affairs

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We should never forget the true horror of nuclear war

Nagasaki was like scene out of hell when the atomic bomb hit

The real reason Catholics can’t be Freemasons

The principles of Freemasonry are fundamentally incompatible with Catholic teaching

Money can’t save German Catholicism

The German Church is wealthy but in dramatic decline. Only a new ‘Reformation’ can save it