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Catholic Fighting Men in America Launch Crusade Against Communism

The Flight 93 Situation Back in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election, Michael Anton of the Claremont Review of Books, writing under a pseudonym, penned an article comparing the situation of that election to the situation faced by the passengers of Flight 93 on 9/11. In his own words, the calculation was thus: Storm…

Lawsuit Against Rome’s “NAC” & NY Archdiocese Alleges “Predatory Homosexuality”

A new lawsuit, filed earlier this month by a former seminarian in the Archdiocese of New York, alleges homosexual predation at the North American College — known colloquially as the “NAC” (pronounced “nack”) — in Rome. The suit also accuses Cardinal Dolan of having “ignored complaints” concerning said predation, “and to have ‘covered up’ for…

2021 March For Life Cancelled; March Organizers Are Promoting a “Virtual March”

CNA has the story today on the March for Life going Virtual for 2021. It was sadly predictable, but still a significant first: The 2021 March for Life will take place virtually, organizers announced Friday. The March for Life Education and Defense Fund, the organization behind the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., said…

Vatican: It Is Urgent That The Faithful Return To Mass As Soon As Possible

In a new directive from Cardinal Sarah, Prefect of the Congregation For Divine Worship and the Sacraments, published with the approval of Pope Francis, Catholics are urged to recognize that virtual participation in the liturgy and the life of the Church is not a replacement for the real thing. The letter, published today, is entitled,…

Msgr. Georg Ratzinger, Brother to Pope Benedict XVI, Has Died

On Wednesday of this week, Msgr. Georg Ratzinger, the older brother of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, passed away. At age 96, the elder Ratzinger brother had recently been hospitalized in Regensburg, and in a visit that made international headlines, Joseph Ratzinger, the former pope, left Rome for the first time since his abdication to visit…

Leaked Draft of Amazon Exhortation Strikes Blow Against Clerical Celibacy

According to a new report at Corrisepondenza Romana, the Catholic news agency run by the eminent Church historian & author Professor Roberto de Mattei, the post synodal apostolic exhortation on the Amazon Synod, which is expected to be promulgated very soon, is now, based on a partially leaked text, expected to strike a definitive blow…

Archbishop Viganò Accuses Archbishop Gänswein of Abusive and Systematic Control of Benedict XVI

As the controversy surrounding the former pope’s contribution to a new book about clerical celibacy has shifted, in part, to the role of the personal secretary of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI and prefect of the papal household, Archbishop Georg Gänswein, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò has accused Gänswein of “abusively and systematically” exercising control “towards the…

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