Before the Colloquium, “Quo vadis, Church?”: Card. Burke

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On the eve of the colloquium, “Quo vadis, Church?”, which was held in Rome on April 7, 2018, two of the participants—Cardinal Burke and Italian Senator Pera—granted interviews to the press in which they show what is really at stake in the current debate over the doctrinal confusion that prevails in the Church.

Weakened by Mass De-Christianization, Two Canadian Dioceses

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Pope Francis has unified “in the person of the bishop” two dioceses that will now become one. This decision was motivated by the “decline in the numbers of the clergy and in religious practice”.

Canadian Church Wary of the Canadian Catholic Organization f

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Cardinal Thomas Collins, archbishop of Toronto, following the example of several other Canadian bishops, has decided to block the funds raised by the diocesan “ShareLife” collection to benefit the Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace (CCODP).

Alfie Evans Dies at Liverpool Hospital

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“My gladiator lay down his shield and gained his wings at 2:30,” announced the little boy’s father on Facebook. Alfie’s death at the hospital, despite the repeated appeals from the pope and the Italian government to transfer him to Rome, brought to a close a week of intense struggle both in the media and in the courts.

Facebook Apologizes but Makes No Real Change in Censoring Ca

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The CEO of Facebook appeared on April 11, 2018, before a U.S. Congress committee to answer several questions, in particular the repeated censorship of several pages whose content’s only wrong was that it was Catholic.

Canada: Must the Pope Repent for the Treatment of Indigenous

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The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CECC) does not believe that the Pope should apologize for the affair of the “indigenous schools,” it announced in a press conference on April 18, 2018, in Ottawa.

Benedict XVI Called "Panzer" by the Official Germa

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On March 21, 2018, the website Katholisch published a column against the pope emeritus under the title “the return of the Panzer Cardinal”. It was meant as a response to the reservations Benedict XVI voiced about a famous progressivist theologian.

New Issue of The Angelus Explores Christianity in Russia

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In Russia, the era of Communist atheism has given way to a privileged relationship between the state and the Orthodox Church. 

Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris is Crumbling - Is Paid Admissi

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With its construction started nearly a millenium ago, France's most famous cathedral has withstood invasions, wars, and revolution. Now weather and grime are its greatest enemies.

Bishop Schneider Condemns the “Pastoral Accompaniment” that

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Interviewed on January 31, 2018 by Pete Baklinski for Life Site News, Bishop Athanasius Schneider, auxiliary bishop of Astana in Kazakhstan, denounced the idea of so-called “pastoral” provisions that allow communion for the divorced and “remarried.”