Bishops Of The World Called To Act Against The Pope, Cardinal Wuerl And The Papal Foundation, Competing Visions Of The Catholic World View, Maike Hickson Interview with George Neumayr, Pope Francis Accused of Heresy by Theologians and Clergy, Pope Francis Is Accused Of Heresy, Pope Francis News, Pope's plan to overhaul Roman Curia, Saint Antoninus The Economist From Florence, Saint Catherine Of Siena, Something Dire Is Wring With This Pope, The Heresy Of A Super Dicastery, The Pathetic Post-Synodal Exhortation to the Youth, The Prophesy Of Saint Francis On The Pope, The Remnant, The Sense Of The Faithful, Traditional Roman Catholic News, Vatican News Round Up
Pope Francis Publicly Accused of the Crime of Heresy: Bishops of the World Called Upon to Act —By Brian McCall On Catholic Family News
Pope Francis Accused of Heresy by Clergy and Theologians – Open letter urges bishops to Condemn Doctrinal Errors – On CMTV
Pope Francis Accused of Heresy by Theologians and Clergy – On EP
“One of the Worst Crises in the History of the Catholic Church” – By Julia Meloni On Crisis Magazine
JORGE’S HEROES: The Dirty War and a Dirty Beatification – On The Remnant Newspaper
Vatican Revamp Unease Growing Over Pope’s plan to overhaul Roman Curia – On CMTV
VATICAN NEWS ROUNDUP – On The Remnant Newspaper
Maike Hickson Interview with George Neumayr, Author of The Political Pope – On OnePeterFive
And another new book on Pope Francis’ election reveals the main kingmakers | By Maike Hickson On LifeSite
Corruption of Pope Francis’ reform chief revealed in groundbreaking new book | News | LifeSite
According to the widow of a former ambassador to the Vatican for Honduras, Pope Francis’ reform chief Cardinal Óscar Rodríguez Maradiaga has maintained an abusive and mafia-like regime in Honduras for decades, promoting false investment schemes, diverting money from the local university and from the government to shadowy and immoral purposes, and ruthlessly protecting his corrupt auxiliary bishop, who was forced to resign in 2018 following accusations of sexual abuse of seminarians.
Vatican “Super Dicastery”: A Papal Promise Fulfilled? – On OnePeterFive
Post-Synodal Exhortation to the Youth: A Pathetic Document – FSSPX.News
Pope Francis moves gay man to tears with consoling words about homosexuality and dignity | News | LifeSite
Were We Given Prophetic Warnings About Pope Francis? And The Saint Francis Prophesy – On EP
More On The Topic From The Most Recent Archived Post On The Link Below
News Round Up On Pope Francis – With Our Preface Remarks On The Holy Father | TCE |
And The Latest From All Of Pope Francis’ Prelates
Bishop Oscar Miñarro, A Revolutionary like Francis by Salwa Bachar
This beach-Mass Bishop promotes homo unions, abortion, inculturation etc.
Swiss Bishop Doesn’t Need Sexual Morality of the Church – On The Eponymous Flower
Catholic Bishops Bolster Buttigieg Bluster – On CMTV
How Cardinal Wuerl Misled the Papal Foundation | Matthew B. O’Brien | On First Things
Clown Priest Comes Along As Easter Egg – On gloria.tv
‘Competing Visions’ of How to Be Catholic? Or Just Schism? -On OnePeterFive
Saint Catherine of Siena to the Pope: “Don’t believe in the counsels of the devil! – On Rorate Caeli
May 2 – The Economist – Saint Antoninus – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites
Saint Antoninus was an Archbishop and a prophet that saw the era of protestantism coming -He saw a time when they would attempt to break the relationship between Church and State in order to remake the economy into a new Christianity that would support a for profit only world view, unseat Christendom and Christian Monarchies
The Corporatist Remedy to Economic Liberalism – On The Society District of the USA
Why have so many Catholics shied away from the corporatist remedy to our ever-present economic ills? While a full answer cannot be provided here, no doubt the general state of doctrinal confusion wrought by the Second Vatican Council deserves a hefty share of the blame. Although it is commendable that certain writings of the post-Vatican II popes have called back to the principles articulated by the likes of Leo XIII and Pius XI, other less guarded declarations, such as those routinely made by Pope Francis, have led some Catholics to view the Church’s social doctrine as suggestive rather than binding.
Fresco of The alms of Sant’Antonio Pierozzi in the Church of San Domenico, Torino, Italy.