The Mayor of Rome just resigned. Ignazio Marino was the socialist who replaced the more or less decent Alemanno a couple of years ago. As a crazed social progressive militant expansionist, I’m among those who are not the least bit sorry to see him go.
A friend comments: When the Faith is proclaimed, a German bishop cries: As well they should. They’ve overplayed their hand. They should have settled for the continuing, incremental slide into indeterminancy, but Pope Francis (wittingly or unwittingly) drew them out from their cultural cover. Check
Joseph Sciambra is a Catholic man who used to be involved in the gay lifestyle and who now runs an apostolate to try to bring Jesus and the truth of the Catholic faith to gay men. He is just one of the many people who
The Remnant can be counted as one of the pillars of the Traditionalist Catholic movement in the Church, and they’re in trouble… My buddy Chris Ferrara writes today: The Remnant enjoys a level of influence in the Catholic world far out of its proportion to
via email: Mon, October 5, Dear Friends A Synod of Bishops has begun in which the Fathers’ speeches will be limited to 3 minutes and will not be made public; there will be no propositions for the Fathers to vote for or against; and the
Mike’s latest. “What’s it going to take, guys, for you to realise that something has gone really wrong…?” ~
They all sound vaguely familiar and more or less all have the same theme: that of “reconciling” opposed things. Like, “Yes, marriage is indissoluble, and yes, Our Lord said that you can’t get divorced and that a person who does that and gets “married” again
That’s all right. These things gotta happen every five years or so, ten years. Helps to get rid of the bad blood. Been ten years since the last one. You know, you gotta stop them at the beginning. Like they should have stopped Hitler at
Rorate Caeli User Actions Follow Rorate Caeli@RorateCaeli Grassi tells MSNBC he’s not the one that wanted this story out — the Vatican wanted it publicized and they made it public, not him 8:52 AM – 6 Oct 2015
A Vatican contact writes: Nota bene: Watch how the Synod is being orchestrated. First, there is a huge emphasis on unity and consensus. This was a theme hit upon over and over during the Pope’s address and during the interventions of Forte, Baldisseri and others.