How bishops are being bullied to drop homosexuality from the clergy abuse debate

[…] up for February. But there is evidence that leftists in the Church are employing the same tactics used by homosexual activists in order to stop conservative bishops from tackling homosexuality as “the root cause of so much sexual abuse,” as the former nuncio to the United States, Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, recommended. The summit, which will bring together all the presidents of the national bishops’ conferences around the world, poses a threat to leftists in the Church, particularly those in the Vatican hierarchy. The revolutionary agenda espoused by some is threatened especially by bishops from poor African nations where the […]
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Swiss Guard calls Vatican vax mandate ‘scandalous, inhumane’ after being ousted over jab refusal

[…] it, and it is truly intolerable to see the holy Vatican City come to this point!” “May St. Michael deign to always protect and defend the Holy City!” Udressy is not alone in his opposition to the COVID-19 vaccines on Catholic grounds. High ranking clergymen such as Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano and Bishop Athanasius Schneider have also expressed opposition to the abortion-tainted jabs. “The voice of the unborn children’s blood is crying to God from the abortion-tainted vaccines, from the abortion-tainted medicines,” Bishop Schneider stated in a February address. “So we have to protest against this and start a new movement in pharmaceutics, in medicine, with no connection, not the remotest, to […]
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Blizzard didn’t dampen spirits at DC March for Life’s youth rally and Mass

[…] at the Verizon Center was upbeat and energetic as Oregon-based singer, songwriter and youth leader Steve Angrisano and Nashville-based musician and composer PJ Anderson and his band led a rally before Mass. Cardinal Donald Wuerl, archbishop of Washington, DC, was the main celebrant, and the apostolic nuncio, Archbishop Carlos Maria Vigano, brought greetings from Pope Francis. Wuerl appeared shortly before Mass to welcome participants, including a group of disabled youngsters sitting in the front row, and young men from the Schola of DC’s Saint John Paul II Seminary. Homilist Seith urged youngsters not to measure themselves by the standards of […]
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