In this first two-part episode of The Bishop Strickland Show, Bishop Joseph Strickland discusses the fallout from Cardinal Victor Fernández book on orgasms, his relationship with the late Cardinal George Pell, vocations, and more.
The entire world is reacting to the dark influences behind the newly discovered X-rated book authored by Pope Francis’ right-hand man, Cardinal Victor Fernández, architect of Fiducia Supplicans — the document allowing for the blessing of same-sex “couples.” The LGBT agenda within Pope Francis’ Shadow Church is being exposed on all fronts — and powerful prelates like Cardinal Robert Sarah and Archbishop Carlos Maria Viganò are also pushing back. In fact, Cardinal Sarah has strongly rejected Cardinal Fernández’s LGBT agenda — even invoking its apparent “heresy.” HELP US FIGHT THE LIES OF THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA AND SPREAD THE TRUTH AROUND […]
Five brave Catholic cardinals have openly questioned Pope Francis in a brand-new series of “dubia,” marking a clear moment of conservative uprising within the Catholic Church. Cardinals Raymond Burke, Walter Brandmüller, Robert Sarah, Joseph Zen, and Juan Sandoval Íñiguezto issued a bombshell letter to Pope Francis — expressing grave concerns to Pope Francis about the Synod on Synodality. The Vatican’s response gives every indication that faithful Catholics across the world should be concerned about Sacred Tradition, the future of the Latin Mass, and the globalist uprising of climate change alarmism. The Synod on Synodality’s globalist agenda is coming into full […]
Instead of truth presented with Christ's compassion, Pope Francis presents human compassion tinged with ambiguity, a formula which obscures the truth – which is never ambiguous – and a clear path forward out of the world and to Christ.
No authority in the Church ‘has the power to transform this divine gift to adapt it and reduce its transcendent value to the cultural and environmental field,’ the renowned Guinean cardinal said about the priesthood.
On this week's episode of The Bishop Strickland Show, Bishop Joseph Strickland praises other bishops for speaking out against Cardinal Robert McElroy and his heterodox remarks undermining Catholic moral theology, and then explains how defending the fullness of truth brings us joy and peace.
‘St. Peter’s Basilica should be an example for the liturgy of the whole Church. But these new rules impose criteria that would not be tolerated in any other place, in that they violate common sense as much as they do the laws of the Church.’
Also, Pope Francis has retired Cardinal Sarah, the Catholic laity in Australia have courageously defended their Cathedral against profanation, and a traditional nun has found a bishop to accept the opening of a convent.