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Sandro Magister’s take on the Jesuit-9

Republished from L’Espresso, written by Sandro Magister. Incredible but true. Just now now when in a few decades it has lost a good half of its forces, the Society of Jesus has surged to the heights of command of the Catholic Church as never before. Francis’s story is well known. He is the first Jesuit… More

Ghana’s Bishop opposes Freemasonry

After a Ghanian MP publicly stated that he was a Catholic and a Freemason, Bishop Joseph Osei-Bonsu went public to clarify the Church’s stance. The MP, Alexander Afenyo-Markin, said that he hadn’t been sanctioned by the Church and that the President of Ghana is also a Catholic and a Mason. said “Freemasonry is a fraternal… More

A More Authoritative List of Ecclesiastical Masons from 1976

Some time ago, we looked at the notorious “P2” list of Freemasons and speculated that this specimen was fake, perhaps created by a high-ranking Mason for his own nefarious purposes. That list lacked the names of Ecclesiastical Freemasons, of whom there are alleged to have been not a few, operating within the Vatican from at… More

The Bad, The Ugly and the Good

Bleak realism and supernatural hope from Michael Hichborn of the Lepanto Institute. Apologies if the video has been showing “not available”, hopefully that is fixed now.

Archbishop Comensoli, won’t you ever learn?

Catholics gushing over Archbishop Peter Comensoli’s recent slightly-bishopy comments about the sacking of Essendon’s CEO, should perhaps have remained a little more circumspect. One pro-life comment maketh not the man! For those who may not know, Andrew Thorburn was sacked from his position as CEO of the football club due to his supposedly conservative Christian… More

“New exegesis” suggests sodomy is not a sin.

There’s never a shortage of controversy when James Martin is involved – now he’s featuring theologians who are trained in the art of de-abominising sodomy. It’s all on his new, heretical website, Outreach, of course: the place to be when you kind of want to go to heaven but have no intention of giving up… More

A “hypothetical” papal resignation

Is good old Rome Reports providing some predictive programming? Protocols surrounding papal resignations have been around since the time of John Paul II, and Pope Bergoglio has made no secret of the possibility that he could resign at some stage. Liberal Catholic media outlets love to throw the cat among the pigeons (usually on slow… More

Catholics to invoke any old god for Climate Justice

“There’s no justice, there’s just us.” That barely-relevant slogan once graced the side of a building I had to pass by frequently and it came to my mind as I pondered the latest time-wasting venture from Australia’s failing hierarchy: prayers for the end of fossil fuels. Who on earth comes up with these ideas? Most… More

Italian Bishop has no scruples about going to the Lodge

According to LifeSite news, the Bishop was “astonished” at the backlash he received after cutting the ribbon at the opening of a new Masonic temple. “Synodality”, he cried. “…. astonishment, bewilderment and bitterness are aroused by the instrumental reading, deliberately misunderstood and misinterpreted, of Bishop Soddu’s presence at this circumstance.” The diocese further claimed that the bishop’s… More

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