Precedents of this pontificate suggest that the conclusions of the Synod will become Magisterium without requiring the Pope's intervention with a post-synodal Exhortation. It’s another sign of a break with tradition.
The video of an SS veteran being applauded by Zelensky, Trudeau and the entire Canadian House of Commons is not a Russian propaganda ploy. The mistake is fruit of ignorance of the history of the "killing fields" occupied by Hitler and Stalin.
The preparation for the Synod which opens on 4 October is scarcely participated by the People of God. On the other hand, there’s growing conflict among those involved. Not exactly a good start.
The European grain market has been flooded with Ukrainian wheat, creating a crisis for the agriculture markets in Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania and Slovakia. Poland, the most generous country in terms of aid to Ukraine is now threatened politically and economically by Kiev.
A few months after Pope Francis met with former President Bill Clinton and Alex Soros (George's heir), in a private audience, a newly released video message consolidates the relationship between the pope and the former president. Notably, however, Clinton and Soros are the major sponsors of abortion in the world.
“Rupnik and Sr Ivanka Hosta are very dangerous, they must be stopped permanently.” “Many nuns are still paying for the abuse they suffered, we have never had any help, neither material nor psychological." "The bishops must understand that hiding evil destroys the Church." In an exclusive interview, Fabrizia Raguso tells her story to the Daily Compass. She is one of the Slovenian Jesuit’s victims and among the first to give birth to the Loyola Community.
The Financial Times, the City of London newspaper, predicts a grim future for Italy’s Giorgia Meloni government. As it’s reminiscent of the same newspaper's condemnation of the Silvio Berlusconi government in 2011, one wonders, is the analysis impartial or dictated by a political agenda? Interestingly, the second hypothesis is not so far-fetched.
Two days after the meeting between the Pope and the director of the Aletti Centre, the diocese of Rome speaks of a “healthy community life devoid of particular criticalities”. Notably, the sexually abused women continue to be forgotten and voiceless.
The G20 summit held in New Delhi on 9 and 10 September marked an important shift in the political balance. It not only affirms India as a world power, but the entry of the global South among the world's greats. The West must realise that its power is now shared.
ST, the 19-year-old British girl engaged in a legal battle against doctors who wanted to put her to death because she was incurable, has died of a heart attack. Her sad story is exemplary in understanding the abyss into which the West is falling.
Google is on trial for the first time in its history. The Web giant is accused of abusing its dominant position, accounting for 90% of online searches. The American judiciary aims to prove that it has violated anti-monopoly rules. The future of the Web depends on it.
The US Conference of Catholic Bishops has reacted strongly to Biden’s regulation limiting subsidies for failure to conform to transgender ideology in social and charitable services. It puts religious freedom at risk.