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Worldwide appeal to cardinals and bishops: stop Fiducia Supplicans
PETITION

Worldwide appeal to cardinals and bishops: stop Fiducia Supplicans

Ecclesia 02_02_2024

The blessing of gay couples subverts Catholic doctrine. Many Pastors forbid its application and now ask the Pope to revoke the Declaration. Illustrious signatures from all over the world launch a document, and to which it is possible to adhere.


Our Lady of Good Success, prophecies for our times
ECUADOR

Our Lady of Good Success, prophecies for our times

On 2 February, 430 years ago, the cycle of apparitions of "Mary of Good Success" began with the appearance of the Blessed Virgin to Sister Mariana of Jesus, today a Servant of God, leaving us prophecies - many already fulfilled, others to come - about the Church and the world today.


Gay couples, Pope’s contortions to avoid telling truth
FIDUCIA SUPPLICANS

Gay couples, Pope’s contortions to avoid telling truth

In interview after interview, Pope Francis pulls out all stops to defend the Declaration on blessings to homosexual couples, and tries to corroborate a false narrative to muddy the waters.


European Green Deal destroys agriculture and threatens the environment
FARMERS PROTEST : 2

European Green Deal destroys agriculture and threatens the environment

Drastic cuts in pesticides, the extension of organic farming, and the reduction of cultivated land are measures aimed at a 'degrowth' that threatens the whole of society. Brussels must re-open a dialogue with the agricultural world.


EU attack against farmers is self-defeating
FARMERS PROTEST : 1

EU attack against farmers is self-defeating

The agricultural sector not only ensures food security, but also absorbs four times the carbon dioxide it emits while protecting land. Yet, European institutions are heavily penalising farmers in the name of an illusory climate 'salvation'.


Abducted nuns released in Haiti, witnesses of faith amid social chaos
MISSION

Abducted nuns released in Haiti, witnesses of faith amid social chaos

World 28_01_2024 Anna Bono

The release of six nuns a week after being kidnapped turns the spotlight on a country held hostage by armed gangs and reduced to starvation. In 2023 alone there were almost 2,500 kidnappings and 5,000 murders.


Suspicious funds and dubious priests plague Bishop Viganò's hermitage
ITALY

Suspicious funds and dubious priests plague Bishop Viganò's hermitage

The money raised to host the nuns of Pienza (who will not reside there) will allow the renovation of an ancient convent in the Viterbo area in Italy, inhabited by former Familia Christi priests, who reject ecclesiastical authority. But, the project, launched in ambiguity, is Monsignor Viganò baby.


Criticising the Pope is lawful, here’s how
THE ISSUE

Criticising the Pope is lawful, here’s how

Criticism of the Pope is morally licit because he too can make mistakes, except when he speaks ex cathedra. The Bible, the Magisterium and canon law provide for it. But, it must respect the principle of proportion and be guided by prudence and charity.


Orgasms and genitals: Fernández's hot texts continue to surface
Pornotheology

Orgasms and genitals: Fernández's hot texts continue to surface

La pasión mística, the 'hidden' book by the Prefect of the Doctrine of the Faith, which recently caused a stir, was not a youthful mistake. After 1998, there are three other books by 'Tucho' that have questionable chapters.


Court tests abortion and prayer ban in England
TRIAL ADAM SMITH-CONNOR

Court tests abortion and prayer ban in England

A three day hearing and the best lawyers in the United Kingdom to collect a hundred pound fine: this is how the Adam Smith-Connor’s trial brought by the Bournemouth Town Council became the watershed in the abortionist fight against freedom of religion and thought.


Is Hell empty? Jesus says no
GOSPEL WARNING

Is Hell empty? Jesus says no

In the pope’s words pronounced on TV, there is the drama of a Church that in the name of a misunderstood mercy does more to "excuse" than to evangelise. But the "door is narrow", the Lord warns.


In memory of Cardinal Pell: a living martyr of the faith
INTERVIEW / FR. JOSEPH HAMILTON

In memory of Cardinal Pell: a living martyr of the faith

On the first anniversary of the death of the Australian cardinal, his secretary offers the Daily Compass his personal testimony on the man he called "a confessor of the Church". Pell was close in life as even in death to Benedict XVI.