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L'identité du prochain pape : notes d'un cardinal
EXCLUSIF

L'identité du prochain pape : notes d'un cardinal

Ecclesia 29_02_2024

Deux ans après le texte signé 'Demos' (dont il a été révélé par la suite qu'il avait été écrit par le Cardinal Pell), un nouveau document anonyme, lié au premier, définit les sept priorités du prochain Conclave pour réparer la confusion et la crise créées par ce Pontificat.
- L'identikit del prossimo Papa (I) II A Profile of the Next Pope (EN) II "Retrato robot" del próximo Papa (ES) II Identität des nächsten Papstes (D) II Identyfikacja następnego papieża (PL)


Another referendum in Ireland targets woman and marriage
FAMILY UNDER ATTACK

Another referendum in Ireland targets woman and marriage

On 8 March, a poll will take place to remove from the Constitution a woman’s right to stay home to look after her family and the uniqueness of the natural family.


Freemasonry, Staglianò's doublespeak
POLEMIC

Freemasonry, Staglianò's doublespeak

Pressed by the Daily Compass article, the President of the Pontifical Academy of Theology publishes the speech he gave at the Milan conference on Church and Freemasonry. It’s even clearer now that he indicates Fiducia Supplicans as the solution for Freemasons.


Alert: TV series "Hazbin Hotel" promotes demons
NEW SATANISM

Alert: TV series "Hazbin Hotel" promotes demons

A cartoon ("for adults") where the inhabitants of hell are the victims of an "evil" heaven in a diabolic reversal of good and bad. The International Association of Exorcists warns of the risks of normalising evil.


Jesuits make clean sweep after Rupnik disaster
WHITEWASH

Jesuits make clean sweep after Rupnik disaster

The dean of the Pontifical Oriental Institute, Father Ruyssen, sacked with immediate effect and sent away from Rome in the middle of the academic year is another sudden change and move. The Jesuits are shaking off 'difficult brethren'. It’s a repetition of the usual strategy: removing, instead of intervening.


Rupnik, former nun comes out: 'He took my virginity'
TURNING POINT

Rupnik, former nun comes out: 'He took my virginity'

In a press conference Gloria Branciani denounces increasingly aggressive and blasphemous sexual demands. A decisive step to shed light on the case of the Slovenian priest, which casts a shadow on the transparency of the current pontificate.


A Nobel at Pav praises and glorifies vaccine 'god'
QUESTIONABLE NOMINATION

A Nobel at Pav praises and glorifies vaccine 'god'

The Nobel Prize winner Katalin Karikó, who made mRNA resistant and thus also prolonged spike production, has joined the Pontifical Academy for Life. The Vatican continues to worship the vaccine god, losing still more credibility.


Immigration scandal, 'bogus Christians' game system to stay in UK
ASYLUM SEEKERS

Immigration scandal, 'bogus Christians' game system to stay in UK

Violence, murder, terrorism: tragic news events have lifted the veil on the phenomenon of 'bogus conversions' from Islam to obtain political asylum in England. Anglican Church under indictment.


Freemasonry wants a "mea culpa", Catholic Church commits examination of conscience
MEETING IN MILAN

Freemasonry wants a "mea culpa", Catholic Church commits examination of conscience

Not only Cardinal Coccopalmerio's proposal for a "permanent round table" of confrontation between the Church and Masonic lodges: at the meeting in Milan, Bishop Staglianò shatters the doctrinal approach and clears the way for openness in the name of Mercy.


"Dear Brother Masons": Archbishop of Milan takes his turn
MILAN EVENT

"Dear Brother Masons": Archbishop of Milan takes his turn

Tomorrow 16 February, the Grand Masters of the three Italian Masonic lodges are the protagonists of a seminar together with Monsignor Delpini, Cardinal Coccopalmerio and Bishop Staglianò, organised by GRIS. Questions are raised about the ambiguous nature of the dialogue, and Delpini forbids the presence of journalists.


Compunction: sorrow that brings us closer to God
ASH WEDNESDAY

Compunction: sorrow that brings us closer to God

Ecclesia 14_02_2024

There is a bad sorrow, full of bitterness, that leads to hell, but there is a good one that separates us from vices and opens the gates of heaven. On the occasion of Ash Wednesday we offer you an excerpt on the subject, taken from the current issue of our monthly apologetic training magazine La Bussola monthly.


Canada scores world record for organ donation euthanasia
THE CONNECTION

Canada scores world record for organ donation euthanasia

The country ruled by liberal Trudeau sees an increase in the use of euthanasia and assisted suicide. And it ranks first in organ donations from patients who resort to Maid. The Church defends its hospitals against mandatory euthanasia.