Headline News Around the World
- Pro-Abortion Advocate Paul Ehrlich to Speak at Vatican Conference Posted on: Saturday, January 14, 2017
- Edward Peters Nails It: What About Canon 915? Posted on: Wednesday, January 11, 2017
- Bishop Schneider on the Unholy Craft: Freemasonry and the Roots of Christophobia Posted on: Monday, January 9, 2017
- Pray for Bishop Bernard Fellay's Father Posted on: Friday, January 6, 2017
"And peace to the children, on this special day on which God became a child, above all those deprived of the joys of childhood because of hunger, wars or the selfishness of adults.” - Pope Francis’ Christmas Urbi et Orbi Message 2016
Indeed, Pope Francis. The joys of childhood are deprived to the victims of clergy sexual abuse by the selfishness of adults. Despite his global popularity, the reality is that Francis is all talk, and no action when dealing with clerical child sex abuse. Not surprisingly, as the novelist, V.S. Naipaul observed about Argentines, “it is the Argentine attitude to suppress and ignore.”
“Because that which is known of God is manifest in them. For God hath manifested it unto them.” [Douay-Rheims translation, Romans 1:19]
The days of yore – traditional Catholicism – effectively ended on July 17, 1967.
Why? On that date Pope Saint Pius X’s comprehensive Oath Against Modernization was replaced with a tepid Profession of Faith. Arguably, the tepid Profession of Faith reopened the modernist floodgates on July 17, 1967 – and is a day that will live in modernist infamy.
A collateral issue is whether the Sacred Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith’s tepid Profession of Faith actually abrogated (I.e., did away with) Pius X’s Motu Proprio Oath Against Modernization. This is an issue best left to canon lawyers and Cardinals…
It bears repeating that on September 8, 1907, Pope Saint Pius X did not mince words when he wrote Pascendi Dominici Gregisabout Catholic modernists: