FaceBook 48x48   Twitter 48x48   Feed 48x48

Announcing

Catholic Action

 

Saturday, October 13, 2018

The Canonization Crisis – Part II

See Part I HERE

ohemgeeCan a Canonization Be Based on Dubiously-Miraculous “Miracles”?

Tomorrow, October 14, Pope Bergoglio, having already authorized Holy Communion for public adulterers and declared the death penalty immoral—flatly contradicting bimillennial Church teaching and practice in both cases—will declare that both Paul VI and Oscar Romero are saints the universal Church must venerate as such. Yet Paul VI unleashed an unprecedented liturgical debacle and the post-conciliar revolution in general, over which he spent the rest of his life weeping and wringing his hands while faith and discipline rapidly collapsed all around him. Whereas Romero, a complex figure one cannot honestly call a Marxist, was not assassinated on account of hatred of the Faith as such, but rather on account of his public agitation against the government of El Salvador, then in the midst of a civil war with Marxist revolutionaries. Nor has it ever been determined with certainty which side of the conflict was responsible for his murder, for which no one has ever been prosecuted or even identified definitively as a suspect.

Published in Remnant Articles

Search

Headline News Around the World

[See More Headline News]

Current Preview


Preview the latest Remnant Newspaper Print Edition

Catholic Identity Conference

Log in below to view the Catholic Identity Conference videos on-demand



Forgot your password?