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As Facebook blocks ads (for being sexually provocative) that include photos of the Vatican's weird Nativity scene and Modern Nativity Inc., releases its blasphemous "Hipster Nativity" set, Michael Matt down in the catacombs comments on the gale force Modernist winds that have been blowing the Catholic Church off course for half a century or more. However, has Pope Francis gone too far? What are we to make of the latest news regarding Robert Cardinal Sarah? What about the New Mass: Has it contracted a terminal disease? The winds of change are blowing this Christmas—they bring bad news, yes, but also clear signs of hope and a worldwide Catholic awakening. Plus, you won't believe what William F. Buckley thought of the Council and its New Mass. Was he right, forty years ago when he called Pope Paul's New Mass a…..?
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Was it really necessary for the Vatican's Christmas Nativity scene to include a statue of a naked man? Pope Francis's call to correct the Lord's Prayer dominates international headlines and is met with resistance from both Catholic and Protestant groups. Plus, pro-life leaders throughout the world sign a Pledge of Fidelity to resist pastors—including Pope Francis—who deviate from Church teaching on marriage and the family.