Cardinal News: Burke banished, Wuerl wins, Kasper caves (on public adultery). Meanwhile, the 'Godmother of Punk" and Sister Cristina get invited by the Pope to come and perform at the Vatican. In heaven's name, what is going on in Rome!
Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton raise arms after Clinton addressed the Planned Parenthood Action Fund in Washington D.C., June 10.
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Michael Matt and Christopher Ferrara consult moral theology, historical precedents and practical considerations in order to answer the fundamental question: Can Catholics in good conscience vote for Donald Trump?
Michael Matt in Rome comments on today's Synod on the Family press conference which lets the cat out of the bag. This Synod is Pope Francis's attempt to create a new Church--a new synodal Church that will listen to sinners and marginalize saints. Mater? Si! Magistra? Forget about it! SHOW MORE
Down in the catacombs, Michael Matt discusses the latest front in the war against God: the gender war.
Fifty years ago traditional Catholics were speaking out against women dressing as men. Were they stark raving mad?
Today, such talk is ridiculed as dangerous fundamentalism, of course, but given the fact that we now have a massive attempt to blur the lines between women and men and boys and girls, maybe the traditionalists were onto something.
SUNDAY SERMON. Father offers commentary on Satan's recorded words in Holy Scripture, especially his desperate attempt to tempt Christ in the desert. Why did St. Augustine call the Cross "Satan's trap"?
Father continues his series on the traditional teaching and understanding of Scripture's most fundamental lessons. This week we learn all about the many different epiphanies of Christ which are celebrated during Christmastide, and how they reflect the foundational elements of salvation history.
Michael Matt compares the rabid approach to the Society of St. Pius X on the part of CMTV to that of the very mainstream Catholic Herald this week, and asks one simple question: What is Michael Voris really up to? (Our apologies for the poor audio quality of this episode. Itâ€™s damp down here in the catacombs tonight, and I guess one of our mics didn't like that at all. Thanks for your patience. )