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THE REVOLUTION OF Pope Francis is far more vulnerable than he wants the world to think it is. By his own admission, Francis set out to fundamentally change the Church founded by Christ Himself, whose doctrine is based on Holy Writ and whose praxis is rooted in 2000 years of Catholic Tradition.

Even despite Vatican II, such papal hubris is unprecedented in the history of the Church and is bound to encounter significant opposition.

Today, February 12, 2020, we have been given welcome proof of the extent to which this pontificate has jumped the shark.

The Catholic Herald is reporting that the notorious heretic Reinhard Cardinal Marx is stepping aside as chairman of the German Bishops’ Conference:

The Archbishop of Munich and Freising said in a statement that it was time for the “younger generation” to take charge when the bishops meet for their spring General Assembly early next month.

Cardinal Marx pointed out that if he were to serve a second term, he would be 72 by the time it finished, almost at retirement age.

“I was very happy to hold the office of chairman of the German Bishops’ Conference, but ‘everything has its time’,” the cardinal said.

Marx has been chairman of the German Bishops’ Conference since March 2014, and has served as Archbishop of Munich and Freising since 2008.

Good riddance, Excellency. We trust that Our Lady and the Acies Ordinata played a part in your decision to do the right thing:

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From the Editor’s Desk, Michael Matt covers the latest Vatican attack on President Donald Trump. 

Team Francis kicked off this election year with a Vatican conference that targeted Trump by name and the United States in general as THE number one impasse to the construction of the globalists’ new world order.

As further evidence of our ongoing contention that there's a worldwide awakening going on where Pope Francis is concerned, even the National Review is recognizing the massive infiltration of the Catholic Church that is the Francis pontificate.

The following excerpts come from a National Review article titled, Pope Francis, Wayward Shepherd:

“As the estimable Father Raymond J. de Souza pointed out in the November 28, 2019, issue of the Catholic Herald, Pope Francis has a soft spot for leftist leaders who oppress civil society in the name of social justice and solidarity with the poor...

“The Church is literally becoming secular, obsessed with political and social matters far beyond its competence. As the courageous Kazakh bishop Athanasius Schneider suggests in his new book, Christus Vincit: Christ’s Triumph over the Darkness of the Age, Pope Francis mainly attends to secular issues — climate change, the environment (right down to the proper disposal of plastic), immigration — and does so in an “exaggerated manner.” This “frenzied activism,” as Schneider calls it, crowds out concern for the life of the soul and the “supernatural realities” of grace, prayer, and penance.”

We don’t typically love to send our readers away from this site, but you should probably go read the rest of the article at NationalReview.com right now. 

Following the embarrassing scandal over Robert Cardinal Sarah’s book on priestly celibacy, co-written by Benedict XVI, wherein Archbishop Georg Gänswein denied that Benedict was, in fact, the co-author, the Associated Press is now reporting that Gänswein has been conspicuous by his absence from Pope Francis' protocol team ever since.

In a press release yesterday, the Vatican press office denied that Gänswein, who also serves as secretary for Benedict XVI, has been officially suspended as head of Francis’ papal household by Pope Francis.

So the question is: Where is he? 

Ready to get triggered? The far-left culture-vultures are at it again, and they're counting on you to be dutifully outraged.

What's up this time around? Well, something called Billy Porter—best known for his Grammy-winning performance in Broadway’s Kinky Boots and for evidently being all kinds of fierce and fabulous—will be making an agenda-driven appearance on Sesame Street.

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From a mountain top in West Virginia, Michael Matt comments on Pope Francis' Apostolic Exhortation, which is due to be released in the next week or so. The thing is evidently so radical that Cardinal Hummes sent out a secret letter to the world's bishops telling them how to make sure the Exhortation is accepted by "people of good will" and all those "in communion with Pope Francis."

In other words, if you object to this latest heterodox bombshell from Francis, you're probably not in full communion with the 'god of surprises.'

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It’s every parent’s worst nightmare.  A telephone call in the middle of the night. A social worker in a hospital a thousand miles away: “Your son has been in a life-threatening accident and had a traumatic amputation of his foot.  He’s in emergency surgery now. No, we don’t know anything more at this time.”

Everything real—and I mean everything—screeches to a halt, as the nightmare of the surreal begins.

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Michael J. Matt presents a prayer to the Mother of God, asking her to baptize with her tears the victims of abortion and to sing to them tonight in paradise.

In commemoration of the first National Sanctity of Human Life Day (Jan. 22) and in gratitude to President Donald Trump--the first president in US history to attend the National Right to Life March in Washington, D.C.

Holy Mary, Mother of God, ask Him to forgive for what we've done and for what we've become. 

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St. Timothy was born in Lystra in Lycaonia of a gentile father and a Jewish mother, and was a follower of the Christian religion when the Apostle Paul visited that city.

Paul was so moved by what he repeatedly heard of Timothy’s holiness that he took him with him as a companion on his journeys. When they both arrived at Ephesus, the Apostle ordained him bishop to govern the Church there.

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