Has Pope Francis changed Church’s doctrine on Homosexuality?

First of all, Pope Francis’ remarks that have been recently published by the media are clearly not an act of the Magisterium, but seemingly a response from an interview in a movie/documentary. The following is what has been published regarding … Continue reading

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Should Gay Persons Follow Their Conscience?

Do gay persons have a duty or right to follow their consciences? Let’s start with Catholics who are gay. Should they not follow Church teaching? What if Church teaching and their well-deliberated sincere conscience disagree? Conservative Catholics will say they … Continue reading

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Bishop Vincent Gasser to the fathers of Vatican I on papal faith

Bishop Vincent Gasser: “Now before I end this general relatio, I should respond to the most grave objection which has been made from this podium, viz. that we wish to make the extreme opinion of a certain school of theology … Continue reading

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Can a Pope intend to cause a Schism?

Here’s the accusation by Carlo Vigano. Vigano says: “But pay careful attention: these words simply constitute the umpteenth provocation by which the “ultra-progressive” part of the Hierarchy wants to artfully provoke a schism”…. Vigano: “It appears that Bergoglio is impudently … Continue reading

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Contra Raymond Leo Burke on Civil Unions

Here is the statement of Raymond Leo Burke on Civil Unions. I remind the faithful of the teaching of the fathers and doctors of the Church that schismatic and heretical Bishops have no authority over the faithful, just as Bellarmine … Continue reading

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Are Pope Francis’ words on Gays, Families, and Civil Unions teachings?

At Where Peter Is, Dr. Dawn Eden Goldstein and Dr. Robert Fastiggi agree with Mike Lewis as follows: “Francis’s words here belong entirely to the prudential order. This is not about doctrinal issues. He is proposing what he thinks are … Continue reading

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What Every Catholic Needs to Remember About Msgr. Charles Pope’s Opinions on the Roman Pontiff

What Pope Francis actually said. First statement: “Homosexuals have a right to be a part of the family. They’re children of God and have a right to a family. Nobody should be thrown out, or be made miserable because of … Continue reading

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No, You Can’t Make Up Your Own Doctrines

A blog post on Pope Vigilius by Mark Hausam caught my attention. It is also found at the blog Where Peter Is. It’s a good example of theology so poor it borders not so much on heresy as on making … Continue reading

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Is Pope Francis the valid Pope?

The Church is indefectible, therefore, any Pope accepted by the body of Bishops is de facto a valid Pope, even if his election were invalid. For the body cannot go astray following a false head. However, the fathers and doctors … Continue reading

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The Innocence of Pope Honorius

I’m currently working on a book which will defend Pope Francis against the papal accusers. I’ve just finished the chapter defending Pope Honorius. I’ve read through the letters to Sergius, for which he was accused of heresy. There is no … Continue reading

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Commentary on Carlo Vigano’s Latest Errors

In response to a Spanish blogger’s open letter, Vigano also wrote openly. His letter is found at: Life Site News, Heresy, and Schism. The blogger calls Vigano “the vicar of the Vicar,” a precisely correct term in that Vigano behaves … Continue reading

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Athanasius Schneider’s heresy of Feeneyism versus the Council of Trent

Athanasius Schneider judges the Roman Pontiff, Pope Francis, and his encyclical, Fratelli Tutti, in an interview published at LifeSiteNews.com here. Schneider speaks as if he has the role, above the Supreme Pontiff, to judge whether or not his teaching is … Continue reading

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