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Irish government announces it will continue restrictions on Catholic sacraments

DUBLIN, Ireland, July 6, 2021 – The Irish government reversed its decision to allow baptisms, first communions and confirmations to take place in July. 

Viganò: For Francis “All Are Brothers" - Except the Catholics

Archbishop Viganò finds himself in the "grotesque situation" that the Vatican II Church allows denying the Trinity, Christ's divinity, the Suffrages for the dead Transubstantiation, and Our Lady's Virginity without incurring any canonical sanction, but if you don't follow Vatican II you are not with the Church.”

Cardinal Burke Condemns Biden

Cardinal Raymond Burke has condemned President Biden's attempt “to codify as law" the 1973 Roe vs. Wade decision of the US Supreme Court which "legalised" abortion.

Müller Still Confused About Two "Popes" Situation

The Church still lacks the "appropriate form of thought and language" to distance herself from the heretical idea of “two popes,” Cardinal Gerhard Müller writes on (January 11) referring to the present existence of a "pope" and an "pope emeritus."

German Catholicism: Woman Concelebrates At Midnight Mass

Dean Albin Krämer, the Retzbach parish-priest, Würzburg diocese, concelebrated Christmas Mass with a female pastoral assistant (video below).

Krämer and the lady took turns reciting a self-knit "eucharistic prayer."

Francis Became Vanity Fair’s Pin Up Girl

Francis, 84, is on the cover of the latest Italian edition of Vanity Fair, a monthly magazine of fashion and superficiality.

Below the picture is written in red letters “Fratelli Tutti” referring to his recent encyclical.