Monthly Archive: January 2019

When rumors come true, integrity be damned

In a recent interview with the Tablet, Cardinal Kevin Farrell gloated over the fact that his boss’ love letter to Satan, otherwise known as Amoris Laetitia, has been “overwhelmingly well received” throughout the Catholic world. And why shouldn’t he gloat? The Apostolic Exhortation (so-called), …

Fatima Newsletter 2019

By: Cornelia Ferreira To commemorate the 100th anniversary of Our Lady’s appearances at Fatima, in 2017 and 2018 Canadians for Faith & Family published all the Fatima apparitions in the Fatima Newsletter. By publishing the exact words of Sr. Lucy, without any commentary, …

How about a March for Christ?

As I write, the 46th annual “March for Life” is taking place in Washington, D.C. According to organizers, the vision is “a world where the beauty and dignity of every human life are valued and protected,” and the mission, to “end abortion by uniting, …

Viganò’s latest misses the mark

In an open letter addressed to “Dear Archbishop McCarrick,” Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò calls Uncle Ted to repentance, writing: Time is running out, but you can confess and repent of your sins, crimes and sacrileges, and do so publicly, since they have themselves become …

Diocesan TLM: Some uncomfortable questions

In his “Open Letter to Confused Catholics,” Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre discussed the scandalous nature of the Novus Ordo, writing: Furthermore it can be said without any exaggeration whatsoever, that the majority of Masses celebrated without altar stones, with common vessels, leavened bread, with the …