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God is totally and always reliable, He is a solid and stable presence says Pope Francis

On Wednesday, during his weekly traditional Angelus address, Pope Francis introduced a new series of catechesis dedicated to mercy for his general audiences, te…

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Eucharist Miracles 4: Bolsena-Orvieto, Italy, blood started to seep from the consecrated Host and trickle over the priest's hands onto…

In 1263 a German priest, Peter of Prague, stopped at Bolsena while on a pilgrimage to Rome. He is described as being a pious priest, but one who found it diffic…

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'Decisive' role of marriage in focus as Court declines cases

Washington D.C., Oct 6, 2014 / 03:39 pm .- The Supreme Court’s decision not to review defense of marriage appeals by five states has been met with disappointmen…

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17 Sep 2015 Europe News No comments

German cardinal discusses importance of pro-life issues

In a message for the annual German pro-life march, which will take place in Berlin on September 19, the president of the German Bishops’ Conference said that “a…

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31 Aug 2016 Americas Europe News USA Vatican No comments

Turkey gives early release to man convicted of murdering priest

Witnesses say 16 year-old Oguzhan Akdin shouted 'Allahu Akbar' while he shot the priest twice in the head A man imprisoned for killing an Italian Catholic prie…

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28 Apr 2016 Vatican Comments (1)

Vatican watchdog reports sharp rise in suspicious financial activity

Seventeen cases were passed on to Vatican prosecutors to investigate last year The Vatican’s financial watchdog has said it received 544 reports of suspicious …

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15 Jun 2016 Middle East No comments

Patriarchs call for liberation of Iraqi lands where Christians lived

In a joint statement, Syriac patriarchs said 'the wound of forced emigration is still bleeding' Syriac patriarchs, marking the two-year anniversary since ISIS …

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21 Jan 2016 Q&A Comments (3)

Did St. Peter view his authority as equal to other Church leaders?

Full Question How can you say Peter had authority over other church leaders when he referred to himself as only their "fellow elder"(1 Pt 5:1). This proves Pet…

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24 Dec 2014 Q&A Comments (13)

Was Jesus the Son of God or just a holy man and a prophet?

Full Question I don't have a problem with Christianity per se. I believe Jesus was a holy man and a prophet, even though I don't think he was unique or God…

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New poll confirms widespread dissent from Church moral teachings among US Catholics

Dissent from Church teachings on contentious moral issues is widespread among Catholic Americans, a new Pew Research survey has confirmed.

A majority of Catholics believe that the use of contraceptives, extra-marital sex, and remarriage after divorce are not sinful, according to the poll. More than a third of American Catholics (39%) do not believe that homosexual acts are sinful.

The Pew poll found that substantial minorities of self-identified Catholics think it is acceptable for children to be raised by unmarried couples (48%) or by same-sex couples (43%). A large majority (79%) think it acceptable for married couples to choose not to have children.

Not surprisingly, the Pew survey found that Catholics who attend Mass regularly are more likely to support the teachings of the Church. However, even among churchgoing Catholics there is substantial support for positions opposed to Church moral teachings. The Pew poll also provides new evidence that American Catholics are leaving the Church in large numbers. More than half of all Americans who were raised as Catholics have stopped practicing the faith at some point in their lives, the survey shows. Among those who say they have broken permanently with the Catholic Church, 77% report that they cannot imagine returning.



  1. Franklin P. Uroda Reply

    1st ex-Roman Catholic to 2nd ex-Roman Catholic: “Man it’s great not having to do all that Roman Catholic stuff my parents had me do. We’re free. Say, man, what are you going to do now for religion? My wife and kids are setting up to join that TV preacher down in Houston. Why don’t you come with us, that church is fantastic, have you seen how full the arena is every week?” 2nd ex-Roman Catholic to 1st ex-Roman Catholic: “Hey guy, I lost my faith, not my mind.”

  2. Samuel Reply

    whoever want to leave catholic is free to go but what I know and the world is aware of is the fact that people will come back to catholism . The catholic faith is not a supermarket church where u make choice of what u want to part with its an inclination built on the true body and blood of christ as the onle product u will part with .
    If catholic endorses sins like homosexuality , contraceptives arbortion and divorce and allow such to par take the body of christ , soon they will also say 10 commandments must be amended. I believe catholism is very important beacuse its the primary face that Christ will be pleased to see the day He will come back .Remember other faiths change in values depending on the designs around the world they are called lost generation churches who onle find christ in a miracle told by som1 . It will be a very big shame to christ to see His own vicar endorse believ which are shared by churches founded by splinter grps . The church has now seen for herself why depending on the words of goverenemnt is distractive look at middle east , look at nuclear arsenal r those God ‘s children . I believe catholic church should be strong and rely on her doctrine because dats this where rtue peace and love of God exists

  3. Michael W Reply

    The world might be changing, but the Church must stand all its teaching. One thing good about the Church. Things are not done in a democratic process. It is not like people will be voting to change a doctrine to another.

    As in Matthew 16:13-20 “Peter’s Confession of Christ”

    (Democratic Process = Asking People who is Jesus. And all they got it wrong. Basically, Protestantism)
    13 Now when Jesus came into the district of Caesarea Philippi, He was asking His disciples, “Who do people say that the Son of Man is?” 14 And they said, “Some say John the Baptist; and others, [a]Elijah; but still others, [b]Jeremiah, or one of the prophets.”

    (Aristocratic Process = Asking his closer circles who is Jesus. And they got no answer. Basically, Eastern Orthodoxy who pushes Pentarchy)
    15 He *said to them, “But who do you say that I am?”

    (Theocracy = Appointing one leader of his Church. Catholicism who says Peter as the earthly Chief Shepherd, owner of the Keys, and physical head of the earthly Kingdom)
    16 Simon Peter answered, “You are [c]the Christ, the Son of the living God.” 17 And Jesus said to him, “Blessed are you, Simon [d]Barjona, because flesh and blood did not reveal this to you, but My Father who is in heaven. 18 I also say to you that you are [e]Peter, and upon this [f]rock I will build My church; and the gates of Hades will not overpower it. 19 I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven; and whatever you bind on earth [g]shall have been bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth [h]shall have been loosed in heaven.” 20 Then He [i]warned the disciples that they should tell no one that He was [j]the Christ.

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