Faith

The Associated Press

Second Homosexual Abuse Allegation Emerges Against Vatican Envoy to Paris

A second alleged victim has filed a complaint against the papal nuncio in France for homosexual abuse after the Paris public prosecutor opened an investigation into charges that the archbishop repeatedly molested a junior mayoral aide sexually during a speech last month.

Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano

Vatican Whistleblower Says Summit on Abuse Fails to Address Root Causes

The former papal nuncio to the United States has declared that the upcoming Vatican summit on clerical sex abuse seems doomed to failure because of an unwillingness to address the root causes of the crisis, notably the extensive homosexual network in the Church.

Pope Francis addresses Jesuits in the Vatican.

Bombshell Book Claims 80% of Vatican Prelates Are Gay

The Vatican hosts “one of the biggest homosexual communities in the world,” alleges French journalist Frédéric Martel in an upcoming book on the Catholic Church and homosexuality.

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Christian Ministry to Blast Live Ultrasounds in Times Square

Global Christian ministry Focus on the Family will respond to extreme abortion legislation in New York and other states by blasting live ultrasounds on monitors and screens throughout Times Square in New York City.

Rushdie: from fatwa fugitive to free speech hero

Salman Rushdie Satanic Verses Fatwa, 30 Years On

On February 14, 1989 Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini called for British writer Salman Rushdie to be killed for writing “The Satanic Verses”, which the cleric said insulted Islam.

Women dressed in the traditional clothes of the Sorbs carry the statue of Virgin Mary during a procession in the church in Rosenthal, eastern Germany, Monday, June 5, 2017. Traditionally on Whit Monday catholic faithful Sorbs, a Slavic minority near the German-Polish border, celebrate an open air mass in the …

German Cardinals Face Off over Catholic Beliefs

Progressive German Cardinal Walter Kasper has blasted the Vatican’s former doctrinal chief, Cardinal Gerhard Müller, saying that his recent restatement of principles of the Catholic faith will lead to “confusion and division.”