South Australia's highest ranking Catholic official was convicted by a judge May 22, 2018 for covering up sexual abuse of altar boys in the 1970s. Magistrate Robert Stone of the Newcastle Local Court handed down the guilty verdict of Philip Wilson. The judge found the testimony of a former altar boy who had been abused… Continue reading Guilty as charged: Australian archbishop convicted of sex abuse cover-up
A sample excerpt from the type of oaths Jesuits, including Pope Francis I, take when they are "ordained": "I... promise and declare that I will, when opportunity presents, make and wage relentless war, secretly or openly, against all heretics, protestants and liberals, as I am directed to do, "to extirpate and exterminate them from the… Continue reading Masters of hypocrisy: the secret Jesuit oath
Turkey's President Recep Erdogan and Pope Francis are scheduled to meet at the Vatican on Monday, February 5, to discuss Israel's capital, Jerusalem. Neither of the men are happy about President Trump's decision to make it crystal clear that the US backs Jerusalem as Israel's capital and his move to put the US Embassy there.… Continue reading A meeting of Biblical significance?: Pope Francis, Turkey’s President to discuss Jerusalem
Jesuits have been closely watching a new noticeable trend throughout China--the Roman Catholic Church is losing ground in winning converts and keeping members due to evangelism of evangelicals. It's happening for several reasons. One of the main problems the Chinese have with the RCC is its hierarchy. Dealing with the RCC where power is centralized… Continue reading Chinese shun Catholicism for “Protestantism”
After a leading Catholic and a leading Presbyterian (with the Vatican's blessing) wrote a scathing article to criticize conservative American Catholics for backing President Trump, Trump's evangelical team of advisors want to meet with the Pope to make peace with him. The article, which grabbed headlines, basically held the socialist globalist stance that the evangelicals… Continue reading Trump evangelical advisors seek to appease Pope Francis
In the three-minute YouTube video below the Pope reveals some key false doctrines promoted by the Roman Catholic Church. In his address on Friday to implement the Roman Catholic "sainthood" of two children who in the early 20th century saw a vision of "Mary" as "Our Lady of Fatima," the Pope speaks these words: "Pilgrims… Continue reading Fatima folly: the Pope encourages Mary worship
As the Catholic Church (RCC) continues to grow around the world, there are regions where it has faced some challenges due in part to corruption within the church, especially when it comes to sexual assaults of children that are then covered up. One of the main areas where it has slightly slipped in numbers and influence is… Continue reading Marketing with Mariolatry: are weeping Marys increasing?
Saint Patrick's Day is upon us once again as yet another holiday promoting Catholicism, pagan superstitions, and drunkenness. The real Patrick, a saint from the British isles who sparked a gospel revival in Ireland, would be appalled to see how his name is misused in the festivities bearing his name today. As a reminder, here… Continue reading Six years a slave: who St. Patrick really was
In a private morning mass held in his residence on February 23, Pope Francis added to his long list of controversial statements. Expressing regret for all the hypocrisy that takes place in the Roman Catholic Church, the Pope drew the conclusion that people who call themselves Catholic--boasting about their involvement in Catholic associations, regular mass… Continue reading Better to be an atheist than a Catholic hypocrite, says Pope Francis
Opus Dei, the Roman Catholic secret society that publicly touts itself as a Catholic service organization, may be about to undergo some changes as Pope Francis I today expressed his condolences to its members over the death yesterday of 84-yr-old Bishop Javier Echevarria who led them. Echevarria headed the organization for approximately 20 years. Much has… Continue reading A new day for Opus Dei?