September 11, 2022 (Steven O’Reilly) – The claims that Benedict XVI is still the pope have been heard now for many years now. Over that time period, those who make such claims, the Benepapists, have produced many articles, videos, and books on the topic. Within the last year, some Benepapists have even issued a Declaration … More Book: Valid? The Resignation of Benedict XVI
September 2, 2022 (Edward J. Barr) – The devil was intrigued by the Vatican’s call for input to the “Synod on Synodality.” (see The Devil learns of the Synod on Synodality) He assigned the demon of Germany to craft the demonic response, due in great part to the impressive confusion and heterodoxy spreading throughout the German church. It was now time … More The Devil’s Input on the Synod on Synodality
August 22, 2022 (Steven O’Reilly) – There comes to strange news today that Cardinal Becciu may be soon ‘reinstated’ by Pope Francis per several news sources. But, first, some background. Readers may be aware that Cardinal Becciu is currently embroiled in a Vatican trial involving an apparently shady London real estate deal. While the Cardinal’s … More The Rehabilitation of Cardinal Becciu: what’s up with that?
August 19, 2022 (Steven O’Reilly) – In recent days, news broke about a class action lawsuit filed against the archdiocese of Quebec. Per LifeSiteNews, the lawsuit apparently makes allegations of sexual assault against a number of priests, and other clergy of the archdiocese. Apparently, among those accused is Cardinal Marc Ouellett. Per the LifeSiteNews article: … More From Milan to Mar-a-Lago
August 2, 2022 (Edward J Barr) – Recent RLE articles dealt with the impact of Cardinal McCarrick on the selection of bishops who shared his philosophies (see A Chinese Connection? The McCarrick Cardinals and the secret Vatican deal). While the connection between McCarrick and like-minded bishops is fairly well established, a reader asked if there was a … More Freemasonry and the Gay lobby in the Vatican
July 16, 2022 (Edward J Barr) This month the legend of the Gray Apostle was unveiled in “The Gray Apostle: Mission of the Messiah.” The novel is based on the biblical events of Jesus’s ministry, from before his birth to his passion and death. The action is pitted between two groups, the occupying Roman forces led by ruthless … More Who is the Gray Apostle?
July 13, 2022 (Steven O’Reilly) – Yours truly has been the target of slanderous and libelous, ad hominem attacks of late; due, ultimately, to my opposition to Benepapism. And, it is evident, that at least some leading Benepapists don’t like it or me! However, this is not a unique position. I am neither alone in … More Hey, leading Benepapists, “if you’re ‘ad hominem-ing’; you’re not winning”
(July 9, 2022) Edward J Barr – Disgraced former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick was known as a kingmaker of US bishops, allegedly having influence over Vatican appointments to the episcopate. In the years prior to his demise Pope Francis rehabilitated then Cardinal McCarrick, who become a key player in the Vatican’s still secret deal with the … More A Chinese connection? The ‘McCarrick Cardinals’ and the secret Vatican deal
July 8, 2022 (Steven O’Reilly) – Recently, Eric Sammons of Crisis Magazine invited me onto his podcast to discuss Benepapism with him. The replay for that episode may be found here: “Is Benedict Still the Pope? (Guest: Steven O’Reilly)” For those with an interest in the Benepapist controversy, and who are perhaps finding Roma Locuta … More A discussion regarding Benepapism
June 20, 2022 (Steven O’Reilly) – Recently, per Gloria.TV news, Archbishop Ganswein gave an address “at a matinée of the Joseph Ratzinger/Pope Benedict XVI Foundation at Nymphenburg Palace in Munich on 18 June to mark Benedict’s 95th birthday.” The “big” news that came out of this is that Archbishop Ganswein broke into tears at a … More Ganswein’s Tears