More on McCarrick and his Connections to the Obama/Biden White House

March 5, 2021 (Steven O’Reilly) – I have previously written of ex-Cardinal McCarrick’s trip to China following his meeting with Pope Francis in June of 2013 (see here).  Archbishop Vigano in his Testimony regardomg McCarrick seemed to suggest that the Pope’s rehabilitation of McCarrick was a reward for McCarrick’s significant role in Bergoglio’s election in … More More on McCarrick and his Connections to the Obama/Biden White House

On the 8th Anniversary of McCarrick’s “Influential Italian Gentleman”

March 2, 2021 (Steven O’Reilly) – It is the time of year when various anniversaries pop up involving events in the Catholic world in February and March of 2013.  There’s the anniversary of Benedict XVI first reading his resignation letter on February 10th. Then there is anniversary of Pope Benedict’s actual, effective resignation on February … More On the 8th Anniversary of McCarrick’s “Influential Italian Gentleman”

Dear Pope Emeritus: The 5 Non-negotiables are official US Policy – Are they “Catholics” policy too?

Dear Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, We live in a time of massive suppression of free speech in the United States.  The truth is frequently a victim of our “cancel culture.”  It is evident by your recent comments that Joe Biden is “Catholic and observant” that you are not fully aware of his history and policies. … More Dear Pope Emeritus: The 5 Non-negotiables are official US Policy – Are they “Catholics” policy too?

On the 8th Anniversary of the Resignation of Pope Benedict XVI

February 28, 2021 (Steven O’Reilly) – Eight years ago today, on February 28, 2013, Pope Benedict XVI resigned the papacy. Since that time as Catholics are generally aware, there have been various controversies and theories about the end of Benedict’s papacy, and the conclave which elected Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio as pope on March 13, 2013. … More On the 8th Anniversary of the Resignation of Pope Benedict XVI

On a Correct Understanding of Amoris Laetitia: Which is it? (Part I)

February 3, 2021 (Steven O’Reilly) – Perhaps it should go without saying that when defending the Catholic Faith, Catholics should first and foremost be defenders of orthodoxy. Though it seems to some, being defenders of orthodoxy does not always entail being first and foremost a defender of the pope, any particular bishop, or any one … More On a Correct Understanding of Amoris Laetitia: Which is it? (Part I)

A Dark Day…But ‘it is always darkest before dawn’

January 20, 2021 (Steven O’Reilly) – January 20, 2021…a day which will live in infamy, the day Joe Biden was inaugurated “president” of the United States.  Running side-by-side with this day, will be the night of November 3rd, the night the election was stolen. Under the pretense of COVID, executive branch officials across a number … More A Dark Day…But ‘it is always darkest before dawn’