Monthly Archives - April 2015

Father Gruner RIP

Rest in Peace: Father Nicholas Gruner, May 4, 1942 — April 29, 2015  The Management Team of the Fatima Center sadly announces the death of Father Nicholas Gruner, who passed away suddenly this evening. Father died at his office, working to his last breath on the goals to which he dedicated his 38 years...

Please Sign Our Open Letter…Now!

The on-going scandal of Mgr Basil Loftus’ columns in both the Catholic Times and Scottish Catholic Observer is worsening. He is increasingly blatant in his attacks on Catholic Faith and Morals and is personally nasty in his remarks about orthodox prelates - Cardinal Burke is one victim. In response to readers’ concerns, we have...

Homosexuality: Judge For Yourself…

There's a "new kid on the block" in the form of what looks to be an excellent new website full of  factual information on homosexuality. Below is the text from their home page. Check out the statistics - very interesting indeed, although not at all well known.  I wonder why not?      "Pope Francis made his...

Is Homo-Fascism Dominating Vatican?

This morning Sky TV News broadcast an interview with a young homosexual man whose partner,  a Muslim, committed suicide because, when he “came out” to his family, they suggested he try to obtain a cure.  His partner is today undertaking a charity walk for the purpose of raising awareness of “homophobia” in “faith communities.”...

Fatima: Third Secret Latest…

More Explosive News from the Convent in Coimbra  by Christopher A. Ferrara April 10, 2015 In a previous column on this subject I noted an explosive article by Antonio Socci, on the front page of the Italian daily Il Libero for August 17, 2014. Socci reported that in a biography of Sister Lucia published by...

Pope Judging “Gays” After All?

Liberal Catholics’ hopes for a more progressive Church under Pope Francis have taken another knock with claims that the Pontiff has refused to accept France’s new choice of Ambassador to the Vatican because he is gay.      Laurent Stefanini, the openly gay diplomat at the centre of the row, was nominated as France’s ambassador to...