Tag - ecumenism

Pope Francis: I’m Not The Vicar of Christ or Successor of the Apostles!

Pope Francis drops ‘Vicar of Christ’ title in Vatican yearbook The title 'Vicar of Jesus Christ' stems from Holy Scripture where Jesus grants St. Peter the power of the keys in the Church April 2, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – In a surprise move, Pope Francis has dropped the historic and essential title “Vicar of Christ” from the...

Is Pope Encouraging Inter-Communion?

On the plane ride back from his trip to Romania, Pope Francis told reporters that since “there is already Christian unity,” there is no need for the faithful to “wait for the theologians to come to agreement on the Eucharist.” Some progressive Catholics have considered this to be evidence that the pope may be...

Interfaith… or Interference with God’s Plan of Salvation: does Church matter?

Below, extract from Archbishop stresses unity during visit to synagogue Archbishop Philip Tartaglia, Glasgow Archbishop Tartaglia of Glasgow said: “I think it’s important to remember no matter what religion we are loyal to it’s ultimately God that directs and nourishes us in our daily lives and on different perspectives of certain issues, God is talking and...

25/10: Feast of the 40 Martyrs of England & Wales… So what?

After King Henry VIII proclaimed himself supreme head of the Church in England and Wales, a violent wave of anti-Catholic persecution began - and lasted over a century. It started with the executions of Sts. Thomas More and John Fisher, but didn't end there. Hundreds were killed between 1535 and 1679; the Church recognized...

Earth to Archbishop of Glasgow…Hello!

Our blogger, Gabriel Syme writes: Look at this jaw dropping story from the Church in Scotland. Scottish Catholics are “too wishy-washy” about standing up for their beliefs, the Archbishop of Glasgow has warned. Click here to read entire Herald Scotland article  While advocating robust, confident Catholicism is admirable, this is hilarious coming from the Scottish Bishops. Their...

13 March: Ecumenical Scandal In Vatican – An Urgent Call To Reparation!

Once again The Fatima Center's Rapid Response Team has been mobilized to defend the Faith and make reparation for the latest planned sacrilege scheduled to take place within the very heart of the Catholic Church. Pope Francis smiles with Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby at the end of vespers prayers at the monastery church of...

A New Mercy: Mercy As “Way of Life”…

What Religion Is This? by Christopher A. Ferrara November 8, 2016   "The mystery of mercy is not to be celebrated in words alone, but above all by deeds, by a truly merciful way of life marked by disinterested love, fraternal service and sincere sharing." In a brief address to an "inter-religious audience" at the Vatican on November...

Pope seeks “new ways round” Anglican Schism – leave it to the God of Surprises!

From The Telegraph 5/10/16... Pope Francis and the Archbishop of Canterbury have publicly pledged to press on towards the full reunification of the [  ]  Catholic and Anglican churches - while admitting they “do not yet see” a  solution to differences over the female clergy and sexuality. They insisted they were “undeterred” in their desire to...

Pope To Youth: Find Jesus In Ecumenism

Click here to read Zenit report Comment: All the blether about youthful "restlessness" reminds me of the assumption, commonly heard in conversation, that all teenagers  are rebellious.  I questioned it when I was a teenager myself and I question it now.  It seems designed to ignite rebellion in young people.   And sadly, only a minority, seem...

Latest Craziness: “Ashes To Go”!

Two churches in the north-east of England will take to the streets on Ash Wednesday, encouraging people to repent and return to God. On Wednesday St Mary’s Catholic church and Sunderland Minster, an Anglican church, will be working together to offer “Ashes to Go” – a new approach to a centuries-old Christian tradition. The initiative will...