Sunday Report
Sunday Report
by | Mar 29, 2020

The ancient pagans of Rome, as their society cratered, blamed Christians. Some modern pagans do the same. Witness the recent piece in the New York Times by Katherine Stewart, “The Religious Right’s Hostility to Science Is Crippling Our Coronavirus Response.”…

by | Mar 22, 2020

On the coronavirus channel, CNN, one can always count on regular updates about the number of fatalities from the virus. In hushed tones, the hosts reveal that the “number has reached 150.” Imagine such hosts speaking so gravely about the…

by | Mar 15, 2020

Early on in his papacy, Pope Francis likened the Church to a field hospital. But the analogy hasn’t held up amidst coronavirus fears. The diocese of Rome has suspended Masses through April 3. The idea of closing churches during a…

by | Mar 8, 2020

The other day I received a call from someone asking me if I knew that the press spokesman for the Paulist Fathers is in a gay marriage. I checked it out and sure enough the caller was right. Paul Snatchko…

by | Mar 1, 2020

“Perhaps the deepest and most troubling mystery of Kamala Harris’s tenure as a prosecutor centers on the disturbing issue of sexual abuse of children by priests,” writes Peter Schweizer in Profiles in Corruption. As a senator, Harris has been a…

by | Feb 23, 2020

The latest papal controversy touches on the pope’s meeting last year with James Martin, the leading proponent of LGBT causes in the Church. According to the Catholic News Agency, Pope Francis told a group of American bishops recently that he…

by | Feb 16, 2020

“Typical of a Jesuit,” said Archbishop Bruno Forte in 2016, as he reflected on the deviously indirect style of Pope Francis. Forte, a close aide to Pope Francis, recalled that the pope didn’t want to spell out his support for…

by | Feb 9, 2020

Nesting at the Vatican these days is an astonishing collection of leftists, all of whom recite from the same left-wing catechism as Pope Francis. The Vatican has become the favorite European salon of the George Soros crowd. To say that…

by | Feb 2, 2020

“The faithful have a right to know these sordid intrigues of a corrupt court,” writes Archbishop Carlo Viganò in his letter last week about the crisis under Pope Francis. “In the heart of the Church we seem to glimpse the…

by | Jan 26, 2020

In 2016, Donald Trump, running alongside a Catholic turned Evangelical in Mike Pence, scooped up a majority of the Catholic vote. Hillary Clinton had added to her ticket nominally Catholic Tim Kaine, but that didn’t stop white Catholics from gravitating…

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