By Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture - So now Diocese A (San Francisco) has determined that Nancy Pelosi is not qualified to receive Communion. Can Diocese B (Washington) reach a different decision? This is not a question on which policies may differ, from one locale to another. The underlying facts of the case (not to mention the clear language of Canon 915) demand a constituent response. Has Speaker Pelosi “obstinately persist[ed] in manifest grave sin,” or not? Her pastor, who is presumed to have the best knowledge of her case and thus given the authority to judge, says that she has, and therefore must be barred from the Eucharist.
By Liberty Counsel, LifeSiteNews - Except for the President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, who blasted the amendments and objected to the WHO gaining more authority, there was little international objection against giving greater power to the WHO... The World Health Organization (WHO) temporarily withdrew 12 of the 13 amendments submitted by the Biden administration to the current International Health Regulations (IHR) at the WHO annual meeting.
By Philip Kosloski, Aleteia - The Catholic understanding of penance is tied to a recognition of sin's effects on a soul and our efforts to restore our relationship with God and neighbor... In this case, penance is the word that describes our actions to repair the damage left by sin...Typically this definition of the word is tied to the sacrament of penance, whereby a priest will prescribe a penance to make amends.
By Kyle Becker, Becker News - Poor Klaus Schwab. The World Economic Forum CEO’s secretive gathering of globalist elites at Davos, Switzerland appears to be igniting ‘conspiracy theories’ again. What is the mastermind behind “The Great Reset” to do?... On Wednesday, Schwab and Pfizer’s multi-millionaire CEO Albert Bourla lamented that the little people don’t much like what the scheming elitists are up to at Davos.