By Maike Hickson, LifeSiteNews - When discussing the recent statements of Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò and his own call for Pope Francis to resign, Cardinal Raymond Burke said that “whether we should go so far as to demand his [Francis'] resignation, is another question.” “But it is true,” Burke continued, “that, for classical commentators, a pope who departs from his office in dogmatic questions, that is to say, who is guilty of heresy ceases to be the Pope, automatically.”
By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet, Human Life International - A pair of conservative authors writing in The Atlantic this week have highlighted the stark marriage statistics in middle-class America. “[D]ramatic increases in nonmarital childbearing, divorce, and family instability among the working class mean that only about 55 percent of children with working-class mothers will reach age 14 in a home headed by two biological parents,” they noted. Meanwhile, “only minorities of poor adults (26 percent) and working-class adults (39 percent) ages 18 to 55 are married.”
By Anthony Esolen, Crisis Magazine - A few days ago, the Nashua Public Library hosted a Drag Queen Teen Time, starring soi-disant Monique Toosoon, a gay man whom the once-conservative Manchester Union Leader, in a short puff-piece, denominated as “she.” Over 130 people attended, mostly women and teenagers.
By Fr. Justin Braun, St. Philip Institute of Catechesis and Evangelization - We are not just fighting DeLubac’s four horsemen of atheism, nor are we merely confronting strict scientism in the post-Christian era, but we are also dealing with the dire consequences of moral relativism and selfishness that justifies any sin according to the individual’s perception of good and evil (The Drama of Atheist Humanism, Henri DeLubac)... Frankly friends, this is a battle for the soul of our children that I do not take lightly...