Vatican Weighs In on USA’s Civil Unrest, by William Mahoney

What’s Dividing and Killing Americans? by Jason Jones
June 6, 2020
The Cancel Culture is Ruthless, by Michael Brown
June 6, 2020

By William Mahoney, Ph.D., Church Militant, June 5, 2020

Aligns with political Left

Bp. Mark Seitz of El Paso

VATICAN CITY ( – The pope has congratulated an American bishop for showing solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement (BLM) while a Vatican official has compared racism to the Wuhan virus.

Pope Francis called Bp. Mark Seitz of El Paso on Wednesday to congratulate the Texas prelate for leading a public prayer demonstration in solidarity with BLM. Meanwhile, prefect of the Pontifical Council for the Family (PCF) Abp. Vincenzo Paglia compared the Wuhan virus to racism.

Wearing a protective mask and carrying a sign reading “Black Lives Matter,” Seitz said, “I expressed to the Holy Father that I felt it was imperative to show our solidarity to those who are suffering.”

Seitz and a group of priests from his diocese knelt for nine minutes of silence in memory of George Floyd.   

In his General Audience Wednesday, the pope said, “Dear brothers and sisters in the United States, I have witnessed with great concern the disturbing social unrest in your nation in these past days, following the tragic death of Mr. George Floyd.”  …


Read more here: