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It seems the Cardinal agrees.
After preparing the posts published on this blog earlier today (May 9) and on April 15 we discovered the interview of Gerhard Cardinal Müller which is linked here.
https://newdailycompass.com/en/no-bishop-has-the-right-to-prohibit-public-masses/ “No Bishop has the right to prohibit public [sic*] Masses” interview of Cardinal Gerhard L. Müller, former Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith
* All Masses or other parts of the sacred Liturgy of holy Church are public by their nature and definition.
Will Pope Francis grant Vatican citizenship to Alfie Evans and his father?
Tom Evans asked Pope Francis for asylum & eventual citizenship.
See the EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW of Zenit with the Father of Alfie Evans: “The Pope Told Me ‘No Child’s Life Should Be Taken Away From Him’”.
April 18, 2018 12:23 interview by Deborah Castellano Lubov
He has hours to live, unless God spares him by your prayers. Charlie Gard of London – July 7, 2017
How long would you hold out, waiting – suffering pitilessly – for news like this?
See NCCL’s blog Looking East for the answer.
Terri Schiavo – Vatican citizenship: another project ‘declassified’
One day in late-March 2005 a simple telephone call to the Holy See’s Secretariat of State — headquarters of the Vatican’s ‘international diplomatic corps’ — received a terse reply, here paraphrased: if it can be done in accordance with international law, we’ll see what can be done.
It was all we needed to hear. (more…)
“V” is for victory over the passions, especially of the emasculating sort
V4Victory Young Men’s Program (V4V) is a 30 day program-retreat offered July 16th to August 15th at (more…)
Could Terri Schiavo be a saint?
Could Terri really be considered a saint for the pro-life cause?
Read the reasoning on the following three linked pages. Then, think — and pray — about it. (more…)
Might Vatican citizenship have spared Terri Schiavo death by dehydration?
[archive: February – March, 2005 — declassified: March 31, 2014]
It was, as the saying goes, something of a ‘long shot’.
At first glance, the obstacles seemed insurmountable. (more…)
A break into prison
When a group of legislators in the Pennsylvania State Assembly heard testimony read from the following letter, a small group of them descended on the State Correctional Institution in Somerset.
According to inmates, no one there had ever experienced anything quite like it before. (more…)
A way to resolve the continued crisis in the Catholic Church in North America?
What really ails the members of the Catholic Church in North America? (more…)