The Rise of the Church of Sodom

There has been an ongoing effort to shift the Church's attitude towards the so-called "LGBT community," and, as discussed previously, this subversive cancer has largely been helped by forces within the Ecclesia Nova Concilii Vaticani Secundi. One of the main proponents of this has been James Martin, SJ, who has…

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Vatican Priority: Continuing Mass Migration

The Vatican has finally decided that it is a priority to combat the threat of Islam and the building of a new Tower of Babel via mass migration...That is, of course, a joke. Instead, with all that has been going on, the Vatican has decided that it is more…

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Papa Frank and the New Church of Buddy Christ

[People] think of [the Catholic Church] as a passe, archaic institution. People find the Bible obtuse... even hokey. Now in an effort to disprove all that the church has appointed this year as a time of renewal... both of faith and of style. For example, the crucifix. While it has…

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Your enemy's enemy may not be a friend

Aside from “live and let live,” one of the neoconservatives’ most important guiding principles can be found in the old saying, “The enemy of my enemy is my friend.” The result of this has been no shortage of misadventures overseas. For example, under “Operation Cyclone,” the United States provided $7.…

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Again, No, Jesus was NOT a refugee

Social media has been abuzz with leftists universally crying out, “Jesus was a refugee!” For example, James Martin—consultant for the Vatican’s Secretariat of Communications—tweeted, “When the Holy Family flees to Egypt, they meet the current definition of refugees… And the word the angel uses in Joseph’s…

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'Tis the season, but what's the reason?

‘Tis the season. Families around Christendom are about to gather together, open presents, drink eggnog, and share a lovely dinner together. But, increasingly, there is a stark divide over the reason for the season, and Christmas this year, like the last, and like Thanksgiving, will most likely involve angry millennials…

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