This article was written by Zak Portelli. Lent is just hours away, we begin to prepare ourselves for ash Wednesday, and as usual one begins to hear people coming out with their own theories about what fasting and abstaining is. You might have come across that “enlightened” Christian, who sounds as if he/she is vegetarian … More Why Fasting?
This article was written by Bentley Hatchett, who is a member of Tradition, Family, Property. Malta, a nation once seen as a bastion of traditional moral values in Europe, is now moving to fully legalize same-sex marriage. The country, which is associated with the famous Sovereign Military Order of Malta, only just allowed for divorce … More Malta: Same-Sex Marriage
In last Sunday’s Times of Malta, there was another justification of the latest Maltese Bishops’ guidelines on the implementation of Chapter 8 of Amoris Laetitia. This time such a justification was made by Mr Vassallo, an “accredited spiritual guide”. I already smelled liberalism coming out from the newspaper when I saw the words “spiritual guide” used … More On “Toxic Rigidity”
Recently the Archbishop of Malta confirmed with the National Catholic Register that if any seminarian does not agree with Pope Francis, “the seminary gate is open”(implying that they are free to leave) (1). The Maltese Seminary has 18 seminarians; so implying that any form of disagreement on “Amoris Laetitia” from the seminarians would be responded in … More “The Seminary Gate is Open” Really?!
This article is the second part on the controversial paragraphs in the latest Apostolic Exhortation “Amoris Laetitia”. The aim of such a writing is to further clarify the matter and to ensure that the faithful understand that such a paragraph seems not to square with what Catholicism has always thought on conscience and thus seeks to invent … More Beyond Blurred Phrases-Paragraph 303
Since its publication Amoris Laetitia has split the Church, unlike any other document which has been published for the last 50 years. It has caused quite a reaction on both sides of the aisle, an outpour of joy for those who seek to further their liberal agenda and an outrage for those who seek to … More Beyond Blurred Phrases-Paragraph 302
In today’s issue of the Sunday Times Fr Joe Inguanez wrote an article asking whether the Veri Catholici article (against the Eucharistic Communion to divorced and remarried) which appeared previously on the Times, was in fact aimed at Archbishop Scicluna/ Bishop Grech or at Pope Francis. The response to such a question I will give … More Responding to a False Claim on the CDF