Happy 100th to John Paul the Great

May 21, 2020. [ABOVE PHOTO CREDIT: Public Domain, Courtesy Ronald Reagan Library. From Wikimedia.] Monday was the 100th anniversary of Pope John Paul’s birth. Even while still alive, he was hailed as “the Great.” And although the appellation seems to be falling out of favor these days, I maintain it is more appropriate today than […]

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Today, I Will Be Feasting as the Pope Fasts

You may have heard that today is a global day of prayer and fasting for all peoples and religions for the intention of ending the coronavirus pandemic. The day was established by some entity called the “Higher Committee of Human Fraternity” which sounds like something right out of Brave New World. Pope Francis has asked […]

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The Bible’s Doomsday Clock Strikes Midnight

There is an ancient prophecy, older than Christianity, that says that a particular act of idolatry will provoke God’s wrath and usher in the end times. Many think Pope Francis bit the apple last October. And Australian mega fires, Covid-19, locusts, and monster hornets are causing some to take notice.

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New Apostolic Exhortation on Amazon Synod Released Today

The much anticipated papal document on the Amazon Synod was published today. Early reports are saying that the document stays away from the controversies that were raised during the synod this past October. The document does not grant permission to the Amazon region to ordain married men, nor does it open a pathway to a […]

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The Catholic News Agency Misrepresented Key Amoris Text

Doctrinal Change in Amoris Laetitia? Pardon the use of an apocalyptic mixed metaphor, but Amoris Laetitia has been at the epicenter of a giant firestorm of controversy since its publication in 2016, the fundamental question being this: The Catholic News Agency was first out of the gate to defend AL. On the very day that […]

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J.D. Flynn’s Defense of Vatican Is Indefensible

Is Flynn presenting an argument or merely promoting Vatican propaganda? A Brief Recap If you follow NewWalden, you know that I’ve been covering the publication of a new book by the Vatican’s Pontifical Biblical Commission. Based on excerpts published in la Repubblica, I concluded—I believe fairly and accurately—that the new Vatican book calls into question […]

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