The Vatican Rag

St. Peter's

Basics of Catholicism

General Franco

Pope Pius XI

Same Old Pederast Vatican [New York Times, July 21, 2016]

Emil Kapaun, American Roman Catholic War Saint [June 2, 2014]

Marcial Maciel Degollado Denounced by Legionaries of Christ [Feb 6, 2014 by Reuters at New York Times]

Saint Franco's 87th Miracle [July 30, 2013]

Is the Pope Gay? [December 28, 2012]

Pray for Freedom in the Vatican [December 25, 2012]

Saint Hitler [November 28, 2012]
New Patron Saint of Suicide Kateri Tekakwitha [October 30, 2012]
Cuba, Democracy, and the Catholic Church [March 25, 2012]
Rick Santorum for Pope [February 19, 2012]
Rupture with Vatican Reveals a Changed Ireland [New York Times, September 18, 2011]
Saint Peter Died in Beijing [July 17, 2011]
Irish Church Continued Abuses [July 13, 2011 at New York Times]
Italian Court Approves Annulments For Thought Crimes [November 13, 2010]
Pope Blasts Islam, False Gods [October 12, 2010]
Supreme Order of Christ [November 19, 2009]
Catholic Inquisition Targets U.S. Nuns [July 3, 2009]
Will the Real Jesus Christ Please Rise Up? [March 16, 2009]
Saint Peter Denied Jesus; Pope Denies Holocaust [January 26, 2009]
Israel, Pope Pius XII, and the Holocaust [October 29, 2008]
Church Stops Sunday Shopping in Croatia [July 16, 2008]
Beatified Priests, Nuns, and the Luftwaffe [November 9, 2007] How the Fascists also killed priests and nuns in the Spanish Civil War.
Vatican Names Fascist Saints [October 30, 2007] Spain's Civil War era fascists beatified.
The Catholic Church and the Dirty War in Argentina [September 18, 2007] Priest accused of helping fascists to torture victims.
Mother Teresa, Hitler, and Stalin [August 26, 2007] Mother Theresa had her doubts.
Catholicism Uber Alles [July 10, 2007]. The Pope asserts the inferiority of other Christian sects.
Latin Mass: It's Back! [June 28, 2007]. Yes, now you can go back to worshipping God in his native tongue.
Italy, Catholicism and Fascism Today [June 3, 2007]. Age old problems repeat themselves.
Catholicism and Fascism [December 12, 2006]. A review of the religious affiliations of Hitler, Mussolini, and General Franco.

Early Christianity
Fascism and Religion
Pagan Ideas
Protestant Sects

Celibacy: Another Vatican Lie:

According to AP reporter Frances D'Emilio, Pope John Paul II delivered "a stern moral lecture" on Sept. 20, 1996 to Catholics assembled at St. Anne D'Auray, France. Vatican spokesman Joaquin Navarro-Valls stated that the doctrine of celibacy for priests, prohibiting them from marrying, would not be reconsidered by the Pope because "It's not a personal doctrine. It's a doctrine of the church that goes back to the first century."

Lies don't change history. Priests were first forbidden to marry by Gregory VII in the 11th century. Judging from the New Testament, at least some of the 12 Apostles were married and had children. Celibacy is not mentioned by Jesus; it is first mentioned by Paul, who was not even one of the 12 Apostles. Keep in mind that the Catholic Church is a heretical break-away from Orthodox Christianity, which allows its priests to marry.

Liberty Anathema to Pope

Most Americans are taught in school that our history of constitutional liberty began with the Magna Carta, which the English barons forced King John to sign in 1215. They seldom hear that the Pope, who considered himself overlord of England and King John, announced the Carta annulled and excommunicated all who upheld it. Archbishop Langdon and most English bishops opposed the Pope, joined with the barons, and defeated King John in battle at Runnymede.

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