The true gravity of Judas’ sin – and Francis’ interpretation of it

Francis once again shows his preferences, calling Jesus’ traitor a “poor, penitent man”.

He who perpetrated the most heinous crime of all history is now the object of the Supreme Pontiff’s compassion… Would the saying “Tell me who your friends are, and I will tell you who you are” fittingly apply to this case?Continue Reading

More bergoglian exegetical novelties: John the Baptist doubted that Jesus was the Messiah!

Was John the Baptist a man of misgivings or a living torch of conviction? Let’s take a look at how the Gospels sketch him.Continue Reading

Francis and the ‘Bread of Life’ discourse. Grave omissions and novel interpretations

Last August, Francis commented on the famous ‘Bread of Life’ discourse narrated in the sixth chapter of the Gospel of Saint John.Continue Reading

When the poor expelled Christ…

From the heart, love and compassion spring, and life flows. Within a home, the children are the primary concern of the family, but the mother is the heart. Without the mother, what are the children?Continue Reading

Jesus did not multiply the loaves, but only indicated that it was necessary to distribute our goods?

It’s probable that many of our readers received their catechism classes during the turbulent years of the 70’s, and may have heard, wide-eyed and scandalized, that the well-known miracle of the multiplication of the loaves – transmitted in the Gospel – was nothing more than a metaphor to symbolize the power of sharing with others. It was a time in which many things in the Church were re-interpreted by some…and much innocence was lost.Continue Reading