Cardinal Raymond Burke Makes "Urgent" Plea For Clarity One Year After Dubia

(AM News Net)  –  One year has passed since four Cardinals have publically questioned Pope Francis' apostolic exhortation, Aemoris Laetitia, and still with no answer, one of them has just made an urgent request for clarity. . .

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IRVING, Texas (AM News Net) — The 2017 Fatima Summit, hosted by Catholic Action, an organization aimed at upholding and defending Christian values, concluded on its second day with a keynote address by His Eminence Cardinal Raymond Burke. Burke, one of the four cardinals who signed the dubia addressed to Pope Francis asking for clarification on his apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia, used his time to warn of apostasy and heresy within the Church. The dubia went unanswered, leading Burke to suggest there may need to be a "formal act of correction of a serious error" in an interview. . .



IRVING, Texas (AM News Net) — Priest, author, and host of EWTN's Web of Faith Father John Trigilio addressed a crowd of people in town for the 2017 Fatima Summit this weekend, hosted by Catholic Action. The priest presented his thoughts on the state of the priesthood. "One of the greatest lessons we've had in the Church is obviously the apparitions at Fatima," Trigilio said. Trigilio says priests should be devoted to Mary, as one of the duties for the apostle John was to care for Mary. However, recent developments in the Church have begun to seperate priests from their mission, Trigilio says. . .



IRVING, Texas (AM News Net) — The 2017 Fatima Summit hosted by Catholic Action began its second day with an 8:00 AM mass  at the Irving Convention Center celebrated by Cardinal Burke again. The mass is the second to be celebrated by the cardinal for the summit, the first being on Friday at St. Monica Catholic Church. During the homily, Cardinal Burke discussed the mysteries of faith and the importance of the Rosary and praying to Mary. "The Rosary is nothing more than contemplating with Mary the face of Christ," Burke said. "It is the contemplation of the mystery of faith. . .


IRVING, Texas (AM News Net) — Catholic Action, an organization aimed at upholding and defending Christian values, begain its 2017 Fatima Summit this Friday. In honor of the coming centennial of the Marian apparitions that occurred in Fatima, Portugal, the group is hosting two days of events, featuring a mass and keynote address delivered by Cardinal Raymond Burke. Friday's events, which started with visitors being able to greet and take pictures with Cardinal Burke, led to a Fatima message. Although supposed to be given by Fatima expert and Franciscan Friar Father Andrew Apostoli, he could. . .
IRVING, TX (AM News Net) — The University of Dallas, a private Catholic institution, hosted a panel on challenges to religious liberty Wednesday night. The event, moderated by politics professor Dr. Burns, fostered discussion between Andrew Doran, vice president of In Defense of Christians, an advocacy group for minorities in the Middle East, Matthew Kacsmaryk, who is Deputy General Counsel at the First Liberty Institute and served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Northern District of Texas from 2008 through 2013 and is now being nominated by President Trump to a district court position, and Catholic writer and head of the Family Institute of Connecticut Peter Wolfgang. . .

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DALLAS  (AM News Net)  – The Catholic Pro-Life Committee (CPLC), an organization set up “to educate, unite, and mobilize Catholics and all people of goodwill in the Diocese of Dallas to end abortion and restore respect and legal protection for every human life,” held its annual March-For-Life in Dallas yesterday after opening with a concert and a mass before its march to the Earle Cabell Federal Courthouse, where Roe v. Wade was filed in 1971. . .


DALLAS (AM News Net)  –  Hundreds of protesters rallied Sunday and Monday at D/FW Airport to protest a new executive order signed by President Trump on Friday. The order temporarily restricts immigration of citizens and refugees from seven predominantly Muslim countries for 90 days. The order created controversy across the country, sparking protests in major airports. In Dallas, nine travelers were detained, prompting demonstrators to rally at Terminal D until they were released. Of the nine people detained in Dallas, there was one from Iraq, five from Iran. . .